A COMPARISON OF BOBCAT AND COYOTE PREDATION ON LAMBS IN NORTH-COASTAL CALIFORNIA

@inproceedings{Neale1998ACO,
  title={A COMPARISON OF BOBCAT AND COYOTE PREDATION ON LAMBS IN NORTH-COASTAL CALIFORNIA},
  author={Jennifer C. C. Neale and Benjamin N. Sacks and Michael M. Jaeger and Dale R. McCullough},
  year={1998}
}
je in\.estigated predation on lambs by bobcats (Lynr mfusi relative to coyotes car ti.^ lntrcit~s) horn J~ine 1994 through November 1995 at Hopland Kesearcli and Extension Center (HREC) in north-coastal C;alifornia, where both predators occur at equally high densities. Larnh losses during this study were t)pical for HKEC and surrounding ranches and inciuded 64 (5.3% of lambs pastured) confirmed predator kills and 134 (11.18)missing individuals. Fift>-seven of the preciator-killed lambs were… CONTINUE READING

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