Food Limitation and Habitat Preference of Glaucomys sabrinus and Tamiasciurus hudsonicus

@article{Ransome1997FoodLA,
  title={Food Limitation and Habitat Preference of Glaucomys sabrinus and Tamiasciurus hudsonicus},
  author={Douglas B. Ransome and T. P. Sullivan},
  journal={Journal of Mammalogy},
  year={1997},
  volume={78},
  pages={538-549}
}
Food limitation and habitat preference of northern flying squirrels ( Glaucomys sabrinus ) and red squirrels ( Tamiasciurus hudsonicus ) were examined in British Columbia, Canada. Using mark-recapture techniques to estimate population demographics, we tested the hypotheses that populations of G. sabrinus and T. hudsonicus were limited by availability of food and that old-growth stands provided higher-quality habitat than second-growth stands. Populations were monitored on six study areas; two… Expand
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