Northern and southern flying squirrel use of space within home ranges in central Ontario

@inproceedings{Holloway2007NorthernAS,
  title={Northern and southern flying squirrel use of space within home ranges in central Ontario},
  author={Gillian L. Holloway and Jay R. Malcolm},
  year={2007}
}
Partial harvesting can reduce the supply of dead and diseased trees in forests and as a result is predicted to negatively influence flying squirrel habitat. In this study, we measured the home range and habitat use of 13 radio-collared southern flying squirrels (Glaucomys volans) in selection logged and uncut hardwood forests, and 14 radio-collared northern flying squirrels (G. sabrinus) in unlogged coniferous forest in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario. Locations were collected on southern… CONTINUE READING
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