Post-weaning associations among bison mothers and daughters

@article{Green1989PostweaningAA,
  title={Post-weaning associations among bison mothers and daughters},
  author={Wendy C. H. Green and Joseph G. Griswold and Aron Rothstein},
  journal={Animal Behaviour},
  year={1989},
  volume={38},
  pages={847-858}
}
  • Wendy C. H. Green, Joseph G. Griswold, Aron Rothstein
  • Published in Animal Behaviour 1989
  • Biology
  • For gregarious ungulates, associations between mothers and their adult daughters may play an important role in the organization of social groups. We examined the spatial relations of bison, Bison bison, mothers and daughters during the first 3 years to determine whether dyads continue to associate after weaning and, if so, which member of the dyad is primarily responsible. Between weaning and the birth of the mother's next calf, most daughters spent 1 or 2 months in temporary separation from… CONTINUE READING

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