Corpus ID: 1539225

Recent Records of Formerly Extirpated Carnivores in Nebraska

@inproceedings{Hoffman2005RecentRO,
  title={Recent Records of Formerly Extirpated Carnivores in Nebraska},
  author={J. Hoffman and Hugh H. Genowa Ys},
  year={2005}
}
By the early 1900's, several large carnivores had been extirpated from Nebraska as a result of unrestricted hunting and trapping by early European settlers. Recently, there have been several confirmed records of carnivores that were once extirpated from Nebraska. In our study, we present new data for five species that recently were documented in Nebraska: Lynx canadensis, Ursus americanus, Canis lupus, Puma concolor, and Lontra canadensis. Restoration programs and legal protection afforded to… Expand
13 Citations
Recent occurrence of an American black bear in Nebraska
  • 1
Lynx canadensis (Carnivora: Felidae)
  • PDF
Observations of Reproduction in Mountain Lions from Nebraska
  • 11
  • PDF
RIVER OTTER ( LONTRA CANADENSIS ) HOME RANGE, HABITAT USE, OVERNIGHT MOVEMENT, AND SURVIVAL IN THE PLATTE RIVER OF NEBRASKA
  • 5
  • Highly Influenced
  • PDF
...
1
2
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 77 REFERENCES
Shifting Distributional Patterns of Mammals in Nebraska
  • 45
  • Highly Influential
Recolonizing Carnivores and Naïve Prey: Conservation Lessons from Pleistocene Extinctions
  • 401
  • PDF
Wolves and the Ecology of Fear: Can Predation Risk Structure Ecosystems?
  • 582
  • PDF
The Wolves of Yellowstone
  • 28
  • PDF
Ecological Effectiveness: Conservation Goals for Interactive Species
  • 372
  • PDF
Extinctions in simple and complex communities
  • 18
Mammals of the Northern Great Plains
  • 130
...
1
2
3
4
5
...