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- Lomas, E.; Larsen, K. W.; Bishop, C. A.
- Animal conservation 2015 v.18 no.6 pp. 548-556
- radio telemetry, etc ; Crotalus; anthropogenic activities; behavior change; body condition; body weight; ecdysis; females; habitat destruction; habitats; humans; landscapes; males; risk; snakes; viability; British Columbia; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Species may remain present on developed landscapes over extended periods, suggesting viability, while in reality, populations may be indirectly affected in subtle and significant ways. We investigated indirect effects of human disturbance and habitat development on a population of the threatened Northern Pacific Rattlesnake Crotalus oreganus oreganus in British Columbia, Canada. We used mark‐recap ...
- Streby, H. M.; Peterson, S. M.; Kramer, G. R.; Andersen, D. E.
- Animal conservation 2015 v.18 no.3 pp. 228-235
- radio telemetry, etc ; adults; breeding; breeding sites; females; fledglings; flocks; foraging; forest canopy; forest management; forests; habitat preferences; habitats; males; natural resources conservation; nesting; nests; shrublands; songbirds; understory; Manitoba; Minnesota; Show all 22 Subjects
- ... For migratory songbirds, breeding‐grounds conservation and management plans are generally focused on habitat associated with locations of singing males and sometimes nesting females. However, habitat structure is often different in areas used for raising fledglings compared with areas used for song territories, and very little is known about habitat use by fledglings after independence from adult ...