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- Soyumert, Anıl
- Mammal study 2020 v.45 no.1 pp. 41-48
- Felis silvestris; Lynx lynx; camera trapping; cameras; carnivores; cats; fauna; forest ecosystems; habitats; hybridization; statistical analysis; surveys; temperate forests; wildlife; Turkey (country)
- ... Documenting reliable and concrete data makes camera-trapping an appropriate tool for many secretive large mammals. Camera-trapping has been widely used for detecting the large mammal fauna of Turkey. However, systematic surveys and comprehensive assessments are still not sufficient for assessing wildlife populations in the country. In the present study, populations of Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx) and ...
- Duquette, Jared F.; Flores, Eric E.; Ureña, Luis; Ortega, Josué; Cisneros, Iliana; Moreno, Ricardo; Loman, Zachary
- Mammal study 2020 v.45 no.1 pp. 13-25
- Odocoileus virginianus; animal trails; cameras; deer; ecotones; edge effects; females; feral animals; habitat preferences; habitats; humans; males; models; secondary forests; temperature; tourism; wildlife; Panama
- ... Although white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) have been studied extensively, ecological information lacks for O. virginianus rothschildi, a subspecies endemic to Coiba Island, Panama. A combination of camera traps (n = 29) deployed during March–July 2015 and Royle–Nichols occupancy model were used to estimate the sex-related detection, habitat use, and abundance of unmarked deer. No covariat ...