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- Fellers, Gary M; Halstead, Brian J
- Northwestern naturalist 2015 v.96 no.1 pp. 22-36
- Chiroptera; autumn; females; monitoring; predation; seasonal variation; spring; California
- ... A Corynorhinus townsendii maternity roost located in an abandoned ranch house in central California was monitored for 25 y. Prior to the discovery of the bats in 1987, the house was broken into regularly and disturbance levels were quite high. Upon discovery of the roost, the house was fortified and vandalism was greatly reduced. The number of females and the number of volant young greatly increas ...
- Smith, Sonja M; Krausman, Paul R; Painter, Greg
- Northwestern naturalist 2015 v.96 no.1 pp. 50-70
- Odocoileus hemionus; adults; data collection; deer; energy conservation; environmental factors; females; forage; foraging; habitat conservation; habitat preferences; habitats; landscapes; meteorological data; overwintering; probability; streams; Idaho; Montana; Rocky Mountain region
- ... Winter survival of Rocky Mountain Mule Deer (Odocoileus hemionus hemionus) depends on an energy conservation strategy. However, not all Mule Deer habitats are equivalent; slope, cover, weather conditions, and other factors contribute to differences in habitat use patterns and behavior among wintering populations. We studied Mule Deer on the East Front of the Rocky Mountains, Montana, and Warm Spri ...