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- Kowalczyk, Rafałł, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Wildlife biology 2006 v.12 no.4 pp. 385-391
- Carpinus betulus; Meles meles; Quercus robur; Tilia cordata; adults; badgers; correlation; deciduous forests; earthworms; food availability; foraging; habitats; home range; radio telemetry; seasonal variation; summer; territoriality; woodlands; England; Poland; Spain; Switzerland
- ... We used radio-telemetry to study movement and territory use by 13 Eurasian badgers Meles meles in a well-preserved continuous woodland of Białłowieża Primeval Forest (BPF), Poland. Daily movement distance (DMD) of badgers averaged 7 km, and daily range (DR) covered 2.1 km², i.e. 19%% of their total home-range size. DMD and DR varied seasonally, being largest in summer when the availability of food ...