Ecology of coyotes and lynxes in central Alberta

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University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1975 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 254 pages
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Aging Techniques
Population Dynamics

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adult lynxes age classes Alopex lagopus animals annuli anomalies arctic foxes average bacula baculum baculum weight biomass black bears black-tailed deer bobcats Canidae canine canine teeth Canis latrans capture carrion cementum census central Alberta Cervus Cessnas Cl drop corpora coyotes Dall sheep deciduous dens density dentition Department of Wildlife determined DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY ear tags Edmonton epiphysis Erickson eruption estimated et al European lynx females femurs Ferrel Fish fixed-wing aircraft food habits formalin formic acid frequency Gier grizzly bears hare population HARES REMOVED helicopter home range Horned Owl However humeri hunting incisors Jackson Hole juvenile killed Knowlton known-age L. B. Keith layers Lepus Linhart litters Lynx canadensis lynx Lynx males Mammal marked Meslow Mgmt Microtines miles molars moose mortality movements mule deer Murie Nellis Newfoundland non-pups ossification percent permanent teeth Picea mariana Pinus banksiana population density Populus tremuloides premolar prey Procyon lotor pronghorn pups raccoons rates Rausch red deer red foxes red squirrel relative densities relocations Rochester ruffed grouse Sagehen sample Saunders scats Sex Ratios sexual dimorphism sharp-tailed grouse significantly skulls snare snowshoe hare species specimens spotted skunk square miles study area Table l technique teeth tooth Total trailing traps University of Wisconsin Vulpes Wetmore white-tailed deer Wildl Wildlife Ecology Wildlife Management winter wolverine yearling Yellowstone National Park Young and Jackson zygomatic arch Zyll

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