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Ecology of bobcats relative to exploitation and a prey decline in Southeastern Idaho

Steven T. Knick

Ecology of bobcats relative to exploitation and a prey decline in Southeastern Idaho

by Steven T. Knick

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Published by Wildlife Society in [Bethesda, MD.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Steven T. Knick.
SeriesWildlife monographs -- no.108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13902071M

Ecology of bobcats relative to exploitation and a prey decline in southeastern Idaho. Wildl. Monogr. 1— Kunc, L. (). Breeding and rearing in the Northern Lynx Felis l. lynx at Ostrava Zoo. nt. Zoo Yrb. 83— Laurenson, M. K. (). Early maternal behavior of wild Chee- tahs: implications for captive husbandry. Knick S. T. Ecology of bobcats relative to exploitation and a prey decline in southeastern Idaho. Wildlife Monographs 1– Laack L. L. Ecology of the ocelot (Felis pardalis) in south Texas. MSc thesis, Texas A&I University, Kingsville, Texas: 1– Logan K. A. and Sweanor L. L.

More older bobcats in non-hunted populations: S.T. Knick Ecology of bobcats relative to exploitation and a prey decline in southeastern Idaho. Long lives in harvested populations: L.B. Fox and J.S. Fox in Population characteristics and food habits of bobcats in West Virginia. Proceedings of the annual conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Listed below are several references that are useful for identifying Mammals and their ecology. Brown, C.G. Movement and migration patterns of mule deer in southeastern Idaho. J. Wildl. Manage. Ecology of bobcats relative to exploitation and a prey decline in southeastern Idaho. Wildl. Monog.

Steven T. Knick, in Ecology of Bobcats Relative to Exploitation and a Prey Decline in Southeastern Idaho (Wildlife Society, ), found a trend toward localized extinction among bobcats subject to exploitation: “Recruitment to the harvested. Feral cats are normally territorial in Australia’s tropical savannahs, and hunt intensively with home-ranges only two to three kilometres across. Knick S. T. Ecology of Bobcats relative to exploitation and a prey decline in Southeastern Idaho. Wildl. Monogr. , 3–42 (). Packer C. D. S. & Pusey A. by:


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Ecology of bobcats relative to exploitation and a prey decline in Southeastern Idaho by Steven T. Knick Download PDF EPUB FB2

Abstract: Bobeat (Felis rufus) population responses to exploitation and a decline in prey populations were studied in southeastern Idaho from January through December Reproduction and death rates were compared between a harvested population in the Box Canyon region of the Big Lost River and an unharvested population on the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory (INEL).

Buy Ecology of Bobcats Relative to Exploitation and a Prey Decline in Southeastern Idaho (Wildlife Monographs) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. Get this from a library. Ecology of bobcats relative to exploitation and a prey decline in southeastern Idaho. [Steven T Knick; Wildlife Society.; Radioecology and Ecology Program (Idaho National Engineering Laboratory)].

Southeastern Idaho studies found bobcats preyed primarily on jackrabbits, but switched to small mammals when rabbit numbers declined. They have been known to prey on larger mammals such as small pronghorns or deer, but only occasionally. Ecology: Mainly nocturnal/crepuscular, but sometimes diurnalin winter.

ECOLOGY OF BOBCATS RELATIVE TO EXPLOITATION AND A PREY DECLINE IN SOUTHEASTERN IDAHO by STEVEN T. KNICK NO. APRIL | THIS PUBLICATION IS PRINTED ON ACID-FREE PAPER. l WILDLIFE MONOGRAPHS Roy L. Kirkpatrick, Editor Department of Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences. Ecology of bobcats relative to exploitation and a prey decline in southeastern Idaho.

Wildlife Monographs Nowell, K. and P. Jackson, editors. Wild cats: status survey and conservation action plan. IUCN/SSC Cat Specialist Group. IUCN. Gland, Switzerland.

Roberts, N. M., and S. Crimmins. Bobcat population File Size: KB. Ecology of bobcats relative to exploitation and a prey decline in southeastern Idaho. Wildlife Monographs3– Larivière, S., and Walton, L. ().Cited by: 9. Ecology of bobcats relative to exploitation and a prey decline in southeastern Idaho.

Steven T. Knick. April 42 pages. Price $ No. Factors influencing white-tailed deer activity patterns and habitat use. Paul Beier and Dale R. McCullough. April 51 pages. Price $ No. Knick ST () Ecology of bobcats relative to exploitation and a prey decline in Southeastern Idaho.

Wildl Monogr 3– View Article Google Scholar Schmidt K () Behavioural and spatial adaptation of the Eurasian lynx to a decline in prey availability. Acta Theriol (Warsz) 1–Cited by: Abstract Context Bobcats (Lynx rufus) were extirpated from Ohio, USA, during the mids.

Genetic evidence indicates that they recolonised from neighbouring states. Initial re-establishment occurred almost simultaneously in two spatially distinct areas of a coal-mined landscape in the s.

Relative population growth was apparently higher in the eastern than in the southern area. Aims Cited by: 2. Given the stability of bobcat populations elsewhere in the United States, the decreasing population in Florida does not pose any immediate threat to the large-scale persistence of bobcat populations in the United by:   Behavioural and spatial adaptation of the Eurasian lynx to a decline in prey availability.

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Koehler, G. and M. Hornocker. Influences of Seasons on Bobcats in Idaho. The Journal of WildlifeFile Size: KB. Reproduction in the bobcat, Lynx rufus. Anatomical Record Knick, S.T. Ecology of bobcats relative to exploitation and a prey decline in southeastern Idaho.

Wildlife Monographs Litvaitis, J.A., and D.J. Harrison. Bobcat-coyote niche relationships during a period of coyote population increase. This PVA predicted the abundance of bobcats would decline during the first 10 years and then average at about 12–13 bobcats, with fluctuations ranging from as many as 27 bobcats (1 bobcat/ km 2) to multiple bottlenecks of fewer than five bobcats.

Such small population size could facilitate inbreeding depression and genetic drift that would further reduce the viability of this by: 8. Space Use, Movements and Habitat Selection of Adult Bobcats Ecology of bobcats relative to exploitation and prey decline in southeastern Idaho.

ranges and acquire more dispersed prey. Ecology of bobcats relative to exploitation and a prey decline in southeastern Idaho. M7ildlife Monograph A critical review and annotated bibliography of literature on bobcat.

Extraterritorial hunting expeditions to intense fire scars by feral cats. Ecology of Bobcats relative to exploitation and a prey decline in Southeastern Idaho.

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determinant of bobcat core area location. In bobcat home ranges with abundant prey, core areas occurred where coy-ote use was low, but shifted to areas intensively used by coyotes when prey declined.

High spatial variability in basal prey abundance allowed some bobcats to avoid coy-otes while at the same time others were forced into more risky areas. Ecology of bobcats relative to exploitation and a prey decline in southeastern Idaho.

Wildlife Monographs,1 Cited by: Regulation of space use in a solitary felid: population density or prey availability? we believe our data are sufficient to assess changes in relative abundance of major bobcat prey items.

S.T. KnickEcology of bobcats relative to exploitation and a prey decline in southeastern Idaho. Wildlife Monographs, (), pp. Google Cited by: Diet diversification positively correlates to a decline in numbers of the bobcat's principal prey; the abundance of its main prey species is the main determinant of overall diet.

The bobcat hunts animals of different sizes, and adjusts its hunting techniques : Mammalia.