3 edition of White-tailed deer along the lower Yellowstone found in the catalog.
White-tailed deer along the lower Yellowstone
Gary L. Dusek
|Statement||by Gary L. Dusek.|
|Contributions||Mackie, Richard J. 1933-|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 92/01599 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||88622324|
Editor’s note: This is part two of a two-part series. Deer appear in paleolithic cave paintings at Altamira, on the north coast of Spain, going b years. The white tailed deer has been in North America for about 4 million years, making the white tail one of the real veterans of nearly all varying habitats in North America, ranging from Nova Scotia west to southern Alberta, sweeping. Dusek GL, Mackie RJ, Herriges JD, Compton BB. Population Ecology of White-Tailed Deer Along the Lower Yellowstone River. Wildlife Monographs. ; – Ellsworth DL, Honeycutt RL, Silvy NJ, Smith MH, Bickham JW, Klimstra WD. White-tailed deer restoration to the Southeastern United-States – evaluating genetic-variation.
Along the Red Desert to Hoback trail the mule deer will cross major highways like Wyoming High Wyoming Highway , and U.S. Route , a scenic two-lane road that cuts through the green. Federal wildlife officials announced Oct. 14 that they will downlist the Columbian white-tailed deer from endangered to threatened, marking a major milestone in the year recovery effort to.
The number of white-tailed deer infected with Chronic Wasting Disease continues to climb in Libby. Eighteen white-tailed deer have now tested positive since the count started this spring. Hunter-harvested deer are expected to shed more light on the spread of the disease when general rifle season starts later this month. Silent Visitors - Mule Deer - Amazing Nature in Wondrous Wyoming. viking-ventures 70 • an hour ago. Amazing Nature Community 4 min read words. This (above) is my entry into this week's Amazing Nature photography contest. As with many of my favorite photos, this one "just happened" today when we were checking on our chickens (at my in-laws.).
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The mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus), also called blacktail deer, is an exclusively western species commonly seen in open-brush country throughout the western dispersed throughout Yellowstone National Park during the summer, mule deer migrate seasonally and most of the population winters outside of the park.
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on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. Although the white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) is the most common deer species throughout North America, it has never been abundant in may be due to habitat and elevation constraints on the northern range or competition from other ungulates that are better suited to park habitat.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Population ecology of white-tailed deer along the lower Yellowstone River. [Bethesda, Md.]: Wildlife Society, © White-tailed Deer. From Yellowstone Wildlife: A Watchers Guide by Todd Wilkinson.
Next-Door Neighbor. When we think of North American big game, we often think of the whitetailed deer. Whitetails (Odocoileus virginianus) are the most abundant deer species in the lower 48 states, and are found in regions from suburban lawns to the rural woodlands. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
National Emergency White-tailed deer along the lower Yellowstone by Dusek, Gary L; Mackie, Richard J. (Richard John), Publication date Topics White-tailed deer, White-tailed deer, White-tailed deer. The white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus), also known as the whitetail or Virginia deer, is a medium-sized deer native to North America, Central America, Ecuador, and South America as far south as Peru and Bolivia.
It has also been introduced to New Zealand, Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola, the Bahamas, the Lesser Antilles, and some countries in Europe, such as the Czech Republic, Finland.
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Herriges, J.D. Movement, activity, and habitat use of white-tailed deer along the lower Yellowstone River. Thesis. Bozeman, MT: Montana State University.
Hicks, L. Habitat use of white-tailed deer in relation to winter range silvicultural treatments in the Thompson River. Drainage, northwestern Montana. The white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) occurs in aspen parklands and deciduous river bottomlands within the central and northern Great Plains, and in mixed deciduous riparian corridors, river valley bottomlands, and lower foothills of the northern Rocky Mountain regions from Wyoming to southeastern British Columbia.
It is an occasional. The deer were transported to a ha deer pen at the Captive Deer Research Facility at Auburn University in which two additional white-tailed deer were housed. Of these two deer, one was PI with a BVDV 1b strain (designated AU) as result of the cohabitation of its dam with two PI cattle [ 24 ].
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Biology and Management of White-tailed Deer by David G. Hewitt Hardcover $Reviews: 9. GREAT FALLS- Several people are reporting dead or dying white-tailed deer, along with a few antelope to Fish Wildlife and Parks over the last few weeks.
FWP says biologists are still waiting for test results to come back, but early indications suggest patterns and symptoms similar to epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD). Mule deer can be found throughout Yellowstone in the summer.
There are about 1,–1, mule deer in the park. In the winter, many migrate outside of the park to lower elevations leaving less than in the park. In the winter the remaining mule deer. WHITE-TAILED DEER. From Yellowstone Wildlife: A Watchers Guide by Todd Wilkinson.
NEXT-DOOR NEIGHBOR When we think of North American big game, we often think of the whitetailed deer. Whitetails (Odocoileus virginianus) are the most abundant deer species in the lower 48 states, and are found in regions from suburban lawns to the rural woodlands.
When alarmed, white-tailed deer raise their flaglike tail, displaying the white underside. White-tailed bucks weigh to pounds and adult does tip the scales at to pounds.
Columbian white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus leucurus) are found in limited areas along the lower Columbia River.
Once common in other areas, this. Aging deer using the wear and replacement method is not difficult, but it does require practice. When aging a deer, it is helpful to cut the skin along the edge of the jaw to allow better inspection of the teeth.
Do not cut the skin if planning to mount the deer. Taxidermists will cape out the deer head and save the lower jaw if asked. When White-tailed deer gather together and trample down snow in a particular area, this is called a "deer yard." White-tailed deer can jump vertically more than m and horizontally 9 m, which is almost the length of a school bus.
White-tailed deer swim well and can escape from predators through large streams and lakes. white-tailed deer ecology and distribution in those habitats. Inthe Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks initiated studies to evaluate population ecology and 1, habitat relationships of white-tailed deer along the intensively farmed lower Yellowstone River.
These included detailed investigations of population characteristics and. D is for deer: Two species of deer are found in the park: mule deer, also called blacktail deer, and white-tailed deer.
Widely dispersed throughout the park, the two species are differentiated by their antler shape, tail size, and appearance. E is for Eagle Peak: It’s the tallest point in Yellowstone.
Abstract: Population characteristies and habitat relationships of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus dacotensis) were studied along the lower Yellowstone River in eastern Montasla during s Autumn populations on the km2 study area inereased from 3, in to 5, in and deelined through.
For female white-tailed deer, body mass maturity occurs at about 3 years and maximum old age at about 20 years (Ditchkoff ). Verme and Ullrey () reported years of age as the prime years for female white-tailed deer physical condition and fecundity after which both attributes begin a gradual decline to death.Abstract.
Dispersal behavior in white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) predominantly occurs in 1-year-old males; however, females of the same age also timing of female dispersal during fawning season and low dispersal rates suggest that competition for mates and reduced inbreeding are not ultimate causes of female dispersal, as suggested for males.