2 edition of Activity patterns of free-ranging roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) at Kalø found in the catalog.
Activity patterns of free-ranging roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) at Kalø
Johnny Lund Jeppesen
|Statement||by Johnny Lund Jeppesen.|
|Series||Danish review of game biology -- v. 13, no. 8, Communication ... from Vildtbiologisk Station -- no. 225, Meddelelse ... fra Vildtbiologisk station -- nr. 225.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
O Laboratório Associado Centro de Estudos do Ambiente e do Mar (CESAM) é uma das unidades de investigação da Universidade de Aveiro. O CESAM tem o estatuto de Laboratório Associado desde avaliado como Excelente. O CESAM possui cerca de membros doutorados e mais de alunos de doutoramento de cinco Departamentos da Universidade de Aveiro e da Universidade de Lisboa. The effects of poaching on wildlife have been widely studied in conservation biology and can be heterogeneous, particularly on ungulates. These effects can be estimated through different methodologies whose use depends on several conditions such as Flight-initiation distance (FID). Our objectives were: 1- to evaluate whether poaching affects the FID and group structure of a guanaco Cited by: 3.
Adaptive Herbivore Ecology From Resources to Populations in Variable Environments. Get access. Forage fermentation patterns and their implications for herbivore ingesta retention times. Functional Ecology, Vol. 20, Issue. 6, p. Activity pattern of arctic reindeer in a predator-free environment: no need to keep a daily rhythm Author: R. Norman Owen-Smith. The study results strongly suggest that deer actively avoid hogs, so hogs can essentially exclude deer from food sources with their presence. June 22 to April 18 – Range from the earliest date a doe was bred by a buck (June 22) to the latest date (April 18) in a study of more than hunter-harvested does examined by the Florida Fish.
The estimated densities of hunted wildlife (number of ind./ ha) is as follows: roe deer (), red deer (), fallow deer (), mouflon (), wild boar (). Questing ticks The periods were chosen according to tick questing activity data which were obtained for SW Slovakia in the frame of the EDEN 6FP project during – Cited by: The pampas deer (Ozotoceros bezoarticus) is a South American grazing deer which is in extreme danger of extinction. Very little is known about the biology of the pampas deer. Moreover, most information has not been published in peer-reviewed scientific journals, and is only available in local publications, theses, etc. Therefore, our aim was to update and summarize the available information Cited by:
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The activity patterns of European elk and roe deer consist of active and inactive bouts (Cederlund, ; Krop-Benesch, et al., ). In this study the active bouts are defined as the time of Author: Göran Cederlund. Activity patterns of free-ranging beef cattle in Norway (bedded, standing) behaviours in European roe deer.
Observed activity of three tame roe deer was correlated with the three variables. Adriana Pastor, Ellie Milnes, in Fowler's Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine Current Therapy, Volume 9, Europe.
Free-ranging roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) are the reservoir hosts for B. venatorum, a zoonotic pathogen that is the cause of fatal babesiosis in zoo reindeer in the Netherlands, Germany, and Switzerland. 3,12,13 Roe deer are also asymptomatic hosts of B.
capreoli, the causative. Revealing the behavioral relationships between predators and their prey is fundamental in understanding the community structure and ecosystem functions of such animals. This study aimed at detecting the population size and activity patterns of Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx) (along with its prey) by camera trapping monitoring from to at the Saihanwula nature reserve in central Inner : Xiaoming Tang, Shupei Tang, Xiaoyu Li, Dalai Menghe, Wuliji Bao, Changlin Xiang, Fuli Gao, Weidong B.
the activity patterns of free-ranging roe deer (Capreolus capreolus). Italian Journal of Zoology. 80(1). Stache A., Heller E., Hothorn T. and Heurich M. (): Activity patterns of European Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus) are strongly influenced by individual behavior.
Folia zoologica. 62(1). Introduction. The roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) is the most abundant and widespread cervid in patterns of space use have been extensively described, in its traditional forest habitat, as well as in the agro-ecosystems, the Mediterranean and mountainous regions it has recently by: 5.
The first International Conference on the Biology of Deer Production was held at Dunedin, New Zealand in That meeting provided, for the first time, a forum for those with interests in either wild deer management or farmed deer production to come together.
Scientists, wild deer managers, Author: Robert D. Brown. Benesch A., Berger A., und M. Heurich (): Activity patterns of free-ranging red deer and roe deer in the Bavarian Forest National Park. 7th International Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics of Wildlife.
Berlin. S User Account. Log in; Register; Help; Take a Tour; Sign up for a free trial; SubscribeCited by: Get this from a library. The Biology of Deer. [Robert D Brown] -- This book presents the proceedings of the second international symposium on The Biology of Deer, held in June at Mississippi State University.
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In her book Deer, however, Norma Chapman points out that true deer orphans are very rare. Rather ironically, a person acting in what they assume is the best interest of the calf may actually cause it to be abandoned; the dam may reject the calf if it carries the scent of a human.
The pampas deer (Ozotoceros bezoarticus) is a South American grazing deer which is in extreme danger of little is known about the biology of the pampas deer. Moreover, most information has not been published in peer-reviewed scientific journals, and is only available in local publications, theses, by: Pine marten (Maries martes L.) home ranges and activity patterns on the Island of Minorca, Spain.
Vol Page Lack of genetic transferrin Variation in European roe deer (Capreolus capreolus Linne) Vol Page Facial marking behaviour by free-ranging Common genets Geneta genetta and Egyptian mongooses Herpestes ichneumon.
The first International Conference on the Biology of Deer Production was held at Dunedin, New Zealand in That meeting provided, for the first time, a forum for those with interests in either wild deer management or farmed deer production to come together. Scientists, wild deer managers. AbstractMule deer Odocoileus hemionus (Rafinesque ) populations in southern New Mexico have declined significantly since the s, similar to trends across the arid Southwestern USA.
Because production of fawns is critical to population growth, we evaluated factors influencing fecundity in two mule deer populations in southern New by: 1. Ranging behaviour and activity of five (2 females, 3 males) red foxes Vulpes vulpes (Linnaeus, ) in the Mediterranean coastal area of Maremma Natural Park (central Italy; an.
Other studies have reported similar patterns, showing a matching between animal daily activity patterns and collisions with trains. For instance, Ando () found that 69% of the collisions of Sika deer Cervus nippon with trains in the eastern Hokkaido line, Japan, were recorded in the evening, which is the period when animals move between Cited by: 8.
SOURCES: NIAID, ; OIE, ; PREDICT Consortium, Several VBDs are of importance to international trade and are listed as notifiable diseases. One-quarter of the terrestrial vertebrate pathogens of concern to the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) are vector borne ().The goal of the OIE’s list is to promote global transparency and awareness of the condition of animal health.
Abstract. The European roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) are the smallest free-ranging cervid in the northern temperate ly, they have expanded their distribution north of the Arctic circle. Due to their low body mass (25 to 35 kg) they depend, presumably, on high quality forage to cover their energy by: The aim of this study was to assess the density and diet composition of freeranging dogs in Poland.
The study was conducted in a field and forest mosaic in the central part of the country in the years – The density of the free-ranging dogs was assessed during night counts along repeated transect routes. The number of dogs seen and the feasible observation area were recorded to Cited by: Stick or twist: roe deer adjust their flight behaviour to the perceived trade-off between risk and reward.
Animal Behaviour Doi: /v Ecke F, Singh NJ, Arnemo JM, Bignert A, Helander B, et al. Sub-lethal lead exposure alters movement behavior in free-ranging golden eagles.
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