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Radio telemetry methods for studying spotted owls in the Pacific Northwest

Radio telemetry methods for studying spotted owls in the Pacific Northwest

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, Or. (319 S.W. Pine St., Portland 97208) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Spotted owl -- Northwestern States,
  • Animal radio tracking -- Northwestern States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn H. Guetterman ... [et al.]
    SeriesGeneral technical report PNW -- 272, General technical report PNW -- 272
    ContributionsGuetterman, John H, Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination43 p. :
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14436751M

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    Abundance and habitat associations of Elf Owls and Western Screech-Owls in the Sonoran Desert. Southwest. Nat. (U.S. For. Serv., P.O. Box 7, Blairsden, CA , USA; EM: [email protected])Abundance of Micrathene whitneyi did not change from to and was greater than Otus kennicottii abundance each year. radio telemetry study in Minnesota found that male Golden-winged Warblers frequently left their spot-mapped territories. We compared differences in space and habitat use of individual male Golden-winged Warblers that were monitored using both spot-mapping and radio telemetry in File Size: 1MB.

    Robert has twenty-plus years of experience studying species such as black bears, fishers, martens, wolverines, bobcats, foxes, spotted owls, marbled murrelets, coyotes and deer. He holds degrees from Humboldt State University, the University of Maine, and the University of Vermont. From the abstract: "Current management for the northern spotted owl (Strix occidentalis caurina) is largely driven by metapopulation models or individually-based models that assume the success of juvenile dispersal in a fragmented landscape is a primary factor determining the future existence of spotted owls in the Pacific Northwest.


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Radio telemetry methods for studying spotted owls in the Pacific Northwest (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John H Guetterman; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.).

Radio Telemetry Methods for Studying Spotted Owls in the Pacific Northwest [John H.; Burns, Joseph A.; Reid, Janice A.; Horn, Robert B.; Foster, Christopher C. Radio telemetry methods for studying spotted owls in the Pacific Northwest (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: John H Guetterman; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.).

GTR () Radio telemetry methods for studying spotted owls in the Pacific Northwest by J.H. Guetterman, J.A. Burns, J.A. Reid, R.B. Horn, and C.C.

Foster GTR () Methods for measuring populations of arboreal rodents by A.B. Carey, B.L. Biswell, adn T.W. Witt [ Abstract ] Available in electronic format only.

Radio telemetry methods for studying spotted owls in the Pacific Northwest [microform] / John H. Guette The development of centralised radon services in. Container List Series 1: Scientific Reports, Add to Shelf Series I consists of published and unpublished scientific papers on spotted owls and aspects of spotted owl biology, including the Mexican spotted owl; annual reports from demographic studies in the Pacific Northwest; and reports prepared by industry biologists, consultants, and scientists.

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Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. For the 4-year sampling period, estimates from empirical and Jolly-Seber methods were in close agreement, yielding a crude density of owls/km2 (95% CI =. We studied breeding season home range characteristics and habitat of paired male Mexican Spotted Owls (Strix occidentalis lucida) below the south rim of Grand Canyon National Park from   Project Methods Research is focused on a theory of biodiversity, understanding the interactions of genes, species, habitats, and ecosystems; addresses landscape, regional, habitat-species interactions, because managers manage habitat, not populations.

Studies lead to demographic models that can predict population trends, by moving from single-species- and survey-and-manage-based. GTR () Radio telemetry methods for studying spotted owls in the Pacific Northwest, by J.H.

Guetterman, J.A. Burns, J.A. Reid, R.B. Horn, and C.C. Foster. GTR () Alaska research natural areas 3: Serpentine Slide, by G.P. Juday. Forest Features highlight a new Pacific Northwest species (or sometimes, an order or genus) each month as part of our regional youth engagement strategy.

If you’re an educator who would like more information about incorporating Pacific Northwest environmental and forest science in your classroom, email us at [email protected] Quantity cubic feet, (48 boxes and 2 map folders) Collection Number MSS Spotted Owl Summary The Spotted Owl Management, Policy, and Research Collection consists of documents assembled by E.

Charles Meslow pertaining to the northern spotted owl controversy in the Pacific Northwest during the s and early s.

PORTLAND, Ore. — April 6, —Are you looking to spend your summer outdoors, and get paid doing it. The USDA Forest Service and its youth employment partner, the Northwest Youth Corps, are currently accepting applications for a number of temporary, seasonal, internship, and Americorps youth employment grant-funded positions in the Pacific Northwest.

Boyce, M. S., and L. Irwin. Viable populations of spotted owls for management of old growth forests in the Pacific Northwest. Pages in Mitchell et al., eds.

Ecosystem management: rare species and significant habitats. New York State Mus. Bull. Robert Anthony Interview with Jeff Lynch of Smithsonian Magazine on Unit research on competition between barred owls and spotted owls (May - May ) Robert Anthony Interview with Tim Todd of High Country News on Unit Research on competition between barred owls and spotted owls (May - May ) Petra Wood Wood, P.B.

The Sky. identified as a critical connectivity zone for Pacific Northwest wildlife populations linking natural radio-telemetry data (Worton ), and has more recently been employed to characterize of raccoons and raptors (hawks, owls, and generic reports of “raptor”), two reports of.

Abstract. Ornithologists have played a key role in the development of the habitat concept. The conspicuous nature of birds has allowed ornithologists to assemble a vast amount of information relating the distribution and abundance of birds to aspects of the environment (Brown, ; Mayr, ; Konishi et al., ; Morrison et al., ).The application of the term “habitat” has been used Cited by: Samantha Lyon, Using Dentition as an Indicator of Senescence in Eurasian Lynx (Lynx lynx) and Wolverines (Gulo gulo) Abstract: Senescence is the age-related progressive deterioration of an organism over time upon reaching Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx) and wolverines (Gulo gulo) have been extensively studied in regard to their physical characteristics, behavior, life cycle, and.

KEYWORDS: breeding numbers, California Gull, constraints, Larus californicus, Pacific Decadal Oscillation, philopatry, prey Read Abstract + The California Gull (Larus californicus) breeding colony at Mono Lake, California, is the second largest in the world, but its size can fluctuate annually by >45%.

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4 No. 3. The Wildlife Professional (ISSN ) is a quarterly magazine published by The Wildlife Society ( Grosvenor Lane, Bethesda, MD ) as a benefit of membership.Using radio telemetry, we tracked 27 snakes (n/coastal=14, n/inland=13), from April to October of California spotted owls In this presentation we report on multiple cases of infestation, the variety of methods used to treat wild owls and their burrows, and the .