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Behavioral ecology of coyotes in South Texas

William F. Andelt

Behavioral ecology of coyotes in South Texas

by William F. Andelt

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Published by Wildlife Society in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coyotes -- Behavior.,
  • Coyotes -- Ecology.,
  • Coyotes -- Texas -- San Patricio County.,
  • San Patricio County (Tex.) -- Description and travel.,
  • Rob and Bessie Welder Wildlife Refuge (Tex.)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesJournal of wildlife management.
    Statementby William F. Andelt.
    SeriesWildlife monographs -- no. 94., Contribution (Rob and Bessie Welder Wildlife Foundation) -- no. 198.
    ContributionsWildlife Society.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination45 p. :
    Number of Pages45
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14495094M

      We studied the activity of 11 and movement of 6 radio-tagged eastern coyotes (Canis latrans var.) inhabiting suburban Cape Cod, MA between June and August Coyotes were nocturnal year round except for breeding females, which were active day and night during April–June. Twenty four-hour movements of coyotes ranged up to linear km and averaged ± (SD) Cited by: Of relevance to this book, animals are always the source of infection in humans. Another example is the translocation of coyotes from South Texas to a fenced fox pen in Florida in highly endangered ones. Normally, such spill-over events are restricted to one or few cases but depending on the behavioral ecology of the affected Cited by: 2.

    Northern Bobwhites (Colinus virginianus) are probably the most well-known species of quail in Texas. Their distinct call, which announces their name and attraction by hunters and photographers alike, make the Northern Bobwhite a sought after upland gamebird species. However, in Texas, bobwhites can be found statewide, with minor populations occurring in the Trans-Pecos eco-region. Adaptations are any behavioral or physical characteristics of an animal that help it to survive in its environment. These characteristics fall into three main categories: body parts, body coverings, and behaviors. Any or all of these types of adaptations play a critical role in the survival of an animal. Created with CAST's UDL Book Builder.

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Behavioral ecology of coyotes in South Texas by William F. Andelt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Behavioral ecology of coyotes in South Texas. [William F Andelt; Wildlife Society.]. Behavioral patterns are subject to natural selection and behavior like any other attributes of an animal, which contributes to individual survival. The chapter summarizes a long-term study of coyotes that was conducted in the Grand Teton National Park, in Behavioral ecology of coyotes in South Texas book northwest comer of by: The Wild Canids: Their Systematics, Behavioral Ecology and Evolution (first published ; reprinted in ) Edited by Michael W.

Fox. Edited by Dr. Michael W. Fox, former Project Coyote Advisory Board member and one of the premier researchers in the field, The Wild Canids includes 30 scholarly studies in the field of wild canid ethology. First published inour knowledge of the. D.A. Carlson, E.M. Gese / Animal Reproduction Science () – Treatment protocols and reference controls Protocol 1 In10 coyote pairs were randomly assigned to either the treatment group (n=5) or control group (n=5).Three days after the.

floridanus, which had been found in analyses by Lawrence and Bossert () recognized the red wolf only as a subspecies of gray wolf, but Nowak (, ) supported the designation of the red wolf as a distinct species.

However, the designation of the red wolf as a distinct species remains controversial. In order to assess whether the red wolf is a valid taxonomic. The coyote (Canis latrans) is a species of canine native to North is smaller than its close relative, the gray wolf, and slightly smaller than the closely related eastern wolf and red fills much of the same ecological niche as the golden jackal does in Eurasia, though it is larger and more predatory and is sometimes called the American jackal by : Mammalia.

Social Ecology and Behavior of Coyotes. Marc Bekoff and Michael C. Wells. University of Colorado. INTRODUCTlON. Coyotes, Canis latrans, are medium-sized members of the order Carnivora (weight: about kg; length: approximately m) that range from- as far south as Costa Rica and Panama (Vaughan, ),Cited by: Wild coyotes in south Texas visited 43% of small cones but did not visit large cones.

Following removal of cones, visits to small cone stations decreased to 29%, whereas coyotes visited 43% of. Survival patterns of coyotes (Canis latrans) in southern Texas were studied from to Three estimates of annual survival rates of adult (≥year-old) coyotes ranged from to Behavioral Ecology The historical range of the Mexican gray wolf documented by early taxonomists included southern Arizona, southern New Mexico, southwestern Texas, and northern Mexico (Figure ) (Nelson and Goldman, ; Young and Goldman, ).

Young, Julie. Behavioral ecology of coyotes in South Texas. Ph.D. Utah State University. WT # SESSION MODERATOR AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS Human Dimensions, Conservation Education, and Conservation Policy, The Wildlife Society, Tucson, AZ Cottam Awards Session, Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Beaumont, TXFile Size: KB.

Cherry et al. Effects of predation risk and group dynamics on foraging behavior of white-tailed deer in a longleaf pine savanna. Behavioral Ecology. Cherry et al. Coyotes denning in a gopher tortoise burrow. Herpetological Review.

Nelson et al. We collected fine-scale (15 min) movement data of coyotes in southeastern Texas and south-central Idaho. Both populations were active for similar lengths of each day, but coyotes in Idaho had territories 10× larger, moved 2× faster, traveled 2× farther daily, and made extra-territorial excursions 3× less.

As I relate in Coyote America, the book’s origins in my mind probably go back to my childhood in Louisiana in the s, when coyotes were colonizing the South and d to be fascinated by wild canids by the first of several Walt Disney films about coyotes, I began encountering coyotes and coyote-red wolf hybrids in my home woods and river valleys.

Ecological Aspects of Social Evolution: Birds and Mammals. Course Book ed. Princeton University Press, Andelt, W. F Behavioral ecology of coyotes on Welder Wildlife Refuge, South Texas.

Ph.D. diss. Colorado State University, Fort Collins. Andere, D. Wildebeest Connoehaetes taurinus (Burchell) and its food supply m Am-Cited by: Adults travel an average of up to 20 km every day. In a pine-oak forest in Durango, Mexico, males (the more mobile sex) traveled an average of km during a hour period, more than the km recorded in Texas, similar to distances traveled in forested area in Nebraska, and less than the km in Nova Scotia (see Servin et al.

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Biggins has been interested in grassland ecology since Within that broad topic his research has involved varied themes, including aspects of behavioral ecology, predator-prey relationships, and ecology of wildlife diseases.

Most investigations have been motivated by their application to conservation and recovery of federally listed. Expansion of the coyote’s (Canis latrans) distribution in North America has included most urban areas. Concerns for human safety have resulted in the need to understand the spatial relationship between humans and coyotes in urban landscapes.

We examined the space use of coyotes with varying degrees of urban development in the Chicago metropolitan area, IL, USA, between March and Cited by: Dr. Lisa Angeloni Associate Professor, Department of Biology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO()[email protected] My research has historically focused on the evolution of reproductive behavior, but has more recently delved into the behavior and conservation interface by investigating the behavior of species of conservation concern and the effects of.

Behavioral and Population Ecology of Swift Foxes in Northeastern Montana Andrew Russell Butler Swift foxes in northeastern Montana and southern Canada are at the northern edge of between swift foxes and coyotes in northwestern Texas.

Canadian Journal of Zoology 81(1): Author: Andrew Russell Butler.Young, Julie. Behavioral ecology of coyotes in South Texas. Ph.D. Utah State University. WT # SESSION MODERATOR AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS Human Dimensions, Conservation Education, and Conservation Policy, The Wildlife Society, Tucson, AZ Cottam Awards Session, Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Beaumont, TX.Harris's hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus), formerly known as the bay-winged hawk or dusky hawk, and known in Latin America as peuco, is a medium-large bird of prey that breeds from the southwestern United States south to Chile, central Argentina, and are sometimes reported at large in Western Europe, especially Britain, but it is a popular species in falconry and these records almost Class: Aves.