Ungulate behaviour and management

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Statementedited by E.C. Mungall.
ContributionsMungall, E. C.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 531p. ;
Number of Pages531
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21439333M
ISBN 100444889957

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White-tailed Deer - Behavior White-tailed deer have superior senses and can detect the slightest danger. A long nose gives them a long olfactory system, sixty times as many olfactory sensors than humans; in return they can smell the slightest of smells .   Management strategies for ungulates are varied in their scope and effectiveness, but have been generally focused towards solutions that are “cost effective, humane and socially acceptable.” (Reidy et al. ) New technology and increasing knowledge about the life history of ungulates and their specific relationships with the environment. Marco Festa-Bianchet has studied mountain ungulates (mountain goats, bighorn sheep, and Alpine ibex) for 25 years. He chairs the IUCN (World Conservation Union) Specialist Group on mountain ungulates and the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada. He has been a university professor for 16 years and supervised 30 graduate students (including 9 current.   Wyoming has plethora of ungulates – elk, mule deer, moose, bighorn sheep, pronghorn, white-tailed deer, and bison – and all exhibit migratory behavior. Our favorite ungulate, the white-tailed deer, is the least migratory of the bunch – they average miles with some covering up to 40 miles and only % of Wyoming white-tailed deer.

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Considers a number of issues affecting ungulates and their management in different parts of Europe and evaluates effective management solutions. Draws on expertise from across Europe with a truly multi-national list of international experts in the field.

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EUROPEAN UNGULATES AND THEIR MANAGEMENT IN THE 21ST CENTURY This book is the first to explore the diversity of management objectives and the differ- interests are in ungulate behaviour. This book considers a number of problems posed by ungulates and their management in Europe.

Through a synthesis of the underlying biology and a comparison of the management techniques adopted in different countries, the book explores which management approaches seem effective - and in which circumstances.5/5(1). Behaviour of ungulates as it affects management, Lazlo Szemethy and Krisztian Katona, University of Godollo, Hungary; Welfare issues in the management of wild ungulates, Frauke Ohl, University of Utrecht and Rory Putman; Simulated ungulate group size effects on final body weight (kg) (a), the total and daily number of patches visited (b), and daily travel distance (Jolt) (c).

The simulation period was days, with vegetation patches randomly distributed over a X Cited by: Ungulates are mammals which have hoofs, or hoof-like structures, on their toes. In this ebook, ungulates are categorised according to different taxonomic groups, and the differentiating biological characteristics are described for each.

You will learn about their anatomy, habitat, behaviour, physiology. Behaviour and management of European ungulates. [Rory Putman; Marco Apollonio;] -- Ungulates are an extraordinarily important group of animals worldwide, at many levels – in their remarkable biodiversity; in many cases, as keystone species with.

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A new book Behaviour and Management of European Ungulates, edited by Rory Putman and Marco Apollonio has recently been contains the following chapters, contributed by recognised experts in the field: 1.

Behaviour and management of European ungulates, Rory Putman and Marco Apollonio. Behaviour and Management of European Ungulates Rory Putman and Marco Apollonio. List of Contributors. Professor Marco Apollonio, Department of Science for Nature and Environmental Resources, University of Sassari, via Mur Sassari, Italy.

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reducing carrying capacity of ungulate habitats (RouseKindschy et al.Kie et al.Forman et al. Better information regarding the nature of the interactions between ungulates and wire fences is needed. In particular the characteristics of wire fences that are detrimental to ungulate passage must be identified if management.

Understanding Ungulate Movements and Distributions in Space and Time. Scientists develop models and other tools to predict where elk, deer, and cattle occur given current conditions or those resulting from planned management activities or from climate change. Highlighted Research New Models Aid Management of Elk Populations and Habitat.

Behaviour and management of European ungulates / Rory Putman and Marco Apollonio; 2. Valuing ungulates in Europe / Sándor Csányi, Juan Carranza, Boštjan Pokorny, Rory Putnam and Mark Ryan; 3. Reintroductions as a management tool for European ungulates / Marco Apollonio, Massimo Scandura and Nikica Šprem; 4.

This book has been written mostly within sight of wild African ungulates, at the research center in Tsavo East National Park, V oi, Kenya. While this had many positive aspects, there were also a few drawbacks.

The main one of these is the fact that Voi is not exactly at the hub of scientific. This excellent book does not, however, contain scientific contributions published after This is unfortunate, because during the foHowing40years,intense and highly qualified research on the ecology and behavior of ungulates was performed.

-management and conservation of mountain goats The book also draws on the rich literature on long-term monitoring of marked ungulates to explore similarities and differences between mountain goats and other species, particularly bighorn sheep and ibex. Ungulate, formerly, any hoofed mammal. Although the term is now used more broadly in formal classification as the grandorder Ungulata, in common usage it was widely applied to a diverse group of placental mammals that were characterized as hoofed herbivorous quadrupeds.

The feature that united.I studied the characteristics of fence mortality in pronghorn (Antilocapra americana), mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus), and elk (Cervus elaphus) along roads in Colorado and Utah from June to June I defined a direct-fence mortality as a carcass caught directly in a fence and an indirect-fence mortality as a carcass on the ground within 10 m of a by:   Our research focused on the two ungulate species most prevalent along the road, elk (Cervus elaphus) and pronghorn (Antilocapra americana).

Large numbers of elk (∼2,–4, [56]) and pronghorn (∼ [57]) spend the summer in Grand Teton National Park with the potential to move into and out of our study by: