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Foraging, ecology, and nutrition of Stone"s sheep

Dale Roy Seip

Foraging, ecology, and nutrition of Stone"s sheep

by Dale Roy Seip

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Published by Fish and Wildlife Branch, Ministry of Environment in Victoria, B.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dall sheep -- Food.,
  • Dall sheep -- Ecology.,
  • Nutrition.,
  • Mammals -- Food.,
  • Mammals -- Ecology.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDale Roy Seip.
    SeriesFish and wildlife report,, no. R-9
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL737.U53 S45 1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination127 p. :
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2110699M
    ISBN 100771993579
    LC Control Number88163838

      Palmer C, Price O, Bach C. Foraging ecology of the black flying fox (Pteropus alecto) in the seasonal tropics of the Northern Territory Australia. Wildl. Res. ; – doi/WR; Plowright, R. K. The ecology and epidemiology of Hendra virus in flying foxes (Pteropus spp.). PhD thesis, University of California, Davis. The latest offering, `Foraging: Behavior and Ecology', edited by David Stephens, Joel Brown and Ron Ydenberg, is a page, 14chapter, new look at foraging from a truly broad perspective. Importantly, this book is certainly no simple update, although it does repeatedly compare itself to Stephens and Krebs.

    Barry, TN, Manley, TR & Duncan, SJ () The role of condensed tannins in the nutritional value of Lotus pedunculatus for sheep. 4. Sites of carbohydrate and protein digestion as influenced by dietary reactive tannin concentration. British Journal of Nutrit – moose, caribou, and Dall sheep. I was principal investigator of a study on density dependent effects on nutrition, foraging ecology, and reproduction in moose. October – September Research Wildlife Biologist II. Division of Wildlife Conservation, Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Moose Research Center, Soldotna, Alaska.

    Abstract Context Human activity in wildlands can influence wildlife populations by decreasing or degrading habitat, decreasing survival, or through displacement. For bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis), some human activities are detrimental and may result in physiological stress, altered activity budgets, or habitat abandonment. From to , human recreation increased . Small-ruminant production is an important part of the agricultural economy of northeastern Brazil. However, mild-to-severe undernutrition of livestock is an annual occurrence. Goats can tolerate the marginal forage conditions better than sheep, but the mechanisms underlying their superior tolerance are not understood. An analysis of animal liveweights at the end of the year-long .


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Foraging ecology of goats and sheep on wooded rangelands. Foraging foraging, and reduce performance and productivity of small ruminants. We then present examples of grazing studies that illustrate how small ruminants select their diets on wooded rangelands. Methodology, nutrition and products quality in grazing sheep and goats, Guest Cited by: Foraging behaviour of Stone's sheep (Ovis dalli stonei) was compared between different times of and nutrition of Stones sheep book year and between burned and unburned ranges.

Seasonal habitat selection resulted in the sheep feeding on the ranges which provided the highest quality available forage. In winter, snow severely restricted the area that provided available by:   J.

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Google ScholarCited by: Stone’s sheep (Ovis dalli stonei Allen, ) in northern British Columbia segregate sexually during most of the year, and intrasexually between maternal and nonmaternal females during spring and early objective was to quantify intrasexual habitat use of female Stone’s sheep relative to maternal status using measures of behaviour and habitat by:   Introduction: historical perspective.

Foraging and feeding are fundamental to many areas of biology. Historically, two fields of research have developed theory around these behaviors that has influence biology more broadly: optimal foraging theory (OFT) [], and nutritional ecology [].While these fields have developed largely in parallel, more recently the study of insect nutritional ecology.

Seip () reported that Stone Mountain Dall sheep foraged an average of min/day in February and min/day in May and this is consistent with other Dall sheep studies (Hoefs,Hoefs and Cowan,Hansen, ).

To account for seasonal variation, we set foraging time at 8 h/day in the winter dormant season and 12 h/day in the. Seip DR () Foraging ecology and nutrition of Stone's sheep. PhD dissertation, University of British Columbia, Canada Shank CC () Sexual dimorphism in the ecological niche of wintering Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep.

Foraging ecology and nutrition of Stone’s sheep in the Toad River study area (Seip ). Ecology and health of Stone’s sheep in the Dunlevy / Schooler area, northeastern BC (Wood et al. Local Management Plans and Guidelines.

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Summary 1 Nutrition influences most aspects of animal ecology: juvenile growth rates and adult mass gain, foraging, and nutritional demands. Michael P. Gillingham, Vegetation and prescribed fire: Implications for Stone's sheep and elk, The Journal of Wildlife Management, /jwmg, 83, 2.

Full Text; PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) Suppl. data; Seasonal variation in the foraging activity of desert argali (Ovis ammon) in MongoliaBarry Rosenbaum,* a Richard P.

Reading, b Garam Tsogtjargal, c Sukh Amgalanbaatar, d Sebastien Comte e a Denver Zoological Foundation, Steele Street, Denver, COUSA. b Butterfly Pavilion, West th Avenue. Use of near infrared spectroscopy to discriminate between and predict the nutrient composition of different species and parts of bamboo: application for studying giant panda foraging ecology.

Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy – tive nutritional ecology of montane ungulates during winter. Wildl. Manage. AND R. SPOWART. Effects of pre-scribed fire on nutrition of mountain sheep and mule deer during winter and spring. Wildl. Manage. HOEFS, M., AND I.

McT. COWAN. Ecological investigation of a population of dall sheep (Ovis dalli. S. Kronberg, J.C. MalechekRelationships between nutrition and foraging behavior of free-ranging sheep and goats J.

Anim. Sci., 75 (), pp. Google Scholar. Full Text; PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) Citing articles; Critical snow density threshold for Dall’s sheep (Ovis dalli dalli)Kelly J. Sivy, a Anne W. Nolin, b Christopher L. Cosgrove, b Laura R. Prugh a a School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington, BoxSeattle, WAUSA.

b College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon. Foraging behavior of sheep and red deer within natural heather/grass mosaics. Journal of Applied Ecol – Hinch, GN, Lecrivain. Foraging ecology and nutrition Edited papers presented at the International Symposium on the Ecology and Management of Breeding Waterfowl, held in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Aug.

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The foraging ecology of red deer (Cervus elaphus) in a Mediterranean environment: The effects of season and diet composition on the radiocaesium intake by sheep grazing heather moorland. Journal of Applied Ecol Salt, Nutritional ecology of the ruminant, fourth edition.

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