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Save wildlife by not mowing
Mowing not only destroys nests and young, but a significant number of nesting adult females as well. Areas that need to be mowed for visibility or safety reasons should be ...
www.illinoisraptorcenter.org


Mountain Gorilla, Article by Adrian Warren - page 1 of 6
Adult females weigh ... the sole dominant member and living with him are several females, infants, juveniles and young adults. Gorillas are diurnal, sleeping ... almost exclusively by a single silverback male, periodic movement of females between groups is essential to ensure genetic variety and to ...
www.lastrefuge.co.uk


Zebra Mussels at the Lake, pg 1
Zebra mussels are very prolific breeders, with adult females producing anywhere from 30,000 to 1.6 million eggs per year. The larval mussels ... square foot in just one year. The zebra mussel is a filter feeder, with each adult capable of clearing the algae from a quart of water each day. A thousand zebra ...
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IF&W Outlaws Commercial Harvest of Snapping Turtles
But the following month, after a review of the biological evidence and strong public ... 3,000 eggs for population sustainability. The findings concluded that snappers can’t withstand adult mortality from all causes (trapping, highway mortality, development) greater than 10 percent of the ...
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2007 IUCN Red List – Search
N1 = 0.41N1. Of all adult females in a population, 57% are in alpha position and thus reproduce (= 0.57N2, where N2 = adult female population). Of the suppressed adult females (= 0.33N2) we estimated a ...
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Ecobeetle's Endangered Species - Killer Whale - Conservation Information,Pictures,Facts,Links,Books
The head is rounded with a slight beak. Males can reach as long as 9.75 meters and females ... pods on occasion. Non-breeding females and males care and teach hunting methods to older calves of females with young calves. More ... . Birth occurs between October and March in the northeastern Pacific. Females first give birth at about 15 years of age, ...
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Global Forest Science - Updates From the Field
Yochan, one of the adult females in the group, wears. It seemed like a good opportunity to take a few moments ... selected 15 adult females to use as focal animals. Of this group, all are pregnant this year and seven have congenital limb malformations. If any disabled infants are born to adult females outside of ...
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Palmate Newt (Lissotriton helveticus)
It is not quite as big as the Smooth Newt, rarely exceeding 6cm. Adult females are difficult to distinguish from female Smooth Newts, the best way to tell them apart ...
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The Canadian Peregrine Foundation -- Sightings Across Canada
Kitchener, - (in particular, Rudy and Albert), the sub adult females leg band ID was finally clearly read, and she has ... of urban landscapes involved. It has been confirmed that the adult territorial male is non other than “Dundas”, a one legged ... Friday April 12, 2002 Marcel Gahbauer reports: At least one of the adult peregrines is present in Winnipeg currently, as shown by the ...
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The Canadian Peregrine Foundation -- USA & International home page
FLORIDA: April 13, 2002 Patrick Leary reports: One of the local (NE Florida) adult females remains on territory here. While most mid-continent adults have returned to their breeding sites ... and found fewer kills there. FLORIDA: November 22, 2001 Patrick Leary reports: There are two adult females wintering in extreme northeast Florida. Each occupies a territory in two coastal inlets about 12 ...
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