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ASM | Mammals of Texas
Mexican Woodrat Neotoma mexicana Peripheral Trans Pecos 1167 262 Found in mountainous regions. Burrow entrances marked by rubbish & fecal droppings, but rarely by large dens. Southern Plains Woodrat Neotoma micropus ...
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Great Annual Fish Count
GAFC EVENTS Seminars and Dives - As part of the GAFC, fish identification seminars and ...
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Mountain beaver (Aplodontia rufa) control and management
(Fig. 4) but are sometimes carried directly to food caches or nests. Plant material is occasionally eaten outside the burrow but is usually eaten at ... piled at burrow entrances or in burrows. Burrows can often be visually inspected through openings to determine if there is recent use. Set two or three traps in each active burrow system. All ...
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Belding's California and Rock Ground Squirrels management and control
Quickly cover the burrow entrances with soil ... spread are effective when set over the burrow entrances. This method is not useful where squirrels are living in the rocks or in rocky situations where burrow entrances are inaccessible. A special trap box ...
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July News 1999
When they found a burrow, one brave soul stuck their hand in the hole and felt around the ...
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Prairie Dogs @ nationalgeographic.com
The typical coterie territory contains about 70 burrow entrances. As many as 26 prairie dogs sometimes live in one coterie, but most coteries contain ... . To defend against so many enemies, prairie dogs commonly perch on the large mounds at burrow entrances and look for danger. A prairie dog that sees a predator commonly warns the others ...
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Arkansas Tarantula Survey: Arkansas natural heritage
Burrows of adult tarantulas can be 10-24 inches deep. During the winter months, tarantulas plug the entrances of ... burrow entrances. Once located, the male taps the silk collar at the burrow entrance with his forelimbs. This tapping draws the female out of her burrow ... wandering on the ground in search of burrows. Once a burrow is located, the tarantula hawk will enter and expel the ...
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Arkansas Tarantula Survey: Arkansas natural heritage
Burrows of adult tarantulas can be 10-24 inches deep. During the winter months, tarantulas plug the entrances of ... burrow entrances. Once located, the male taps the silk collar at the burrow entrance with his forelimbs. This tapping draws the female out of her burrow ... wandering on the ground in search of burrows. Once a burrow is located, the tarantula hawk will enter and expel the ...
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Prairie Dog Coalition - About Prairie Dogs
Colonies are easily identified by the raised-burrow entrances that provide protection from the elements and enable the diminutive prairie dogs some extra height ...
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The openings, or burrow entrances, are distinguishable by the mounds of dirt surrounding them and serve as protection against both ...
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