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Deer social organization and wolf predation in Northeastern Minnesota

Michael E. Nelson

Deer social organization and wolf predation in Northeastern Minnesota

by Michael E. Nelson

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


Edition Notes

Supplement to the "Journal of wildlife management" Vol.45, No.3, July 1981.

Statementby Michael E. Nelson and L. David Mech.
SeriesWildlife monographs -- 77
ContributionsMech, L. David.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13795488M

Nelson ME, Mech LD () Deer social organization and wolf predation in northeastern Minnesota. Wildlife Monogr 77 Nixon CM, Hansen LP, Brewer PA, Chelsvig JE () Life history and ecology of deer in an intensively farmed region of by: 5. Deer social organization and wolf predation in northeastern Minnesota. Wildlife Monographs pp. O’BRIEN, D. J., S.M. SCHMITT, J.S. FIERKE, S.A. HOGLE, S.R. WINTERSTEIN, T.M. COOLEY, W.E. MORITZ, K.L. DIEGEL, S.D. FITZGERALD, D.E. BERRY, and J.B. KANEENE.

Deer social organization and wolf predation in northeastern Minnesota / by Michael E. Nelson and L. Davi Factors influencing white-tailed deer activity patterns and habitat use / .   Nelson and Mech () reported predation pressure on adult deer in other parts of northern Minnesota was low during the summer months. In our study predation on adult deer was low (deer became prevalent in the weekly diet (28% biomass).

The study was conducted in the central Superior National Forest of northeastern Minnesota, described in Deer social organization and wolf predation in northeastern Minnesota. Wildlife Monographs, Mortality of white-tailed deer in northeastern Minnesota. The Journal of Wildlife pole Books, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, pp. The role of wolf predation in limiting a moose population. Journal of Wildlife Management Bilbrough, C. J., and J. H. Richards. and L. D. Mech. Deer social organization and wolf predation in northeastern Minnesota. Wildlife Monographs No. Stackpole Books, Harrisburg. United States Fish and Wildlife Service.


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Create. deer distribution than are social bonds and the intensity of predation (Nelson ). The objective of the present study was to examine population dynamics, migration, home range, and social orga-nization in deer subject to wolf predation and to determine whether the data fit the above hypothesis.

The study was con-ducted primarily from September Cited by: The white-tailed deer Odocoileus virginianus has been subject to intensive research and management, yet we are just beginning to understand its social organization.

Little is known about home range formation, migration, social bonds, and traditions in this deer, what functions they serve, and what selective forces have affected them.

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Nelson, L. David Mech online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition. White-tailed deer have been intensively studied near Ely, in northeastern Minnesota, since about in conjunction with on-going research on wolves.

The deer portion of the research has focused on deer population size, survival, mortality factors, movements, genetics, and social organization.

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Relation of maternal age to fawn rearing success in white- tailed deer. Deer Social Organization and Wolf Predation in Northeastern Minnesota Created Date: Z. The basic task of finding and gathering food under these constraints fundamentally affects a species’ spacing patterns and the structure of its social systems.

Keywords Prey Species Prey Density Large Prey Ecological Constraint Mule DeerCited by: Abundance, social organization, and population trend of the arctic wolf (Canis lupus arctos Pocock, ) in north and east Greenland, –, were determined from sightings of wolves by the Danish military, by expeditions, and from 8 consecutive years (–) of ble evidence suggested that this wolf population consisted of up to 55 wolves in favorable by: 3.

White-tailed deer: ecology and management. Stackpole Books, Deer social organization and wolf predation in northeastern Minnesota.

Wildl. Monogr. Google Scholar. Woolf A. Spatial organization of bobcats (Lynx rufus) in southern Illinois. Midl. Nat. Cited by: 3. Adult white-tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) chased by Wolves (Canis lupus) in the dense forests of northeastern Minnesota escape most of the time when chased during winter (Nelson and Mech ), and adult does are rarely killed during summer when dispersed on individual summer home ranges (Nelson and Mech ).

We tested whether Wolf (Canis lupus) visits to individual female White-tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) summer ranges during and in northeastern Minnesota. Wolf predation and snow cover as mortality factors in the ungulate community of the Bialowieża National Park, Poland Article (PDF Available) in Oecologia 90(1) April with Reads.Author by: L.

Mech Languange: en Publisher by: Voyageur Press Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 53 Total Download: File Size: 46,8 Mb Description: The wolves of Minnesota are one of conservations greatest success the 48 contiguous United States, only Minnesota--with a wolf population at an estimated 2,has managed to protect and sustain a viable wolf.Nelson, M.

E. and L. D. Mech. Deer social organization and wolf predation in northeastern Minnesota. Wildlife Monographs _____. a. Deer population in the central Superior National Forest, U.S. Forest Service Research Paper NC _____. b. Mortality of white-tailed deer in northeastern Minnesota.