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Bibliography on the control and management of the coyote and related canids

E. H. Dolnick

Bibliography on the control and management of the coyote and related canids

with selected references on animal physiology, behaviour, control methods and reproduction

by E. H. Dolnick

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mammals -- United States.,
  • Coyote -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby E. H. Dolnick, R. L. Medford and R. J. Schied.
    GenreBibliography.
    ContributionsMedford, R. L., Schied, R. J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL795.C6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination247 p. ;
    Number of Pages247
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16436776M

    Intrinsic Vulnerability. Score B - Moderately Vulnerable. Species exhibits moderate age of maturity, frequency of reproduction, and/or fecundity such that populations generally tend to recover from decreases in abundance over a period of several years (on the order of years or generations); or species has moderate dispersal capability such that extirpated populations generally become. Coyote is an elaborate work of Silver Age sci-fi written in the 21st century. The author openly acknowledges that his work bestows science as a shiny metal and is positive that humans will colonize other planets someday. Coyote Rising. Coyote Rising is the second novel in Coyote .

    Coyote America will likely be of interest to anyone who wants to learn about the history of coyotes, and of American politics towards predators in general. * Dan Flores goes through coyote evolution, taxonomic status, mythology, extermination, current politics and pop culture (he missed the music video inspired by the Light Rail Coyote /5(). other coyotes from its territory. Ultimately, the placeholder canids are replaced by the larger red wolves either naturally by displacing the coyote or via management actions (e.g., removal of the coyote followed by insertion of wild or translocated wolves). Coyotes that are captured on private property are euthanized at the landowner’s request.

    PREDATOR DAMAGE MANAGEMENT, PAST AND PRESENT. During the twentieth century, livestock producers and government predator control agents often were able to control losses by suppressing coyote numbers, at least locally, through use of toxicants, traps, shooting, and other techniques. This paper discusses the red wolf's (Canis rufus) status, distribution and ecology; and describes and differentiates the red wolf from the closely related canids. Difficulties in distinguishing red wolves from coyotes (Canis latrans) and red wolf-coyote hybrids have resulted in much confusion over the range and status of the red wolf.


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The Wild Canids: Their Systematics, Behavioral Ecology and Evolution (first published ; reprinted in ) Edited by Michael W.

Fox. Edited by Dr. Michael W. Fox, former Project Coyote Advisory Board member and one of the premier researchers in the field, The Wild Canids includes 30 scholarly studies in the field of wild canid ethology. First published inour knowledge of the. COYOTE/ CANID RELATED BOOK LIST (Click Here To Download Project Coyote’s Recommended Book List as File) Behavior of Wolves, Dogs, and Related Canids by Michael W.

Fox. Krieger Publishing Co., Melbourne, Florida, reprint edition Biology and Conservation of WIld Canids, eds. D.W. MacDonald and C. Sillero-Zubiri. Oxford UP, Bibliography on the control and management of the coyote and related canids, with selected references on animal physiology, behaviour, control methods and reproduction / By E.

Dolnick, R. Schied and R. MedfordAuthor: E. Dolnick, R. Schied and R. Medford. Bibliography on the control and management of the coyote and related canids with selected references on animal phys., beh., control methods, and repro.

Agric. Res. Status and history --Recovery, restoration, reintroduction programs --Predation, food habits and wolf-prey interactions --Behavior, physiology, and social interactions --Taxonomy and genetics --Diseases --Research techniques --Management --Coyotes and other canids, and wolf-coyote relations --Miscellaneous: Series Title.

With list of literature cited. Bibliography of the Control and Management of the Coyote and Related Canids with Selected References on Animal Physiology, Behavior, Control Methods and Reproduction, by E. Dolnick, R. Medford and R. Schied.

Predation by Coyotes on neonates of native ungulates can be high during fawning (Andelt ). Coyotes in suburban areas are adept at exploiting human-made food resources and will readily consume dog food or other human-related items. Major Threats: There are no current threats to Coyote populations throughout their range.

A TEMPLATE COYOTE MANAGEMENT & COEXISTENCE PLAN | 2. HOW TO USE THIS COYOTE MANAGEMENT & COEXISTENCE PLAN. This coyote management and coexistence plan has been prepared by The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) for use.

by communities (including, but not limited to, cities, villages, towns, counties, homeowners associations, etc.) in. The book also includes distribution maps and tips on where to observe each species, making Canids of the World the most comprehensive and user-friendly guide to these intriguing and spectacular mammals.

- Covers every species and subspecies of canid - Features more than colour plates with more than photos from around the globe. The species Canis latrans in the family CANIDAE, a smaller relative of WOLVES. It is found in the Western hemisphere from Costa Rica to Alaska. | Explore the latest full-text research PDFs.

Conservation Land Management (CLM) is a quarterly magazine that is widely regarded as essential reading for all who are involved in land management for nature conservation, across the British Isles. CLM includes long-form articles, events listings, publication reviews, new product information and updates, reports of conferences and letters.

Bear Bibliography (Tracy et al. ) and the Bibliography on the Control and Management of the Coyote and Related Canids with Selected References on Animal Physiology, Behavior, and Control Methods and Reproduction (Dolnick et al. ) were reviewed.

Of titles. Rediscovering species once thought to be extinct or on the edge of extinction is rare. Red wolves have been extinct along the American Gulf Coast sincewith their last populations found in coastal Louisiana and Texas.

We report the rediscovery of red wolf ghost alleles in a canid population on Galveston Island, Texas. We analyzed over single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in   Here reprinted, this is a classic of the canid literature.

Originally published inCoyotes: Biology, Behavior and Management pulled together much disparate research in coyote evolution, taxonomy, reproduction, communication, behavioral development, population dynamics, ethology and ecological studies in the Southwest, Minnesota, Iowa, New England and Wyoming as.

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Details *. COYOTE/CANID-RELATED BOOK LIST behavior of Wolves, dogs, and Related Canids by Michael W. Fox. Krieger Publishing Co., Melbourne, Florida, reprint edition biology and Conservation of Wild.

Stages of Coyote (Canis latrans) Aggression. Robert H. Schmidt of Utah State University, Logan, UT, USA and Robert M. Timm of the Hopland Research & Extension Center, University of California, Hopland, CA, USA authored an interesting paper entitled “Bad Dogs” Why do Coyotes and Other Canids Become Unruly.

published in the Proceedings of the 12th Wildlife Damage Management Conference. The eastward expansion of coyotes (Canis latrans) has brought the species into ecosystems and landscapes different from those it historically occupied, yet little is known about the reproductive biology of coyotes in the southeastern United States or the effects of exploitation on reproduction in objective was to quantify litter size, pregnancy rate, and fecundity in an.

Similarly, adoption has been used as a conservation tool for other canids, such as coyotes (Canis latrans) (Kitchen & Knowlton ). Given the widespread occurrence of adoption in mammals and. Here reprinted, this is a classic of the canid literature. Originally published inCoyotes: Biology, Behavior and Management pulled together much disparate research in coyote evolution, taxonomy, reproduction, communication, behavioral development, population dynamics, ethology and ecological studies in the Southwest, Minnesota, Iowa, New England and Wyoming as Reviews: 5.

The Future of Coyote Management A major finding from this research is the extent to which coyotes and people are living together; more coyotes have been observed using developed areas than expected. People are often unknowingly in close contact with coyotes each day, and in the vast majority of cases, the coyotes are still acting as ghosts of.Bibliography on the control andmanagement of the coyote and related canids with selected references on animal phys., beh., control methods, and repro.

Agric. Res.As the title suggests, the authors reviewed how canids in general and coyotes in particular transition from fearing humans and their presence to attacking them.

Among the nuggets of information they provide is a reference to the work of Rex Baker and Robert Timm (same author as this article) which outlines the stages of coyote aggression.