American marten

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Noun1.American marten - valued for its furAmerican marten - valued for its fur      
marten, marten cat - agile slender-bodied arboreal mustelids somewhat larger than weasels
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American marten (Martes americana) are found across a large geographic range throughout North America (Williams et al.
Key words: American Marten, camera trap, detectability, distribution, Humboldt Marten, Martes caurina, Oregon, Pacific Marten
Paul Jensen, a senior wildlife biologist at DEC's Warrensburg Office, is New York State's expert on the American marten, a member of the weasel family.
Internal fat depots in American marten Martes americana were considered by Buskirk & Harlow (1989) and by Robitaille & Cobb (2003) as valid indices of fatness.
This month's cover features an image of the American marten (Martes americono).
Few studies have compared juvenile (< 1 year old) and adult ([greater than or equal to] 1 year old) American marten diets and those results are conflicting.
Fundy, in New Brunswick, is under pressure by industrial logging outside the park, which threatens the American Marten, a mammal which was reintroduced into the park in the mid-1980s.
Extinction dynamics in the American marten (Martes americana).
Classified as "medium-sized carnivores" along with the fisher (Mattes pennanti) and its smaller mink-family cousin, the American marten (Martes americana), these animals are excellent barometers of ecosystem health, lending insight into a landscape's tolerance for habitat disturbance.
Just now beginning to attract attention are two more species said to be old-growth dependent, the Pacific fisher (Martes pennanti pacifica) and the American marten (Martes americana), Both mammals are members of the weasel family.
We detected American Marten (Martes americana) at 63% of all stations (elevation range = 1252-2237 m), including 5 of 7 stations located in areas that experienced wildfires since 1996 that covered >5000 ha.

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