Martes pennanti


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Noun1.Martes pennanti - large dark brown North American arboreal carnivorous mammalMartes pennanti - large dark brown North American arboreal carnivorous mammal
marten, marten cat - agile slender-bodied arboreal mustelids somewhat larger than weasels
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Carnivore translocations and conservation: Insights from population models and field data for fishers (martes pennanti).
in a reintroduced fisher (Martes pennanti) population in Pennsylvania.
Winter habitat use and response to snow cover of Fisher (Martes pennanti) and Marten (Martes americana) in southeastern Manitoba.
Ecological energetics and foraging strategies of the fisher (Martes pennanti).--J.
The TWG grants have been focused primarily on researching the status of the fisher (Martes pennanti pacifica).
Caribou (Rangier tarandus caribou), fisher (Martes pennanti), marten (Martes americana), woodpeckers, and pygmy nuthatches (Sitta pygmaea) are considered species with high sensitivity to mortality of pine trees that will adversely affect their forage, cover, and nesting/denning habitat.
Movements, Home Range, and Food Habits of Fishers (Martes pennanti) Reintroduced into Tennessee at Catoosa Wildlife Management Area.
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.
Fall and winter diet of the fisher (Martes pennanti) in West Virginia and Maryland.
In an SPR model of a fisher (Martes pennanti) population in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan with 11 age classes and 12 years of data (Clawson 2010), deletions of 2 and 4 of the most recent years of harvest data has little effect on historical population trends (Figure 3).
Development of 22 new microsatellite loci for Fishers (Martes pennanti) with variability results from across their range.
For instance, in areas managed for owl demographic support, timber harvest activities are prohibited within 0.55 mile (0.88 kilometer) of active northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) nests, and within 0.5 mile (0.8 km) of active fisher (Martes pennanti) dens.