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radio collar

n.
A collar fitted with a small radio transmitter that when attached to a wild animal can be used in tracking the animal's movements by radio telemetry.
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Quietly, the team conversed while they bolted the radio collar, wrapped with brightly colored duct tape, around the wolf's neck.
Travel along with DEC scientists as they visit a bear in its den to change its radio collar (pg.
The true story of how a team of expert scientists and conservationists temporarily tranquilized, studied, and released a snow leopard--outfitting it with a radio collar that would enable its movements to be tracked for almost two years--all to learn more about these majestic and beautiful animals.
If the predator was a bull snake (Piluophis catenifer), the radio collar was ingested along with the squirrel.
Following capture, I monitored fawns in early morning and late afternoon of each day during the summer (from birth until 1 August), and investigated mortalities as soon as possible when a mortality signal was received from a radio collar. As a result, I investigated all mortalities within 24 h, and typically within 12 h, allowing accurate identification of cause of death based on site and carcass conditions.
The main cause of miscarriage and non-breeding was the radio collar put around the tigress's necks, he told the newspaper.
The bear was tagged with a radio collar, tests drawn and they were returned to their den.
But Saini maintains even that could not help as the main cause for miscarriages and nonbreeding was the radio collar put around the neck of tigresses that hinders their mating process.
Those issues were recognized when the Oregon Wolf Conservation and Management Plan was developed in 2005, which is why it directs the state Department of Fish and Wildlife to try to keep an active radio collar in all known wolf packs during the early stages of wolf recovery.
This is for the first time that a common leopard has been trapped and fitted with a radio collar with the objective of conducting advanced research on the wild specie both by WWF and Wildlife department of KP, says a press release issued here on Monday.
* This northern Minnesota black bear, called simply No 56 because that's the number on her radio collar, now is more than 39 years old, the oldest known wild black bear.
Scientists followed the wolf's movements through a radio collar that signaled her location.
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