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Responses of Florida panthers to recreational deer and hog hunting

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Michael W. Janis, and Joseph D. Clark, 2002, Responses of Florida panthers to recreational deer and hog hunting: Journal of Wildlife Management, v. 66, iss. 3.

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Big Cypress National Preserve constitutes approximately one-third of the range of the endangered Florida panther (Puma concolor coryi). Because recreational hunting is allowed in Big Cypress National Preserve, we examined 8 response variables (activity rates, movement rates, predation success, home-range size, home-range shifts, proximity to off-road vehicle trails, use of areas with concentrated human activity, and habitat selection) to evaluate how Florida panthers respond to human activity associated with deer and hog hunting. Data consisted of panther radiolocations collected since 1981 by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and the National Park Service, which we augmented with radiolocations and activity monitoring [...]

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