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Estimating population densities of small mammals (< 100 g) has typically been carried out by intensive livetrapping, but this technique may be stressful to animals and the effort required is considerable. Here, we used camera traps to detect small mammal presence and assessed if this provided a feasible alternative to livetrapping for density estimation. During 2010-2012, we used camera trapping in conjunction with mark-recapture livetrapping to estimate the density of northern red-backed voles (Myodes rutilus) and deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus) in the boreal forest of Yukon, Canada. Densities for these 2 species ranged from 0.29 to 9.21 animals/ha and 0 to 5.90 animals/ha, respectively, over the course of this...
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A wide variety of vertebrates likely opportunistically prey on Little Brown Bats, but no species are known to specialize on them, and surprisingly few have been confirmed as predators, including owls. Evidence of predation by owls on Little Brown Bats is limited to incidental records of predation by Eastern Screech Owls in the Great Lakes region and a Northern Saw-whet Owl in southeastern Alaska. Here, Jung et al document an observation of a Great Horned Owl (Bubo virginianus) preying on a Little Brown Bat in a mist net. They use mist nets to capture bats on the Lubbock River in southcentral Yukon Canada.


map background search result map search result map Long-distance Movement of a Dispersing Deer Mouse, Peromyscus maniculatus, in the Boreal Forest Stand-level Attributes of Snowshoe Hare (Lepus americanus) Habitat in a Post-Fire Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides) Chronosequence in Central Yukon Using temporary dye marks to estimate ungulate population abundance in southwest Yukon, Canada OPPORTUNISTIC PREDATION OF A LITTLE BROWN BAT (MYOTIS LUCIFUGUS) BY A GREAT HORNED OWL (BUBO VIRGINIANUS) IN SOUTHERN YUKON Concluding Remarks: what do we Need to Know about Bats in Northwestern North America? Spatial distribution of meadow jumping mice (Zapus hudsonius) in logged boreal forest of northwestern Canada Using temporary dye marks to estimate ungulate population abundance in southwest Yukon, Canada Stand-level Attributes of Snowshoe Hare (Lepus americanus) Habitat in a Post-Fire Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides) Chronosequence in Central Yukon Long-distance Movement of a Dispersing Deer Mouse, Peromyscus maniculatus, in the Boreal Forest OPPORTUNISTIC PREDATION OF A LITTLE BROWN BAT (MYOTIS LUCIFUGUS) BY A GREAT HORNED OWL (BUBO VIRGINIANUS) IN SOUTHERN YUKON Concluding Remarks: what do we Need to Know about Bats in Northwestern North America? Spatial distribution of meadow jumping mice (Zapus hudsonius) in logged boreal forest of northwestern Canada