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Foraging and nutritional ecology of yellow-bellied marmots in the White Mountains of California
Hannah V. Carey
Written in English
|Statement||by Hannah V. Carey|
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|Pagination||vi, 78 leaves.|
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In social species, the hierarchical status of an individual has important consequences for its fitness. While many studies have focused on individual condition to explain access to dominance, very few have investigated the influence of the social environment, especially during early life. Yet it is known that environmental conditions early in life may influence several traits at by: 5. The subalpine and alpine zones of the White Mountains are considered a marginal environment even though resources are relatively abundant. Surface water in the form of streams and springs provides drinking water while meadows provide habitat for rodents—particularly, yellow-bellied marmots—desert bighorn sheep, and mule by: 5.
In social species, the hierarchical status of an individual has important consequences for its fitness. While many studies have focused on individual condition to explain access to dominance, very few have investigated the influence of the social environment, especially during early life. Yet it is known that environmental conditions early in life may influence several traits at by: 5. On campus at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, Dr. Shier currently runs a captive breeding/reintroduction program for the endangered pacific pocket mouse that focuses on survival skill development, sensory ecology, mate choice, foraging, antipredator behavior, stress and genetic management.
and the name commemorates an early California natural-ist, Dr. James G. Cooper. The Cooper Ornithological Society hunting yellow-bellied marmots in the basin below. While driving along Trail Ridge Road, other raptors of the tundra are NESTING AND FORAGING ECOLOGY, AND GLOBAL LIFE-HISTORY VARIATION IN TACHYCINETA. SWALLOWS T Wilson, S. Yellow-bellied marmots (Marmota flaviventris) in the East River Valley of Colorado were annually live-trapped and individually marked from to We used the pooled data from this population to produce an average demography and life-table of marmots for these years.
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Yellow-bellied marmots are generalist herbivores Article (PDF Available) in Ethology Ecology and Evolution 1(4) December with 51 Reads How we measure 'reads'. 1.
An investigation of the behavior and ecology of several contiguous harems of yellow-bellied marmots (Marmota flaviventris) was conducted in an alpine area of North Pole Basin, Gunnison County, an elevation of 3, m, the study site differed from those of previous marmot studies in that no forest restricted interharem movement or social by: The yellow-bellied marmot (Marmota flaviventris), also known as the rock chuck, is a large, stout-bodied ground squirrel in the marmot genus.
It is one of fourteen species of marmots, and is native to mountainous regions of southwestern Canada and western United States, including the Rocky Mountains, Sierra Nevada, and Mount Rainier in the state of Washington, typically living above 6, Class: Mammalia.
Yellow-bellied marmot is a species of small- to medium-sized rodents inhabiting the mountainous regions of southwestern Canada and the western United States, including Mount Rainier, Sierra Nevada, and the Rocky Mountains.
Found at an elevation of about 6, ft, the marmots dig burrows in the ground where they live in colonies. Scientific Classification Kingdom Animalia [ ]. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 9 Springer-Verlag Predation risk and foraging behavior of the hoary marmot in Alaska Warren G.
Holmes Psychology Department-Mason Hall, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MichiganUSA Received Novem / Accepted Ma Summary. Welcome to the Predator Masters Forums Be sure to visit the main Predator Master website at. Does any one hunt the Yellow bellied marmots in the Sierra Nevada in California.
I would like to try my hand at some long distance marmot hunting in the higher elevations but do not know what the population is like.
I've shot chucks not actually. Basic Marmot Biology. Yellow-bellied marmots (Marmota flaviventris, Sciuridae) are diurnal, semifossorial ground squirrels that occupy a range of middle elevation to alpine environments throughout the western mountains of the United States (Hall and Kelson, ).
Marmots are. Dan Blumstein's working bibliography on marmots (17 April ) Nutritional ecology of yellow-bellied marmots in the White mountains of California. Holarc. Ecol. Carey, H.V. The use of foraging areas by yellow-bellied marmots. Oikos Carey, H.V., and P. Moore. Foraging and predation risk in yellow-bellied.
We examined diet composition, choice of foraging areas, and distribution of food (vegetation) of a high-elevation (3, m) population of yellow-bellied marmots (Marmota flaviventris) in the White. Ecology, 59(1),pp. by the Ecological Society of America ENERGETICS OF YELLOW-BELLIED MARMOT POPULATIONS' DELBERT L.
KILGORE, JR.2 AND KENNETH B. ARMITAGE Division of Biological Sciences, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas USA. Yellow-bellied Marmot Distribution, Abundance, and Seasonality.
The yellow-bellied marmot is common and widespread in, or near, rocky areas in the Sierra Nevada and Cascades from southern Tulare Co.
north to the Oregon border, and in the White Mts. of California and Nevada. Yellow-bellied Marmot Behavior/Reproduction. Although members of the squirrel family, marmots are a type of ground dwelling squirrel.
They are primarily terrestrial and diurnal. The basic social structure of the yellow-bellied marmot is a single male with a harem of two or three females. Yellow‐bellied marmots Marmota flaviventris in the East River Valley of Colorado were live‐trapped and individually marked annually from through These pooled data were used to produce a demography and life table for these years.
Females had significantly better survivorship than males beyond the first‐year age class, and the sex ratio became progressively female by: The Yellow-bellied Marmots ability to use cultivated food sources depends on the proximity of rocky shelter. Core zones were all steppe, Oak, and Ponderosa Pine.
In core zones, bare ground and non-forested habitats were good. Yellow-bellied Marmots are a thick-bodied, shorted-legged animal with a grizzled appearance.
They have tiny ears and a blunt muzzle with a distinctive white mark around the nose and mouth. Males are usually larger than females. They live in incredibly harsh environments often high up in the mountains in rock outcroppings. female yellow bellied marmots prefer rock outcropping that provide retreats for escape from predators and for hibernation (and are controlled by dominant males) gifts up front - female requires a male to give his parental investment up front in the form of resources that.
Alaska marmots are distinguished from other species of marmots by the black fur on top of their head, extending from the tip of the nose to the neck.
These marmots have coarse hair that ranges in color from brown and black to white. Their back usually has brown hair, with a lighter brown underneath the black-tipped guard hairs.
Armitage, Kenneth B. () "Ecology and Behavior of the Yellow-bellied Marmot (Marmota flaviventris),"Jackson Hole Research Station Annual Report: Several marmot colonies were visited in the Teton Mountains Several sites where melanistic marmots are found were visited to. To find out if this is so, Daniel Blumstein of the University of California, Los Angeles, and colleagues studied a population of yellow-bellied marmots living in the Rocky mountains in Colorado.
Female yellow-bellied marmots prefer rock outcroppings that provide retreats for predator escape and for hibernation (and are controlled by dominant males). Good Looks A female peacock is attracted to a male with the most beautiful tail feathers.
Search results. 2 items found for ' "Yellow\-bellied marmot" '. Yellow-bellied marmot lying between rocks. Yellow-bellied marmot close up.1. Introduction The ecological preferences of Marmota marmota L.
Alpine marmot (Marmota marmota L. ) is spread through the Alps in France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany and Austria and isolated subpopulations are found in the Pyrenees, Massif Central, Jura, Vosges, Black Forest, Appenines, High Tatras, and Romanian Carpathians (Herrero et al., ).Cited by: 1.White notes having seen the holotype and his questioning of the paratypes col- lected by F.
E. Winters (which by then were also in the California Academy of Science collection) implies that he examined them also. White concluded the Winters paratypes were teneral O. divergens (LeConte),