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|Alle Autoren:||Maurice G Hornocker|
|Anmerkungen:||Adult male mountain lion recovering from the effects of the tranquilizing drug.
Fig. 1. Winter range on lower Big Creek. Big game animals confined to the lower elevations on south-facing slopes.
Fig. 2. Approximate study area in the Big Creek and Middle Fork drainages in the Idaho Primitive Area. Inset shows the location of the entire Primitive Area in Idaho.
Fig. 3. Firing the drug-laden syringe into a treed mountain lion. This lion was treed on the edge of a 200-ft. cliff.
Fig. 4. Young adult male mountain lion on the Big Creek drainage, Idaho Primitive Area.
Fig. 5. Lowering a tranquilized adult female mountain lion to the ground. Tranquilized lions remained in the tree and were lowered in a matter of seconds.
Fig. 6. Different marking devices on a 151-lb adult male mountain lion. Each lion was also tattooed in both ears.
Fig. 7. Different marking devices on an adult female mountain lion. This female sought refuge from the dogs by entering a cave.
Fig. 12. Collecting specimens from an elk killed by a mountain lion.
Fig. 13. Appearance of marrow in the femur of a healthy elk (left) and an elk suffering from advanced stages of malnutrition (right).
Fig. 14. Bull elk killed by a male mountain lion. Lion cover kills with snow, sticks, or whatever material is available.
|Andere Titel||An Analysis of Mountain Lion Predation upon Mule Deer and Elk in the Idaho Primitive Area|