Castor canadensis

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a variety of beaver found in almost all areas of North America except Florida

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Ecology, management, and conservation implications of North American beaver (Castor canadensis) in dryland streams.
The North American beaver (Castor canadensis) was introduced to Tierra del Fuego Island in 1946 for its fur and to date has colonized most of the archipelago and the southern tip of the mainland (Anderson et al.
The genome would allow scientists to understand the population dynamics of the 10 million to 15 million North American beavers that live on the continent.
A summary of North American beaver management 19461948.
The "alert list" of species which are not yet in the wild in Britain but which could pose a future threat include the Arctic fox, sacred ibis, leopard cat, racoon and American beaver.
Alongside his scholarly works on kinship, Ancient Society, and The American Beaver, the young Morgan founded a couple of quasi-secret societies: the Order of the Gordian Knot and the Order of the Iroquois.
These terms typify the Castor Canadensis, or North American beaver.
Gillian Feeley-Harnik then explores the work of Lewis Henry Morgan, begging the question as to how his work on the American beaver influenced his study of the descent or advancement of humanity.
Now the extraordinary tale of the man who saved the American beaver from extinction in the 1930s is to be made into a movie.
c]), for analyses examining American beaver survival (S) in Voyageurs National Park, MN, USA, 2006-2009 when c (model term representing overdispersion) was 1.
The North American beaver, Castor canadensis Kuhl, 1820 (Rodentia, Castoridae) was introduced to the main island of the Tierra del Fuego Archipelago (TDF, from now on) in 1946, and by the 2000s, beavers were estimated to impact 20-40% of the stream length of the island (Anderson et al.
The North American beaver (Castor canadensis) has rebounded from near extinction during the 19th century, with populations recolonizing lakes, streams, and other wetlands throughout much of its historic range (Naiman et al.
The American Beaver is actually the largest North American rodent.
The typical colony or family unit of the North American beaver (Castor canadensis) consists of an adult breeding pair, young of the current year, yearlings born the previous year, and occasionally, one or more nonbreeding sub-adults (Bradt, 1938; Aleksiuk, 1968; Svendsen, 1980; Bishir et al.
The American beaver, the chinook salmon, the western meadowlark and the Oregon swallowtail butterfly will benefit from the 16 grants awarded recently.
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