The Essentials of a Wildlife Range
Abstract:The requirements of wild animals vary according to species, sex, and age; in addition the requirements of the animals included in each of these groups vary with the seasons and according to their physiological activities. The essentials of a wildlife range are those minimum requirements that must be available to each species inhabiting that range. Certain of these essentials are in the nature of materials required by animals to meet physiological demands; others are in the nature of pattern, that is, an arrangement of the materials that complies with their inherent limitations in the matter of cruising radii and saturation points.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Roosevelt Wildlife Forest Experiment Station New York State College of Forestry
Publication date: May 1, 1938
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