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Distribution and Abundance of Predators that Affect
Duck Production: Prairie Pothole Region

Appendix


Table 9. Capture rates of striped skunks in study areas in the prairie pothole region of Canada during nighttime livetrapping in early May, 1983-85.

Areaa Years Trap-Nights Captures Capture Rate (x10)
Canada
Alberta
Gayford 1985 200 1 0.05
Hay Lakes* 1983 198 5 0.25
1984 200 8 0.40
Holden* 1983 200 5 0.25
Penhold* 1984 195 5 0.26
1985 180 4 0.22
Manitoba
Cartwright 1983 200 3 0.15
Moore Park* 1983 197 8 0.41
1984 199 9 0.45
Saskatchewan
Ceylon 1983 159 9 0.57
1984 200 16 0.80
Craik 1984 194 21 1.08
1985 200 16 0.80
Denzil 1984 190 13 0.68
1985 200 4 0.20
Earl Grey* 1985 200 8 0.40
Goodwater 1983 200 9 0.45
Hanley* 1983 200 12 0.60
1984 195 22 1.13
1985 200 25 1.25
Inchkeith* 1984 199 5 0.25
1985 200 9 0.45
Leask* 1984 194 7 0.36
1985 200 4 0.20
Shamrock 1983 195 5 0.26
1984 200 4 0.20
1985 200 5 0.25
Yorkton* 1985 200 6 0.30

aStudy areas denoted with an asterisk (*) are in the aspen parkland, all others are in the prairie.


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