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Impact of Red Fox Predation on the Sex Ratio of Prairie Mallards

Figure 13: Movements of a Radio-Equipped Adult Female Red Fox on a Minnesota Study Area


GIF-Movements of a radio-equipped adult female red fox on a Minnesota study area

Fig 13. Movements of a radio-equipped adult female red fox on a Minnesota study area during 6 May - 3 June 1964 showing thoroughness of coverage of home range by individual foxes. The lines connect consecutive locations separated by no more than 1 h. Map adapted from Sargeant (1972).


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