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Black-footed ferret reintroduction in Shirley Basin, Wyoming
|Other titles||Black-footed ferret reintroduction, Shirley Basin, Wyoming|
|Statement||edited by Bob Oakleaf ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Oakleaf, Bob., Wyoming. Game and Fish Dept.|
|LC Classifications||QL737.C25 B5525 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 240 p. :|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||95620972|
State and federal wildlife officials have released 14 endangered black-footed ferrets at a site in northern Wyoming. BLACK-FOOTED FERRET REINTRODUCTION IN SHIRLEY BASIN, WYOMING - ANNUAL REPORT - 15 APRIL - 14 APRIL [Oakleaf, Bob et al (editor)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. BLACK-FOOTED FERRET REINTRODUCTION IN SHIRLEY BASIN, WYOMING - ANNUAL REPORT - 15 APRIL - 14 APRIL /5().
The reintroduction of black-footed ferrets to the wild began in the Shirley Basin, Wyoming, in Additional reintroductions have taken place at the Conata Basin/Badlands area of South Dakota in ; Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, Montana, also in ; Aubrey Valley, Arizona, in ; Ft Belknap Reservation, Montana, in (see related article in this edition of the. In Wyoming, black-footed ferrets were reintroduced in the sparsely populated Shirley Basin in the southeast part of the state in They've been released in the basin several times since.
Associated Press. first captive-born black-footed ferrets were released into Shirley Basin, Wyoming in Returning to Utah. Utah biologists began planning for a black-footed ferret release in One of their first steps was to locate. a suitable area for releasing the captive-born ferrets. Before the population crash in the mid s, Utah’s. black.
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ii. LIST OF FIGURES. Figure 1. Overview of the Shirley Basin/Medicine Bow Reintroduction Site for black-footed ferrets (Mustela nigripes) located between Casper and Elk Mountain, reintroduction site was first established with releases of captive-bred ferrets.
CASPER — Encouraged by the successful reintroduction of black-footed ferrets into central Wyoming's Shirley Basin, state wildlife managers plan to release more ferrets into the same area. Nelson said landowner and community support - such as they have in the Shirley Basin - is a necessary component for black-footed ferret reintroduction.
“Having Author: EVE NEWMAN. Today, one of North America’s most endangered mammals, the black-footed ferret, took another step towards recovery thanks to a historic Wyoming book back to the ranches where the species was rediscovered in after having been believed to be extinct.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department, in partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife. The first wild population of endangered black-footed ferrets that started from captive-bred animals, once feared to have died out, has survived and is growing, researchers say.
The latest survey, fromreports nearly ferrets in Wyoming's Shirley Basin, says Martin Grenier of the University of Wyoming in Laramie. Black-footed ferret (Mustela nigripes) Since Mathe black-footed ferret (Mustela nigripes) has been listed as endangered across its entire range, with the exception of several reintroduced populations designated as experimental.
In Novemberthe Service completed a 5-year review of black-footed ferret recovery efforts. Ferrets were reintroduced to Shirley Basin in It was the first reintroduction site after the ferrets were removed from Meeteetse.
From throughcaptive-bred ferrets were. The first ever attempt at black-footed ferret reintroduction began in the Shirley Basin, Wyoming, in Ranked in by a national recovery team as possess- ing one of the highest potentials for black-footed ferret recovery in North America, the Conata Basin/Badlands recovery area in southwestern South Dakota encompasses.
Get this from a library. Black-footed ferret reintroduction in Shirley Basin, Wyoming: annual completion report, 15 April April [Bob Oakleaf; Wyoming. MEDICINE BOW, Wyo. (AP) — A captive-raised female black-footed ferret had what might be her last glimpse of humans at her new home in the Shirley Basin a dozen miles north of Medicine Bow.
Rancher Bob Heward, who runs cattle on 26, acres of remote Wyoming rangeland, kneeled in the sagebrush beside a prairie dog hole as he tipped open a small animal carrier with the ferret.
Shirley Basin: InShirley Basin, Wyoming became the first site for black-footed ferret reintroduction . Currently, it is the only population of black-footed ferrets known to exist in the state .
Two hundred twenty eight black-footed ferrets were released in the area between . However, with plague conditions still present in Meteetse, areas in the Shirley Basin were selected instead. Over ferrets were released between “For several years following the reintroduction of ferrets in Shirley Basin, the population struggled and.
LARAMIE — A captive-raised female black-footed ferret had what might be her last glimpse of humans Thursday afternoon at her new home in the Shirley Basin a dozen miles north. All black-footed ferrets in existence today are descendants of 7 founders from that effort.
More than 8, ferrets have been born in captivity since The first reintroduction of black-footed ferrets back into the wild was in Shirley Basin, Wyoming in Documentary on the discovery in in Meeteetse, Wyoming of the presumably extinct black-footed ferret and its subsequent management and reintroduction to the Shirley Basin near Cheyenne, Wyoming.
1 videocassette (27 min.): 1/2 in. proposals to poison white-tailed prairie dogs in this area. BCA staff have participated in black-footed ferret reintroductions in the Shirley Basin, have toured the black-footed ferret facility in northern Colorado, and have contributed $60, to black-footed ferret recovery programs in the Shirley Basin and Thunder Basin.
Shirley Basin (49%), and Conata Basin (31%) reintroduction sites. There is some indication that prairie dog and Ferret populations can recover from plague events if unaffected pockets of prairie. The first wild population of endangered black-footed ferrets that started from captive-bred animals, once feared to have died out, has survived and is growing, researchers say.
The latest survey, fromreports nearly ferrets in Wyoming's Shirley Basin, says Martin Grenier of the University of Wyoming in Laramie. In Wyoming, black-footed ferrets were reintroduced in the sparsely populated Shirley Basin in Additional animals have been released in the basin.
Black-footed ferret: | | | | Black-footed ferret | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most. Inforty-nine of the ferrets were ready for reintroduction into the wild, which first occurred at Shirley Basin, Wyoming.
Within a year, some wild-born kits were spotted there.Three free-roaming populations have been started by reintroducing animals from this captive population. In49 ferrets were released into white-tailed prairie dog towns in Wyoming's Shirley Basin. Not unexpectedly, predation and starvation took a heavy toll.
Additional ferrets. In Wyoming, black-footed ferrets were reintroduced to the Shirley Basin south of Casper in Additional animals have been released in the basin several times since.