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River otters in Wyoming

River otters in Wyoming

distribution, ecology, and potential impacts from energy development

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Published by Wyoming Cooperative Research Unit in [Laramie, Wyo.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Wyoming.
    • Subjects:
    • Lutra canadensis -- Wyoming.,
    • Mammals -- Wyoming.,
    • Energy development -- Environmental aspects -- Wyoming.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 24-30.

      StatementWilliam Rudd ... [et al.] ; prepared for Wyoming Wildlife Federation.
      SeriesResearch report / Wyoming Cooperative Research Unit ;, 86-02, Research report (Wyoming Cooperative Fishery and Wildlife Research Unit) ;, 86-02
      ContributionsRudd, William., Wyoming Wildlife Federation.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL737.C25 R58 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination39 p. :
      Number of Pages39
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2497072M
      LC Control Number87622022

        River otters are large, fish-eating members of the weasel family. They are energetic animals about three feet long that depend upon fish . Wyoming, nicknamed the Cowboy State, is a state in the Rocky Mountain region of the United States of short of , citizens, it is the country's least populous state, with the second lowest population density after Alaska.. The state is best known for its great scenery, especially in Yellowstone National Park.. Regions []. Wyoming's geography includes wide .

        OTTERS LOVE TO PLAY is a non-fiction children's book about Otters. The book follows a group of otters over the course of one year. The book is filled with tons of otter facts. For instance, otters don't open their eyes until they are five weeks old and otters Reviews: 8. The river otters were first listed, when they were introduced, as an endangered state species. But because hunting and trapping are now more regulated by .

      Water is always a great place to see wildlife hanging out. Elk, bison, beavers, and moose are all regulars along the Snake River in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. Other wildlife that may be seen on these trips are bald eagles, river otters, muskrat, coyote and occasionally a . River otters traverse the icy Yellowstone River between Hayden Valley and Canyon, Wyoming, where they swim in unfrozen holes and race from one to the next. Michael L. Haring via Istock.


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River otters in Wyoming Download PDF EPUB FB2

Protection of Northern River Otter in Wyoming outside of the national parks began in The species is now more widespread in Wyoming, having expanded south and east from Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and north from reintroductions in Colorado 2, 4. RIVER OTTER'S ADVENTURE by Linda Stanek ; illustrated by Shennen Bersani ‧ RELEASE DATE: Sept.

10, A river otter plays guide in this informative picture book that’s part guessing game, part adventure. Realistic River otters in Wyoming book dominated by greens and blues introduce an otter pup as she scrambles up a riverbank and wanders into a : Linda Stanek.

Product details Age Range: 5 - 6 years Series: My Little Book Series Paperback: 32 pages Publisher: Windward Publishing; 2 edition (Ap ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: ounces Customer Reviews: 5/5(3). River Otters introduces students to some amazingly athletic creatures.

The text describes the physical appearance and habits of river otters. Detailed photographs enhance the information provided by the text. The book can also be used to teach students how to identify the main idea and details as well as how to locate the simple subject.

Contact us today to book your scenic float. See What Our Customers Have to Say on TripAdvisor. Other wildlife you may encounter on the river include Moose, Elk, Deer.

Beaver and River Otters. Sightings of these animals occur from time to time and are most frequent in the cooler morning and late afternoon hours. The Northern River Otter can dive to 45 feet and stay underwater for some minutes (Zeveloff and Collett ).

It is more nocturnal in summer and its eyes reflect a faint amber glow at night. Its short, muscular legs move surprisingly well on land, and is usually seen traveling in pairs (Foresman ).

One of the best children's picture books about otters, this exquisite story is illustrated with dreamily beautiful dusk and dawn depictions of the North Devon landscape and the winding river Missing: Wyoming.

The North American river otter (Lontra canadensis), also known as the northern river otter or common otter, is a semiaquatic mammal endemic to the North American continent found i.

Order: Artiodactyla, Family: Cervidae Occurrence: Open forests, meadows, fields The elk or wapiti (Cervus canadensis) is one of the largest species of deer in the world and one of the largest mammals in North America and eastern the deer family (), only the moose, Alces alces (called an "elk" in Europe), is larger, and Cervus unicolor (the sambar deer) can rival the C.

A river otter feasts on brook trout in Grand Teton National Park. IRENE GREENBERG / COURTESY PHOTO Grand Teton National Park is a prime place to glimpse North American river otters in the wild.

The river otter is a member of the weasel family and can weigh between 5 and 14 kg. River otters have short, flat heads with small ears. They have short stocky legs and long bodies with long, pointed tails. River otters will live and hunt in fresh water lakes and rivers as well as on marine coastlines of salt water oceans.

g: Wyoming. Researchers at the University of Wyoming have found that energy development is scaring off river otters in the Upper Green River Basin.

Scientists counted the number of otters in several waterways throughout the Upper Green River Basin in western Wyoming. The rivers farther away from energy development had dozens of otters, but the New Fork.

Otters are seen in Washington State. A visitor to Lassen Volcanic National Park was attacked by a river otter at Manzanita Lake June Todd Folsom Bellingham Herald file.

My Little Book Of River Otters book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This book is a delightful story about a new family of /5(2). Every spring when I visit Yellowstone, it's a tradition to hike to Trout Lake to search for river otters.

Trout Lake is historically the most reliable spot to see otters in the park, but the best time is generally in early summer, not spring. Usually around mid-June visitors begin to see otters at the lake with relative frequency. This happens in large part due to the trout spawn.

Documented the effects of fracking on river otters in Wyoming. And for the past 15 years have been part of the team investigating the effects of climate change on polar bears. “ And thank you to Alex our guide/leader, he was friendly and knowledgable about the river and wildlife, pointing out eagles, otters, marmots and other wildlife, making for a fantastic hrs on the river.

River otters (the scientific name is Lontra canadensis) live in lots of different waterways, including freshwater streams, ponds, estuaries and along the coast.

They like undisturbed wooded. Reintroductions in all Region 2 states except Wyoming have re-established river otters to some of its former range, and otter populations appear to be expanding into additional remaining suitable habitat.

The river otter is listed as a Sensitive Species by the USFS throughout Region 2, as state threatened by the states. For river otters, pooping is a social event. And their droppings are providing a heap of information for biologists. So many things, it’s like reading a really gross open book.

A river otter family hangs out along the Yellowstone River on a Wyoming Photo Experience wildlife photo safari. Visit to book your own wildlife photo safari with a.The river otter Lontra canadensis is an elusive species that can serve an important role in aquatic ecosystems as a top predator of fish and crayfish.

River otters are also valued as a game species and furbearer (Melquist et al. ).River otters historically inhabited every major watershed in the contiguous United States and were extirpated from much of their historical .Check out our river otter painting selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our wall hangings shops.

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