The Influence of High Ground Squirrel Densities on the Occurrence of Golden Eagles on Altamont Ownership Consortium Property

Report

Title: The Influence of High Ground Squirrel Densities on the Occurrence of Golden Eagles on Altamont Ownership Consortium Property
Authors: Hunt, G.; Culp, L.
Publication Date:
November 25, 1997
Pages: 18

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Hunt, G.; Culp, L. (1997). The Influence of High Ground Squirrel Densities on the Occurrence of Golden Eagles on Altamont Ownership Consortium Property. Report by Predatory Bird Research Group. pp 18.
Abstract: 

This report describes our preliminary results and conclusions regarding the hypothesis that golden eagles are attracted to areas of high ground squirrel density in the WRA (Altamont Pass Wind Resource Area) and that, as a result of this attraction, higher numbers of eagles are killed in such areas. Methods include radio-telemetry, ground squirrel surveys, and statistics.

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