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Biology and conservation of the endangered Hawaiian Dark-rumped Petrel (Pterodroma phaeopygia sandwichensis)
The Hawaiian Dark-rumped Petrel or 'Ua'u is an endangered gadfly petrel that nests in the Hawaiian Islands and ranges throughout the central Pacific. The species was once common in Hawaii, with large colonies located on all the main islands, but its numbers have recently been reduced to several small relictual populations. ...
The Cascade red fox: distribution, morphology, zoogeoraphy and ecology
The indigenous Cascade red fox, Vulpes vulpes cascadensis, occupies the subalpine meadows and parklands near the Crest of the Cascade Mountains and the open forests on the eastern slope of the Cascades; they do not occur in the densely-forested habitats on the western slope. Red foxes from the eastern U.S. were brought into ...