- At home with the crepuscular critters
- Move over, deer. A certain crepuscular critter is making its case for status as top Cranbrook urban wildlife. The skunk population appears to be on the rise.
- Meet Thelma and Louise, European ferrets
- Like the domestic house cat, ferrets are crepuscular, which means they are most active just before dawn and into the early part of the day. Ferrets sleep until sunset and are up for a few hours into the night.
- Australian wildlife sanctuary is a heaven for Tasmanian devils
- Many of the crepuscular creatures are hit by cars each year as they scavenge roadkill from busy streets. Some are attacked by dogs. Less common these days is deliberate poisoning by people who view the devil as a pest.
- Do Bobcats Kill Deer? 'Field Notes' Investigates
- Bobcats are relatively common in patchy habitats all across the U.S., but we don't see them often because they are crepuscular or nocturnal and well camouflaged.
Crepuscular is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Crepuscular books and related discussion.
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