- Unexpected ungulates: Wildlife officials relocate moose from Lewiston yard
- Unexpected ungulates: Wildlife officials relocate moose from Lewiston yard. By Jeffrey DeMoss staff writer · Jeffrey DeMoss. Feb 19, 2016; (0).
- They Feast on the Vines of Chianti, the Swine
- And this law is inefficient and provided inadequate means to reduce the number of wild ungulate in Tuscany.” So fences continue to rise. Those, too, have been a source of discontent, but to some the only solution.
- Nature Notes: Halt! Who Goes There?
- Deer, horses, cows, and other ungulates run on their fore toes, which are crafted into hooves. In horses, the fore toes are welded together. In deer, the two are separated so you see two side-by-side marks each time the foot makes contact with the snow.
- Proposed trail would offer rare walk through palila habitat
- Its efforts include fencing forested areas to keep out ungulates and planting new trees, of which the endangered palila rely.
- Fencing proposed to protect Laupahoehoe forest
- Steve Bergfeld, Division of Forestry and Wildlife branch manager, said fencing is an effective way to protect native plant species from pigs and other ungulates, and will account for about half of the plan's estimated $10 million budget.
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