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24847
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Jim Dean recounts the story of the first house he bought while on his second job out of college. It was infested with mice as he found out after buying the house. Not wanting to make holes in the walls, he procured his Daisy Red Ryder carbine and began a mouse hunt through his house.
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1782
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The authors conducted a mark-recapture study to assess the impacts of wild hog rooting on small mammal populations in the upper elevation beech forests of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
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Brimleyana (NoCar QL 155 B75), Vol. Issue 19, Dec 1993, p169-184, bibl, f Periodical Website
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28169
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Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington conducted a study of two species of voles in genus Microtus. The results suggest a significant difference in age-specific mass in infants of these two vole species, but growth rates do not differ.
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28215
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Woodrats are species in the rodent genus Neotoma. Specimens of Neotoma from West Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina were karyotyped using standard techniques and examined.
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28309
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Pine voles are rodents found in the Eastern part of the United States, and occupy a range of habitats including dry hardwood forests and orchards. A study conducted on pine voles in Henderson County, North Carolina found that reproductive success, pup survivorship, and pup growth did not differ between different types of habitat.