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Hoofed mammals of British Columbia

by David M. Shackleton

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Published by UBC Press in Vancouver .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ungulata -- British Columbia.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid Shackleton.
    SeriesRoyal British Columbia Museum handbook -- v. 3., Handbook (Royal British Columbia Museum)
    ContributionsRoyal British Columbia Museum.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18138592M
    ISBN 100774807288
    LC Control Number99911070

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Hoofed Mammals of British Columbia is the third of six handbooks on the mammals of British Columbia, a Royal B.C. Museum project to update and expand the classic treatment by Ian McTaggart-Cowan and Charles Guiguet, The Mammals of British Columbia, last revised in "In Hoofed Mammals of British Columbia, David Shackleton provides a comprehensive examination of wild ungulates.

The author describes each species and subspecies in detail, and discusses its natural history: habitat, diet, social organization, reproductive data, life expectancy, and mortality factors (including predators). Giraffes and Other Hoofed Mammals (World Book's Animals of the World) Jul 1, Hardcover More Buying Choices $ (17 used offers) Hoofed Mammals of British Columbia (Royal BC Museum Handbook) by David Shackleton | Mar 27, Paperback $ $ 99 $ $ Hoofed mammals are the most abundant large mammals in British Columbia.

Nine wild native species live here: Elk, Moose, Mule Deer, White-tailed Deer, Caribou, Bison, Mountain Goat, Bighorn Sheep and Thinhorn Sheep.

One introduced species, European Fallow Deer, also lives in Author: David Shackleton. Get this from a library. Hoofed mammals of British Columbia. [David M Shackleton; Royal British Columbia Museum.] -- "This authoritative book brings together the current knowledge on the ten species of wild hoofed mammals living in British Columbia: Elk.

Hoofed mammals are the most abundant large mammals in British Columbia. Nine wild native species live here: Elk, Moose, Mule Deer, White-tailed Deer, Caribou, Bison, Mountain Goat, Bighorn Sheep and Thinhorn Sheep.

One introduced species, European Fallow Deer, also lives in 5/5(2). Revised edition. This authoritative book Hoofed mammals of British Columbia book together the current knowledge on the ten species of wild hoofed mammals living in British Columbia: Elk, Moose, European Fallow Deer, Mule Deer, White-tailed Deer, Caribou, Bison, Mountain Goat, Bighorn Sheep and Thinhorn Sheep.

About this book. Hoofed mammals are the most abundant large mammals in British Columbia. Nine wild native species live here: Elk, Moose, Mule Deer, White-tailed Deer, Caribou, Bison, Mountain Goat, Bighorn Sheep and Thinhorn Sheep.

Dec 06,  · Hoofed mammals are the most abundant large mammals in British Columbia. Nine wild native species live here: Elk, Moose, Mule Deer, White-tailed Deer, Caribou, Bison, Mountain Goat, Bighorn Sheep and Thinhorn Sheep.

One introduced species, European Fallow Deer, also lives in small populations on some coastal islands/5(2). Hoofed Mammals of British Columbiais the third of six handbooks on the mammals of British Columbia, a Royal B.C. Museum project to update and expand the classic treatment by Ian McTaggart-Cowan and Charles Guiguet, The Mammals of British Columbia, last revised in The first general overview of the province’s mammalian fauna was the BC Provincial Museum’s handbook The Mammals of British Columbia by Ian McTaggart Cowan and Charles Guiguet first published in and last revised in Dated and out-of-print, it has been updated in a series of mammal handbooks published by the Royal BC Museum.

Aug 15,  · A new edition of David Shackleton's Hoofed Mammals of British Columbia is now available. Published by the Royal BC Museum, this book covers all wild species of hoofed mammals in the province.

The Museum website says: "This revised edition contains updated information on populations, conservation status, taxonomy and where to find each travelingartsfiesta.com also includes a selection.

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List of mammals of British Columbia. Jump to navigation Jump to search Bats (Chiroptera) Vesper bats (Vespertilionidae) California myotis (Myotis californicus) Townsend's big-eared bat (Corynorhinus townsendii) Fringed myotis (Myotis thysanodes) Long-eared myotis (Myotis evotis) Keen's.

Buy the Paperback Book Hoofed Mammals of British Columbia by David Shackleton at travelingartsfiesta.com, Canada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. About this book. Hoofed mammals include many families of large, well-known animals.

In the second volume of "Handbook of the Mammals of the World" they are revealed in all their fascinating detail, in riveting accounts written by some of the most renowned authorities in the world.5/5(1). Carnivores of British Columbia describes each species, with illustrations of whole animals and skulls.

This book will be an important educational reference for the. Handbook of the Mammals of the World (HMW) is a book series from the publisher Lynx travelingartsfiesta.com nine volumes were published from to Each mammal family is assessed in a full text introduction with photographs and each species has a text account with a distribution map and illustrations on a plate.

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HOOFED MAMMAL REFERENCES. References. General Books. Banfield, A.W.F. The mammals of Canada. National Museum of Nat­ural Sciences, National Museums of Canada. Hoofed Mammals of British Columbia $ Add to cart; Opossums, Shrews and Moles of British Columbia This book will be an important educational reference for the general public, schools, naturalists and wildlife biologists.

Royal BC Museum Handbook. Be the first to review “Carnivores of British Columbia” Cancel reply.A new edition of David Shackleton's Hoofed Mammals of British Columbia is now available.

Published by the Royal BC Museum, this book covers all wild species of hoofed mammals in the province. The Museum website says: "This revised edition contains updated information on populations, conservation status, taxonomy and where to find each travelingartsfiesta.com also includes a selection of colour photographs.".Traditional Animal Foods of Indigenous Peoples of Northern North America but their importance and use is not nearly as widespread as hoofed-mammals like caribou or moose [2, 3].

and other Northwest Coast Indians [8]. When goat was available it was also used by the British Columbia Inland tribes, Plateau People, Central Coast Salish.