Taxidea taxus

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Taxidea taxus

see badger.
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Observations of interactions between swift fox and American badger.
The authors surmised that the two species may have been foraging together, despite reports of American badgers preying on swift foxes (Carbyn et al.
Habitat associations of American badgers in southeastern British Columbia.
Spacing and ecology of North American badgers (Taxidea taxus) in a prairie-dog (Cynomys leucurus) complex.
The American badger occasionally stopped, lifted its head above the tire-rut, and scanned side-to-side for ca.
On 4 August at 1518 h, the American badger stopped and scanned to the north.
Reduced food availability is thought to increase the size of home ranges of North American badgers (Lindzey, 1982; Minta, 1993).
Caching of Richardson's ground squirrels by North American badgers.
A fur buyer also reported an American badger from Newton County in 1977 (Sealander, 1990).
Mounds of the American Badger (Taxidea taxus): significant features of North American shrub-steppe ecosystems.
To determine mean distance traveled daily, locations that were [greater than or equal to] 4 and [less than or equal to] 24 h apart were used to determine daily movements within ArcView allowing us to calculate mean distance traveled daily (m) for each American badger.
The coyote was the species most frequently detected by remotely triggered cameras and cameras also produced detections of rarer species, including the American badger and both species of skunks.

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