- Camera trap photographs from American pika haypiles in California
Hickman, Kenneth T.;
Millar, Constance I.;
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Hickman, Kenneth T.; Millar, Constance I. 2020. Camera trap photographs from American pika haypiles in California. Fort Collins, CO: Forest Service Research Data Archive. https://doi.org/10.2737/RDS-2020-0039
- This image archive provides access to a reference collection of photographs from camera traps set at ten different American pika (Ochotona princeps) haypile sites in the eastern Sierra Nevada and spur ranges in Mono County, California during a 2014-2019 occupancy and activity study. Collection includes examples of various pika behaviors documented during study, such as haying, foraging, eating, cheek-rubbing, territorialism and kleptoparasitism; day and night, and during summer, fall and winter. Also includes example photographs of the 25 other mammal species and 10 bird species documented visiting the pika haypiles.
- biota; environment; Natural Resource Management & Use; Wildlife (or Fauna); Ecology, Ecosystems, & Environment; camera trapping; photographs; American pika; Ochotona princeps; activity study; wildlife diversity; California; Mono County; Sierra Nevada; Bodie Mountains; Mono Craters
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