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Effects of radio tags on spotted owlsAuthor(s): P.W.C. Paton; C.J. Zabel; D.L. Neal; G.N. Steger; N.G. Tilghman; B.R. Noon
Source: Journal of Wildlife Management 55(4):617-622
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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CitationPaton, P.W.C.; Zabel, C.J.; Neal, D.L.; Steger, G.N.; Tilghman, N.G.; Noon, B.R. 1991. Effects of radio tags on spotted owls. Journal of Wildlife Management 55(4):617-622
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