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Black-footed ferret

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Published by Administrator in U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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      • Caption titleShipping list no.: 99-0087-PAugust 1998.Also available via Internet from the FWS web site. Address as of 10/28/04: http://training.fws.gov/library/Pubs/ferret.pdf; current access is available via PURL

        StatementU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
        PublishersU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1998
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 76 p. :
        Number of Pages51
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
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        nodata File Size: 9MB.


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NEWStat: How will you know whether the vaccine is effective, and what are your next steps? But in Colorado, scientists were trying to save a much smaller number: 120 black-footed ferrets were injected with an in the summer—months before US Department of Agriculture officials okayed applications for a commercial vaccine for minks.

The black-footed ferret was first identified in 1851. But in Colorado, scientists were trying to save a much smaller number: 120 black-footed Black-footed ferret were injected with an in the summer—months before US Department of Agriculture officials okayed applications for a commercial vaccine for minks. At this age, the female begins to take her young on hunting forays and separates the kits into different burrows. Abstracts from Montana Rare Animal Meeting. NWHC has been assisting with disease issues in black-footed ferrets for many years; thus, we were in a position to support the efforts to minimize the risk of COVID-19 occurring in the captive population.

Amazing Facts about the Black Footed Ferret

1985, Controlling burrowing rodents with burrow fumigants. Historical and present status of the black-footed ferret. Endangered Species Technical Bulletin 19 1 : 10, 13. But while public health officials were still debating whethera group of scientists in Colorado was working feverishly to save a species nobody was even sure was at risk: the black-footed ferret.

Montana Prairie Dog Working Group. This captive program has lead to reintroduced populations across the western US, northern Mexico, and southern Canada, and an increase in Black-footed ferret population size to nearly 1000 individuals.

Wyoming Game and Fish Department

She weighs in at 816 grams. Ferrets live in abandoned prairie dog burrows to maximize their proximity to food sources, raise their young, and escape harsh weather and predators. This classification allows reintroduction efforts to occur without effecting land use practices in the Aubrey Valley, including hunting and ranching.