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Kangaroos in Outback Australia Comparative Ecology and Behaviour of Three Coexisting Species

By: Dale R McCullough and Yvette McCullough
308 pages, 24 photos, figs, tabs
Kangaroos in Outback Australia
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Focuses on Yathong, New South Wales, where three species of Kangaroo - red, eastern grey, and western grey - overlap and create a unique opportunity for ecological study. The authors spent three years in Yathong examining the comparative ecology and behaviour of the different species using systematic counts, radio telemetry, direct observations, and other techniques. The result is a detailed and comparative analysis of the species' population sizes, home ranges and movements, activity patterns, habitat selection, feeding behaviour, and social organization.

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Dale R. McCullough is professor of wildlife biology in the College of Natural Resources, University of California, Berkeley. He is an acknowledged expert on North American deer populations. Yvette McCullough teaches science at Martin Luther King Middle School, Berkeley, California.
By: Dale R McCullough and Yvette McCullough
308 pages, 24 photos, figs, tabs
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Contain[s] a number of insightful and testable hypotheses. -- Marco Festa-Bianchet, "Ecoscience"
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