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Relation between mountain goats and their habitat in southeastern Alaska






General Technical Report Pacific Northwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( PNW-GTR-246): i + 25 pp.

Relation between mountain goats and their habitat in southeastern Alaska

Mountain goats (Oreamnos americanus) in SE Alaska occupy alpine and subalpine habitats in summer, but spend much of the winter in old-growth forest where litter fall and relatively low snow depths enhance food availability. Descriptions are given of the home range and movements, habitat, and ecological bases of goat/habitat relations.

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