Data from: Eastern coyote home range, habitat selection and survival in the Albany pine bush landscape

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dc.contributor.authorBogan, Daniel A.
dc.contributor.authorKays, Roland
dc.date.accessioned2019-12-10T20:10:09Z
dc.date.available2019-12-10T20:10:09Z
dc.date.issued2019-12-10
dc.date.submitted2019
dc.description.abstractIn the northeast USA, top mammalian predators were extirpated through persecution and habitat loss. The coyote (Canis latrans) expanded into the northeast taking advantage of this vacant predator niche. Since 1970, coyotes have been widespread across all of mainland New York, yet no study has examined how well coyotes survive in suburban areas in this region and little is known of their ecological roles or potential to conflict with people. This information is important because in western states coyotes have high survival rates, a high degree of urban association and cause conflict with people. I studied survivorship and correlates of cause-specific mortality of coyotes using radio telemetry. The annual survival rate was 0.20 ± 0.14. There were no differences in survival rates between sexes, age classes, home range location, or capture methods. Collisions with vehicles (n = 7) and shooting (n = 6) accounted for the 2 major mortality factors. Coyotes that were killed by vehicles crossed roads more often than all other coyotes, though they did not have more roads within their home ranges. Coyotes that were shot had a larger mean and maximum open habitat patch size within their home ranges. High exploitation of the local coyote population may cause coyotes to avoid human-developed lands thus reducing the potential for negative interactions with people. I concurrently studied home range and habitat selection of coyotes in the suburban Albany Pine Bush landscape. Fixed kernel and minimum convex polygon (95%) home ranges (n = 17) averaged 6.81 km2 and 5.75 km2, respectively. Habitat analysis revealed that coyotes selected for natural habitat and avoided residential and commercial lands when locating a home range area and moving within the home range. Compositional analysis additionally ranked natural habitat as the most selected habitat at 2 spatial scales of selection (62.3% and 74.5%). Coyotes lived in small home ranges and primarily used the remaining natural lands in the suburban landscape. These results indicate that local coyotes maintain a natural ecological role and under existing conditions do not currently pose a threat to people and pets living adjacent to natural lands.
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dc.relationState University of New York at Albany
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dc.subjectCanis latrans
dc.subjectProcyon lotor
dc.subjectUrocyon cinereoargenteus
dc.subjectVulpes vulpes
dc.subjectanimal tracking
dc.subjectCanis latrans
dc.subjectcoyote
dc.subjectgrey fox
dc.subjectProcyon lotor
dc.subjectraccoon
dc.subjectradio telemetry
dc.subjectred fox
dc.subjectUrocyon cinereoargenteus
dc.subjectVulpes vulpes
dc.titleData from: Eastern coyote home range, habitat selection and survival in the Albany pine bush landscape
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@misc{001/1_56pf8220,
  title = {Data from: Eastern coyote home range, habitat selection and survival in the Albany pine bush landscape},
  author = {Bogan, DA and Kays, R},
  year = {2019},
  URL = {http://dx.doi.org/10.5441/001/1.56pf8220},
  doi = {doi:10.5441/001/1.56pf8220},
  publisher = {Movebank data repository}
}
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Bogan DA, Kays R. 2019. Data from: Eastern coyote home range, habitat selection and survival in the Albany pine bush landscape. Movebank Data Repository. https://doi.org/10.5441/001/1.56pf8220
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