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Mammal Identification Training. TOPS Algonquin Expedition. Contents. Encoding mammal data onto FDS 2 Rodents Weasels Herbivores Omnivores. Encoding Mammal Data on FDS2. Evidence code number taken from list on Code Key. Mammal species ID number from Code Key.

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Mammal identification training

Mammal Identification Training

TOPS Algonquin Expedition


Contents

Contents

  • Encoding mammal data onto FDS 2

  • Rodents

  • Weasels

  • Herbivores

  • Omnivores


Encoding mammal data on fds2

Encoding Mammal Data on FDS2

Evidence code number taken from list on Code Key

Mammal species ID number from Code Key

NOTE: Your mammal discovery ‘zone’ extends from the point of departure from the previous SS to the next one including events that occur on the trail between them. Stay focused!

Mammal activity code number taken from Code Key

NOTE: there is currently no facility to encode the number of mammals of a given species that were observed in a given situation. This can written in the NOTES section on the front page of the SSRF. Repeated entries for the same species can be made if the discovery is materially different.

Mammal location code number taken from Code Key


Mammals 1

Mammals 1

Eastern Red Squirrel

Gray Squirrel – Black phase

Gray Squirrel

Muskrat

Chipmunk

Beaver


Mammals 2

Mammals 2

Mink

River Otter

Weasel

Raccoon

Fisher

Porcupine


Mammals 3

Mammals 3

Cottontail

Coyote

Opossum

Snowshoe Hare

Lynx

Black Bear


Mammals 4

Mammals 4

Moose

Marten

Red Wolf

Red Fox

White-tailed Deer

Skunk


Mammals 5

Mammals 5

Moose ‘Browse Line’

Beaver Lodge


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