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  1. Ferret (Wildlife : Habits & Habitat) by Jane Duden, 1990-05
  2. Prairie Night: Black-Footed Ferrets and the Recovery of Endangered Species by Brian Miller, Richard P. Reading, et all 1996-07-17
  3. Black-footed ferrets thrive in Mexico.: An article from: Endangered Species Update by J. Michael Lockhart, Jesus Pacheco, et all 2003-07-01
  4. Ferrets: An entry from Thomson Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Science, 3rd ed.</i> by Jean F. Blashfield, 2004
  5. 1996-97 nationwide ferret survey of state wildlife agencies by Ronald M Jurek, 1999
  6. The 1996 black-footed ferret release protocol for Aubrey Valley, Arizona (Technical report / Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Program) by William E Van Pelt, 1996
  7. Black-footed ferret (̲Mu̲s̲t̲e̲l̲a̲ n̲i̲g̲r̲i̲p̲e̲s̲)̲ (Wildlife notebook series / Utah Division of Wildlife Resources) by Greg Brown, 1993
  8. Black-footed ferret surveys on seven coal occurrence areas in Wyoming, February-September, 1979 (US Fish and Wildlife Service, ferret report) by Stephen J Martin, 1980
  9. Aspects of the biology of the ferret,: Mustela putorius forma furo L. at Pukepuke Lagoon (New Zealand. Dept. of Internal Affairs. Wildlife publication) by R. B Lavers, 1973
  10. Final environmental impact statement, Black-footed Ferret reintroduction Conata Basin/Badlands, South Dakota (SuDoc I 1.98:B 56/5/FINAL) by U.S. Geological Survey, 1994
  11. Gleanings from the Press: The Ferret(NATURE/WILDLIFE/ANIMALS) by ANONYMOUS, 1856
  12. Inventory of potential black-footed ferret habitat in the White River Resource Area, Colorado (Cooperative education publication) by Gebecca L Gilbert, 1977
  13. Black-footed ferrets return to Kansas.: An article from: Endangered Species Bulletin by Dan Mulhern, 2009-03-22
  14. Wildlife in Peril: The Endangered Mammals of Colorado : River Otter, Black-Footed Ferret, Wolverine, Lynx, Grizzly Bear, Gray Wolf by John A. Murray, 1987-05

1. Ferret - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The ferret is a domesticated mammal of the type Mustela putorius furo. Ferrets are sexually dimorphic predators with males being substantially larger than females.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about the mammal. For other uses, see Ferret (disambiguation) Ferret Conservation status Domesticated Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Carnivora
Family: Mustelidae
Genus: Mustela
Species: M. putorius
Subspecies: M. p. furo
Trinomial name
Mustela putorius furo
Synonyms Mustela furo Linnaeus, 1758 The ferret is a domesticated mammal of the type Mustela putorius furo . Ferrets are sexually dimorphic 1.5–4 pounds (0.7–2 kg) Several other small, elongated carnivorous mammals belonging to the family Mustelidae weasels ) also have the word ferret in their common names, including an endangered species , the Black-footed Ferret . The ferret is a very close relative of the polecat, but it is as yet unclear whether it is a domesticated form of the European Polecat , the Steppe Polecat , or some hybrid of the two. Being so closely related to polecats, ferrets are quite easily able to hybridize with them, and this has occasionally resulted in feral colonies of ferret-polecat hybrids that have been perceived to have caused damage to native fauna, perhaps most notably in New Zealand. As a result, some parts of the world have imposed restrictions on the keeping of ferrets.

2. Censuses And Surveys - Wild About Utah - A Production Of Utah Public Radio/KUSU/
American Black Bear, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, (tracking) Blackfooted Ferrets, Wildlife Review Utah Division of Wildlife

3. Detailed Pet Portraits Alive By Creative Design!
Detailed pet portraits, in graphite and colored pencil, of cats, dogs, ferrets, horses, small animals and wildlife. The index page of the ferret/wildlife gallery.
The Joy of Ferrets
"The Council"
Ten ferrets
Portrait size: over 15 x 20-inches
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USA Ferrets are intriguing little pets to draw. Being highly intelligent, inquisitive and charming, it is a sheer delight to capture these pets at their best. Like all pets, each ferret has its own unique personality. Home Meet the Artist Contact Me Price List ... Links
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4. YouTube - Black Footed Ferrets
Pets Animals. Tags black; footed; ferrets; wildlife; South; Dakota

5. Mammal Populations Of The Colorado Plateau
Mammal Populations. Adapted from Mac, M. J., Opler, P. A., Haecker, C. E. P. and Doran, P. D., editors. 1998. Status and Trends of the Nation's
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Adapted from Mac, M. J., Opler, P. A., Haecker, C. E. P. and Doran, P. D., editors. 1998. Status and Trends of the Nation's Biological Resources - Southwest. United States Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division, 986 pp. Also available at Desert bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis nelsoni). Photo courtesy H.E.McCutchen On the Colorado Plateau changes in native mammalian diversity began to be apparent by the late 1800s and early 1900s with the arrival of the railroad and the large numbers of livestock it brought to the region. With the decline of native ungulate populations (Mackie et al.1982) during and following Anglo settlement , large native carnivores such as grizzly bears, gray wolves and mountain lions began to prey on domestic livestock. The Bureau of Biological Survey trapped huge numbers of predators, eventually extirpating the gray wolf and grizzly bear from the region (Brown 1983). An effort is now underway to reintroduce the gray wolf in a few unsettled areas.

6. San Diego Wildlife Reviews - Find Wildlife In San Diego, CA
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7. DFG - Nongame Wildlife Program - Ferrets - Biology And Uses
biology and uses of the ferret. taxonomy; description; biology, physiology, and diseases; history of ferrets in the u.s. uses of the domestic ferret
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8. Ferrets - Offbeat - Ferrets - Offbeat - Care2 News Network
Offbeat (tags environment, animals, protection, ferrets, wildlife) Cher 124 days ago -
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9. Art By Stef
Art by Stef, aka Ferretstef. An artist specializing in paintings of nature, ferrets, wildlife, and other animals, in many types of media.
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Welcome to the wild, whimsical world of music that is my mind. Each painting is a song that you can hear with your eyes. Here ferrets sing, and alligators dance. There is always something playing, from easy listening to remixes. Check out hits from past and present. Requests and encores accepted. Enjoy! Back in late September and early October, some of my ferret art fans noticed I didn't paint as many ferrets as usual. Have no fear, I am still Ferretstef - I actually painted a lot of ferrets during that time, and now you get to see where they all went! On September 13th, I was contacted by Valerie Michalski of the Greater Chicago Ferret Association (GCFA). She'd been put in charge of the awards for their "Greatest Ferret Show on Earth" on October 9th, and had been trying to find someone to make custom handpainted trophies; but was having little success, especially given the short time constraints. Then she found my website and fell in love with Buttercup Baby and Whadda Face , they were perfect examples of the art she wanted. Could I make trophies for her show?

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11. The Wildlife Society
The Wildlife Society (TWS), founded in 1937, is an international, professional nonprofit scientific association dedicated to excellence in wildlife stewardship through science and

12. Veterinary Jobs - Animal Care And Control Half Time Veterinarian Jobs
of livestock including but not limited to horses, goats, fowl, and cattle; small domestic mammals including but not limited to rabbits, guinea pigs, rodents, and ferrets; wildlife
Animal Care and Control Half Time Veterinarian Jobs Written by Administrator Friday, 20 June 2008
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand, walk, palpate, handle or feel, reach with hands and arms, talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to sit, climb or balance, and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision (including microscopy), distance vision and peripheral vision.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to outside weather conditions, and is exposed to potentially volatile situations which can present risk of violence or injury. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited College or University with a Doctoral Degree in Veterinary Medicine. Two years of professional experience providing medical care and treatment to a variety of exotic or domestic animals.
Must be primarily proficient in canine and feline veterinary medicine, but also capable in evaluating basic health status of livestock including but not limited to horses, goats, fowl, and cattle; small domestic mammals including but not limited to rabbits, guinea pigs, rodents, and ferrets; wildlife including but not limited to rabbits, squirrels, geese, raptors, pigeons, caiman, and raccoons; and other animals including but not limited to fish, tarantulas, scorpions, snakes, turtles, and iguanas.

13. Putney RSPCA Animal Hospital
There are birds, reptiles, amphibians and lots of small mammals guinea pigs, rabbits, rats, hamsters and ferrets. Wildlife and exotic casualties include foxes, water birds
PUTNEY RSPCA ANIMAL HOSPITAL Welcome to the Putney Animal Hospital! Welcome to the Putney Animal Hospital We provide a high quality 24-hour Veterinary service for sick and injured owned, stray and wildlife animals. Treatment and care is given to animals belonging to people who are on supplementary benefits or low income who cannot afford private Veterinary fees and who live within the M25 area. Stray pets and wildlife found within the M25 area are also treated at Putney Hospital and then released or re-homed. With eight wards, two operating theatres, X-Ray, laboratory, dispensary and a 24-hour telephone service, customer care is one of the top priorities - and that means owners as well as the animals! OUT-PATIENTS Every weekday our clinics are open from 9am to 4pm, seeing over 40,000 outpatients a year. At other times, the Vets and Nurses are available for emergency treatment. HAPPY ENDING! Some stories have a happy ending! Because this cat was fitted with a microchip, he was re-united with his owner after being missing for five weeks! The hospital admits over 20 stray cats a week, but not all the strays are cats. There are birds, reptiles, amphibians and lots of small mammals - guinea pigs, rabbits, rats, hamsters and ferrets. Wildlife and exotic casualties include foxes, water birds, raptors, snakes and even the odd badger, seal and tarantula!

14. YouTube - Rochester Raccoon Rehab
Pets Animals. Tags raccoon; motor; city; ferrets; wildlife; rehab

15. Animal Health - Inspect And Licence - Movements
Pet Travel Scheme (dogs, cats and ferrets) Wildlife and endangered species (CITES and wild bird registration) Livestock Movement and Identification
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In the event of a disease outbreak the precise location of all livestock is essential for effective measures to control and eradicate highly contagious viruses. To try and stop the spread of disease there are strict rules controlling the identification and movements of livestock. These rules apply to you even if you only keep one animal of the species covered. These pages explain how you must identify and move livestock. The following are links to Defra pages
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Animal Health license the movement of animals involved in long-distance transport.

16. Chinchillas — Blogs, Pictures, And More On WordPress
months ago A governmentissued recall on exotic pets has citizens in an uproar. The recall, issued Monday morni … more → Tags Earth-based Nature, Exotic Pets, Ferrets, wildlife

17. OSU College Of Veterinary Medicine To Host Pet Day On May 1 | News & Research Co
and others who will provide information on animal health and wellness, nutrition, adoption and therapy. Other booths and displays will feature llamas, goats, ferrets, wildlife
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CORVALLIS, Ore. – Veterinary students at Oregon State University will coordinate one of the most popular annual spring events on campus this Saturday, May 1, when the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine hosts its 23rd annual Pet Day celebration. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the college will open its doors to two- and four-legged visitors for tours, demonstrations, exhibits and socialization. The event annually draws some 3,000 to 4,000 visitors, many bringing their pets (which should be on leashes). Pet Day is held at Magruder Hall, located on 30th Street just west of the Merritt Truax Indoor Center. The event is free and open to the public, although a handful of activities will have nominal fees that serve as fund-raisers for the Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association and other student clubs, including a dog wash, pony rides, a fun run and a pet photo booth. “Pet Day is a fun event for the community and as we continue to expand our capacity for teaching students and treating large and small animals, it represents an excellent opportunity for the public to see the first-rate facilities we have and meet some of our outstanding people,” said Cyril Clarke, dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine.

18. Wildlife-Education
Owners of pet ferrets should have their animals vaccinated against canine distemper which is fatal in ferrets. Wildlife rehabbers should quarantine any new rehabs until they get a
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Raccoon Distemper
Next to humans, the second leading cause of death of raccoons is distemper. Raccoons are susceptible to infection by both canine and feline distemper. Although they both can cause acute illness and death, they are caused by two completely different viruses. Canine Distemper is a a highly contagious disease of carnivores caused by a virus that affects animals in the families Canidae, Mustelidae and Procyonidae.
Canine distemper is common when raccoon populations are large. The virus is widespread and mortality in juveniles is higher than in adults. Feline distemper, also called feline panleukopenia, catplague, cat fever, feline agranulocytosis, and feline infectious enteritis, is an acute, highly infectious viral disease affecting members of the Felidae, Mustelidae and Procyonidae.

19. Saginaw Texas Veterinary, Vet Hospital, Animal Clinic
Not only dogs, but also cats, ferrets, wildlife, and rarely humans. Adult heartworms are less common in cats, but there is strong evidence that larvae (immature heartworms) can
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Myths About Heartworms MYTH #1 - Heartworms only affect dogs. - FALSE!
Not only dogs, but also cats, ferrets, wildlife, and rarely humans. Adult heartworms are less common in cats, but there is strong evidence that larvae (immature heartworms) can cause disease in the lungs of cats. Heartworm prevention is recommended for both dogs and cats. MYTH #2 - My pet lives indoors and wont catch heartworms. - FALSE!
Since heartworms are transmitted by mosquitoes, even indoor dogs and cats are exposed to heartworms. MYTH #3 - Heartworm prevention is only needed in the summer. - FALSE!
In our area, mosquitoes are present all year long. MYTH #4 - Heartworms cant be treated. - FALSE!
MYTH #5 - Heartworm prevention is expensive. - FALSE!
Several brands of heartworm preventatives are available, including a six month injection. For added convenience, some products include flea medications. But basic heartworm prevention can cost less than $3 a month for small dogs to less than $6 for dogs up to 100 lbs. (And dont believe the commercials claiming to have lower prices than vets the prices at CRPH are often lower!) Heartworms are a serious medical risk to pets, and we recommend all dogs and cats in our area be on heartworm prevention year round for their whole life.

20. Detailed Pet Portraits Alive By Creative Design!
Pet Portrait Galleries Cats Color Dogs Ferrets/Wildlife Horses Multiple Pets Creative Background1 Creative Background-2 Puppies More Llamas Two Pets
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