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Anticipated effects of development on habitat fragmentation and movement of mammals into and out of the Schoodic District, Acadia National Park, Maine

Wildlife you see in a national park or other reserved area don't know about the park boundary. Bobcat, martens, mink, and moose need different types of living space and habitat. Development outside the park affects their ability to inhabit the park.

by Rohweder, Jason J.; De Jager, Nathan R.; and Guntenspergen, Glenn R.
U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2012-5149
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