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Here is a list of additional resources and links to various subjects, as well as a literature list of references that contributed to the information of badgers presented here.

Badger Ecology

Badger Tracks

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Ontario Badgers outreach material

gov't reports and legal documents, and incentive programs

Conservation / Tallgrass information and restoration services

contributing organizations

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References and sources

(this website consists of information from our own personal observations and research, as well as data from these journal sources and personal communications)

  • Apps, C.D., N.J. Newhouse, and T.A. Kinley.  2002.  Habitat associations of American badgers in Southeastern British Columbia.  Canadian Journal of Zoology,  80:1228-1239.
  • COSEWIC. 2000. COSEWIC assessment and update status report on the American badger in Canada. Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
  • Davis, H., and C. Hoodicoff. 2003. Conservation Strategies for North American badgers in the Thompson & Okanagan Regions. Final Report for the Thompson-Okanagan Badger Project, Artemis Wildlife Consultants.
  • Eldridge, D.J. 2004. Mounds of the American Badger (Taxidea taxus): significant features of North American Shrub-steppe ecosystems. Journal of Mammalogy, 85(6): 1060-1067.
  • Goodrich, J.M. and S. Buskirk. 1998. Spacing and ecology of North American badgers (Taxidea taxus) in a prairie-dog (Cynomys leucurus) complex. Journal of Mammalogy, 79 (1): 171-179.
  • Hoodicoff, C.S. 2003. Ecology of badgers (Taxidea taxus jeffersonii) in the Thompson Region of British Columbia: Implication for conservation. M.Sc. Thesis
  • Jager, H.I., E.A. Carr, and R.A. Efroymson. 2006. Simulated effects of habitat loss and fragmentation on a solitary mustelid predator. Ecological Modelling, 191: 416-430.
  • Kyle, C.J., R. Weir, N. Newhouse, H. Davis, and C. Strobeck. 2004. Genetic structure of sensitive and endangered Northwestern badger populations (Taxidea taxus taxus and T.T. Jeffersonii). Journal of Mammalogy, 84 (4): 633-639.
  • Long, C.A. 1973.  Taxidea taxus. The American Society of Mammalogist, 26: 1-4.
  • Newhouse, N.J. 1998. East Kootenay Badger Project: 1997/98 Year-End Summary Report. Sylvan Consulting Ltd.
  • Newhouse, N. and T. Kinley.  1999.  Update COSEWIC Status Report on American Badger (Taxidea taxus).  COSEWIC. 24pp.
  • Newhouse, N.J., C. Hoodicoff, and H. Page. 2007. Protocol for monitoring the effectiveness of badger wildlife habitat areas. Badger WHA Effectiveness Monitoring Version 1.4, Sylvan Consulting Ltd.
  • Ramey, C.A., and J.B. Bourassa. 2005. Badger movement ecology in Colorado agriculture areas after a fire.  Proceedings of the 11th Wildlife Damage Management Conference. D.L. Nolte, K.A. Fagerstone, Eds: 337-348.
  • Rahme, A.H., A.S. Harstad, and F.L. Bunnell. 1995. Status of Badgers in British Columbia. Wildlife Working Report No. WR-72
  • Scobie, D. 2002. Status of the American Badger (Taxidea taxus) in Alberta. Alberta Wildlife Status Report No.43.
  • Richard Klafki - B.C. Badger Researcher
  • Mary Gartshore - Norfolk Field Naturalists / Ontario Badger Recovery Team
  • Jared Duquette - Ohio Badger Researcher
  • Barb Ver Steeg - Illinois Badger Researcher

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