characteristic that helps an animal use its habitat more efficiently.
appearance of growth rings in a tooth that is used to determine age.
who studies living organisms and their relationship to one another.
of dead animals, usually found in nature in the process of decay.
of animals of a given type which can be supported in a given area by enough
food an shelter
tan, brown, cinnamon and black. Various shades of brown, black, white (kermode),
and blue (glacier).
use of natural resources in a way that assures their continuing availability
to future generations.
population threatened with extinction.
of time when the female will accept the male for breeding
and Game Department
responsible for wildlife management.
usage, weeds and herbs.
for animals which may be managed and hunted only under regulation
that lives close to humans and occasionally feeds on garbage.
of food, water, shelter and space suitable to animals' needs.
a state of some animals
that occurs when they slow their metabolism, body temperature, and breathing
rates to low levels during winter months to help conserve energy.
in which an animal travels in the scope of normal activities to meet its
of wildlife with one another and with the various elements of their environment.
which eats both plant and animal matter
of one animal killing another animal for food.
to use body parts like a hand to grasp things.