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Assateague pony One of the ponies living on Assateague Island.  landuse,Assateague,parks
Assateague ponyPhoto (JPG) Joanna WoernerIAN, UMCES316 views2 downloads (Details)One of the ponies living on Assateague Island. Add to lightbox
Assateague pony One of the ponies living on Assateague Island.  landuse,Assateague,parks
Assateague ponyPhoto (JPG) Joanna WoernerIAN, UMCES359 views2 downloads (Details)One of the ponies living on Assateague Island. Add to lightbox
Assateague pony One of the ponies living on Assateague Island.  landuse,Assateague,parks
Assateague ponyPhoto (JPG) Joanna WoernerIAN, UMCES279 views6 downloads (Details)One of the ponies living on Assateague Island. Add to lightbox
Assateague pony One of the ponies living on Assateague Island.  landuse,Assateague,parks
Assateague ponyPhoto (JPG) Joanna WoernerIAN, UMCES344 views8 downloads (Details)One of the ponies living on Assateague Island. Add to lightbox
White-tailed deer family of deer show their 'flags' and run off white-tailed deer,pest,species,overpopulation
White-tailed deerPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES249 views10 downloads (Details)family of deer show their 'flags' and run offAdd to lightbox
Young red fox young red fox scurries back into the pine woods on campus Vulpes,vulpes,mammal,kit
Young red foxPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES202 views3 downloads (Details)young red fox scurries back into the pine woods on campusAdd to lightbox
Young red fox on grass young red fox next to the pine woods on campus Vulpes,vulpes,mammal,kit
Young red fox on grassPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES276 views4 downloads (Details)young red fox next to the pine woods on campusAdd to lightbox
White-tailed deer family on road Two does and three fawns graze the day lilies next to busy road Odocoileus,virginianus,mammal,pest,species,road,hazard,overpopulation,overgrazing
White-tailed deer family on roadPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES201 views3 downloads (Details)Two does and three fawns graze the day lilies next to busy roadAdd to lightbox
Large doe crossing road View through my windshield of doe that just crossed the road right in front of my car, and then stopped. Odocoileus,virginianus,mammal,pest,species,road,hazard,overpopulation,overgrazing
Large doe crossing roadPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES402 views2 downloads (Details)View through my windshield of doe that just crossed the road right in front of my car, and then stopped.Add to lightbox
White-tailed deer family Two does and three fawns return to the pine woods Odocoileus,virginianus,mammal,pest,species,road,hazard,overpopulation,overgrazing
White-tailed deer familyPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES304 views6 downloads (Details)Two does and three fawns return to the pine woodsAdd to lightbox
Green monkey of St. Kitts During the 17th century, African green monkeys (Chlorocebus sabaeus) were brought to the island of St Kitts, West Indies from Africa and are now considered an evolutionarily separate species. While enjoyed by tourists, their large numbers can cause problems with habitat destruction and possible water contamination. introduced,species,exotic,species,animal,disease,zoonoses,water,pollution,St. Kitts,Caribbean
Green monkey of St. KittsPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES298 views0 downloads (Details)During the 17th century, African green monkeys (Chlorocebus sabaeus) were brought to the island of St Kitts, West Indies from Africa and are now considered an evolutionarily separate species. While enjoyed by tourists, their large numbers can cause problems with habitat destruction and possible water contamination.Add to lightbox
Green monkey of St. Kitts During the 17th century, African green monkeys (Chlorocebus sabaeus) were brought to the island of St Kitts, West Indies from Africa and are now considered an evolutionarily separate species. While enjoyed by tourists, their large numbers can cause problems with habitat destruction and possible water contamination. introduced,species,exotic,species,animal,disease,zoonoses,water,pollution,St. Kitts,Caribbean
Green monkey of St. KittsPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES347 views4 downloads (Details)During the 17th century, African green monkeys (Chlorocebus sabaeus) were brought to the island of St Kitts, West Indies from Africa and are now considered an evolutionarily separate species. While enjoyed by tourists, their large numbers can cause problems with habitat destruction and possible water contamination.Add to lightbox

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