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Chipmunks - Population Size

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Dennis Owca Burnsville MN. USA
Chipmunks are well established throughout the United States and Canada. Species numbers appear to be stable. However, there are a few factors that can lead either to decline, or growth of Chipmunk population. Natural predators are one of the most influential factors. The species has many predators that have to be avoided. The Chipmunk suffers from foxes, snakes, coyotes, weasels, and other animals. Owls also present a threat for Chipmunks. However, owl attacks do not occur too often since Chipmunks are usually active during the daytime.

Chipmunks also suffer from traffic. Quite a number of rodents are killed yearly on roadsides. Competition for food and area is also a limiting factor for the Chipmunk. The species may fight squirrels and other small mammals, which is sometimes lethal. Attacks during the breeding season can also lead to death.

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Chipmunks ate sometimes kept as pets. They make good human companions and are fun to watch. Besides, the Chipmunk is a curious sight in the wild. Its habits and behavior have yet to be learned. Also, the species is of economic importance to humans. These small rodents are instrumental in seed spread. They improve the ecosystem by storing seeds for food.

However, in some regions the population of Chipmunks is really great. The species is considered a harmful pest and has to be managed. The Chipmunk is likely to be detrimental to wildlife since it damages pine seeds and prevents reforestation. Trapping is considered one of the most effective ways to manage the species. It is recommended to avoid poisoning while managing Chipmunks due to its negative influence on the ecology of the region.

Chipmunks - Management Links

Animal Diversity Web - Sonoma Chipmunks - Learn of the geographic range, physical characteristics, and natural habits of Tamias sonomae. Includes a list of references.

Canadian Biodiversity: Least Chipmunks - Brief information and a picture.

Chipmunk Control - Products for Chipmunk management.
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The Chipmunk Place © 1996-2003
Dennis Owca Burnsville MN. USA

Chipmunk Control, Tamias striatus - Species description, damage brought, diseases from Chipmunk bites, and myths about Chipmunks.

Chipmunk Publications - Chipmunk profile, and prevention and control.

Chipmunks, Squirrels: Cute Rodents, Ugly Pests - You wouldn't ordinarily think of those cute little Chipmunks frolicking in the sun outside your home as rodents, but they are pests that can invade your home during the winter months and make a big mess.

Controlling Nuisance: Chipmunks - University of Missouri Extension with information on Chipmunk management.

Damage Prevention and Control Methods - Information on Chipmunks and means of control. PDF file.

Eastern Chipmunk Overview - Chipmunk characteristics, natural history, and more.

Eliminating Chipmunk Pests - Means to manage the Chipmunk.

Game Commission Wildlife Management - Biology, population, and habitat of the Chipmunk.

Georgia Wildlife: Tamias striatus - Species description, life cycle, range, and status.

Ground Squirrels and Chipmunks - Information on the prevention of Ground Squirrel and Chipmunk damage.

Home Range Size Indicators for the Eastern Chipmunk - There is currently a study being performed where in the diversity of small mammals is being looked at through out the Adirondacks.

Mammals of Pennsylvania - Eastern Chipmunks - Distribution map of the species.

Managing Chipmunk Problems in Kentucky - Biology of the species, and prevention and control.

Northwestern Ontario Mammal Species: Least Chipmunks - Description, habitat, diet, and other notes.
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The Chipmunk Place © 1996-2003
Dennis Owca Burnsville MN. USA

Red-Tailed Chipmunk Management - Current plans for Waterton Lakes National Park, where most of the Alberta population of Red-Tailed Chipmunks reside,

Species-Specific Management (SSM): Chipmunks - Eastern Chipmunk information, managing for food supplies, managing faunal space, managing losses, and monitoring and feedback.

Status of the Lodgepole Chipmunk (Tamias speciosus speciosus) in Southern California - The purpose of the project is to determine if populations of the Lodgepole Chipmunk are still present in the San Jacinto Mountains in southern California.

The Chipmunk Place - Explains the differences between a western and an eastern Chipmunk. Learn facts, control tips, photos, and related links.

The Eastern Chipmunk (Tamias striatus) - Account of the problems caused by this mammal, and how it may be controlled and managed.

The Life of the Chipmunk Animal - Characteristics, eating habits, and other information.

Wildlife Damage Control: Chipmunks - In large numbers, Chipmunks can cause structural damage by burrowing under patios, stairs, retention walls, or foundations. PDF article.

Wildlife Help Center - Chipmunks - About Chipmunks, problems and solutions, and public health concerns.




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