Data from: Quantifying risk and resource use for a large carnivore in an expanding urban-wildland interface

Wynne E. Moss, Mathew W. Alldredge & Jonathan N. Pauli
Large carnivores, though globally threatened, are increasingly using developed landscapes. However, most of our knowledge of their ecology is derived from studies in wildland systems; thus, for effective conservation and management, there is a need to understand their behavioural plasticity and risk of mortality in more developed landscapes. We examined cougar Puma concolor foraging ecology and survival in an expanding urban–wildland system in Colorado from 2007 to 2013. For GPS-collared individuals, we related diet (n...
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