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The Western North American Naturalist (formerly Great Basin Naturalist) publishes peer-reviewed experimental and descriptive research pertaining to the biological natural history of western North America.

Submissions are always welcome. Please submit manuscripts to our editorial management system here.

For inquiries, please contact us by email at wnan@byu.edu or phone at 801-422-6688.

See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.

Current Issue: Volume 79, Number 4 (2019)

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Articles

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Carnivore carrying behavior as documented with wildlife camera traps
Rebecca M. Windell, Jesse S. Lewis, Ashley R. Gramza, and Kevin R. Crooks

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Environmental determinants of recruitment success of subalpine fir (Abies lasiocarpa) in a mixed-conifer forest
Elizah Z. Stephens, Christopher P. Murar, Daniel B. Tinker, and Paige E. Copenhaver-Parry

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Expect the unexpected: a new ant from a backyard in Utah
John T. Longino and Douglas B. Booher

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Novel host-bacterial symbioses revealed: characterization of Wolbachia in arthropods of western North America
Joanne P. Odden, Wyatt Eng, Kelsey Lee, Helen Donelick, Mallory Hiefield, Jamie Steach, and Lauren Chan

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Evaluation of an elk detection probability model in the Black Hills, South Dakota
Evan C. Phillips, Chadwick P. Lehman, Robert W. Klaver, Angela R. Jarding, Susan P. Rupp, Jonathan A. Jenks, and Christopher N. Jacques

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Golden Eagle predation on endangered San Joaquin kit foxes
Brian L. Cypher, Kenneth A. Spencer, Tory L. Westall, and Daniel E. Meade

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Continued westward expansion of woodchucks (Marmota monax) in Nebraska
Ashley J. Forrester, Brian C. Peterson, Jourdan M. Ringenberg, Shannon M. Schlater, and Keith Geluso

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Variation in reproductive timing for the northern long-eared myotis (Myotis septentrionalis) across Nebraska
Keith Geluso, Cliff A. Lemen, Patricia W. Freeman, Brett R. Andersen, Jeremy A. White, and Heather M. Johnson

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Photographic records confirming the presence of Wild Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo ssp.) in the Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve of Guanajuato, Mexico
Manuel Rangel-Rojas, Juan F. Charre-Medellín, Tiberio C. Monterrubio-Rico, Gloria Magaña-Cota, José S. Contreras-Robledo, Luis Sáenz-Villa, and Luis Vázquez-Sandoval

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