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boar (Sus scrofa). The boar throughout all time of supervision was noticed twice at the beginning and at the end of the period of supervision. The first time a boar visually was not noticed, but sounds characteristic for it were well audible, the second time it was already noticed visually from distance about two meters.

forest mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus). During the entire period of supervision in the territory of the town forest mice who occupied otnorka and the territory, adjacent to them which is not occupied by a badger were marked out. In total about 30 mice were noticed.

forest mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus). During the entire period of supervision in the territory of the town forest mice who occupied otnorka and the territory, adjacent to them which is not occupied by a badger were marked out. In total about 15 mice were noticed.

At the age of 4–6 months at begins poorly expressed decrease in intensity of growth which becomes covered in addition in weight at the expense of the beginning autumn obesity. In general, independently eating young growth grows quickly enough, and the increase in body weight at is observed up to the maximum weight in the winter. 2,5–3 kg of a barsuchat which are so weighing in July by October double the weight, and for the period of a bedding in hibernation, they already weigh about 9 kg. In the first hibernation of a barsuchat remain with mother in a hole.

Researches were conducted by supervision over the town of a badger in the 509th square. The zasidka on the tree which was in the territory of the town at height ≈ 4m was for this purpose made. It gave the chance to watch all otnorka from one place. Also the number of otnorok was counted (and the scheme of their arrangement in the territory of the town is made only 1, for examination what of them it borrows at present as at the first inspection of a condition of the town it was revealed that some of otnorok were destroyed.

spring and summer period: the percent of the eaten mouse-like rodents decreases, the share of the got insects and their larvae grows, the percent of birds and reptiles increases, still essential place is taken by vegetable objects;

On the holes which were in 396 and 464 squares in the evening departure was made. At inspection of a hole in the 464th square signs of the inhabited town are not found. A hole in the 396th square it was manned, and signs characteristic for a badger brood were revealed.