Each mouse probably has refuges, each containing a nest, strategically located in its home range.
"Breeds—and a long way from the home range," she added musingly.
The home range is used most intensively near centers of activity that are near woodland edges or in other areas of good cover.
They were headed for their home range, and would not pause until they had reached it.
Several workers, including Blair and Hamilton (1937c), have studied the home range of M. pennsylvanicus.
He always ranged with a bunch on what we call the home range.
The home range was generally anywhere within a twenty-mile radius of the ranch house.
But, as a matter of course, during the winter months, some will wander many miles from their home range.
Occasional individuals apparently get lost and undergo a period of wandering before they re-establish a home range.
The home range is a sectional portion that lies between streams that are partly settled by farmers and stockmen.