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No statistical support for wolf control and maternal penning as conservation measures for endangered mountain caribou

In 2019, the government of British Columbia killed more than 460 wolves as part of the province’s multimillion-dollar caribou recovery plan.  Now, a study from the University of Alberta suggests that the cull is doing little to save the most … read more

Trumpeter Swan Killed by Gray Wolf in Minnesota

Canis lupus (Gray Wolf) have been suspected as natural predators of Cygnus buccinator (Trumpeter Swan), but detailed descriptions of such predation events are lacking from the peer-reviewed literature. Herein, we document a Trumpeter Swan that was killed by a Gray … read more

Species Richness Within an Urban Coyote (Canis latrans) Territory in Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Atlanta, GA, USA, has been one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the US over the past several decades, with a human population now close to 6 million. Urbanization has been rapid and widespread, thereby creating a highly fragmented … read more

Response of Moose Hunters to Predation following Wolf Return in Sweden

Background: Predation and hunter harvest constitute the main mortality factors affecting the size and dynamics of many exploited populations. The re-colonization by wolves (Canis lupus) of the Scandinavian Peninsula may therefore substantially reduce hunter harvest of moose (Alces alces), the … read more

Observations of Deer and Wolves during the 2017 Moose Survey Mike Schrage, Fond du Lac Resource Management Division

Each year, we conduct an aerial survey in northeastern Minnesota in an effort to monitor moose numbers (DelGiudice, 2017). While the objectives of this annual survey are to estimate moose numbers and demographics; since 2010, wolf and deer observations have … read more

Minnesota Moose Are Some Tough Critters But Research Is Showing That Complex Factors Are Combining To Make Their Survival More And More Precarious

Minnesota moose are some tough critters but research is showing that complex factors are combining to make their survival more and more precarious. Just how tough are moose? And how complex can the situation become for the largest member of … read more

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