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Testing Fladry as a Nonlethal Management Tool for Wolves and Coyotes in Michigan

Several forms of nonlethal management exist, but field testing is problematic, and few such techniques have been tested on free-ranging wolves (Canis lupus) or other predators. We tested fladry in the eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan during the summers of … read more

Coyotes in Wolves Clothing

We report on three presumed wolf pups captured in Michigan’s northern Lower Peninsula, potentially representing the first documented case of wolf reproduction in the Lower Peninsula since wolves were extirpated there a century ago. The pups, two females and one … read more

Factors Affecting the Elicitation of Vocal Responses From Coyotes Canis Latrans

Long-distance vocalizations by canids play an important role in communication among individuals, and researchers have elicited these vocalizations to estimate canid occurrence and relative abundance. We evaluated the efficacy of broadcasted coyote Canis latrans group-yip calls and gray wolf C. … read more

Commentary: Eastern Coyotes have Wolf Ancestry, not Dog DNA

Prevailing biological theory is that the coyotes coming from the north encountered wolf populations …. read more

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