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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

2011-2012 Elk Brucellosis Survey and Research Summary

In the winter of 2011-2012 Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks initiated the second year of a multiyear project with the goals of delineating the geographical distribution of brucellosis in elk populations, enhancing our understanding of how brucellosis functions in elk … read more

University of Arizona genetics research verifies purity of Mexican wolf

Genome-Wide Analysis of SNPs Is Consistent with No Domestic Dog Ancestry in the Endangered Mexican Wolf (Canis lupus baileyi) Robert R. Fitak, Sarah E. Rinkevich, and Melanie Culver From the Department of Biology, Duke University, Box 90338 Durham, NC 27708 … read more

Research Review Finds that Weak Science has Bolstered the U.S. Government’s Predator-Control Practices

Non-lethal methods were more effective than lethal methods in preventing carnivore predation on livestock generally… read more

New Research Library on Red Wolf Coalition website! Check it out!

Thanks to the effort, time and energy of a prominent researcher, we have about 100 papers and documents available on our website for anyone interested in red wolves. Thanks also to our webmaster and board vice-chair Mark MacAllister for putting this page up on our site. read more

New Research: Saving large carnivores, but losing the apex predator?

The ecological role of large carnivores is a main motivator for their conservation, and hunting can impact the performance of large carnivores as apex predators. New research recommends that conservation goals consider this perspective. read more

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