The Wolf Intelligencer

"When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe." John Muir

Journal Articles – Behavior

A Livestock Guardian Dog by Any Other Name: Similar Response to Wolves Across Livestock Guardian Dog Breeds
D Kinka, JK Young – Rangeland Ecology & Management, 2018

[HTML] Woodland caribou habitat selection patterns in relation to predation risk and forage abundance depend on reproductive state
R Viejou, T Avgar, GS Brown, BR Patterson, DEB Reid… – Ecology and Evolution, 2018

Functional composition of temperate forest trees under chronic ungulate herbivory
PO Hedwall, M Churski, B Jędrzejewska, S Miścicki… – Journal of Vegetation Science

Pup‐rearing habitat use in a harvested carnivore
CE Jacobs, DE Ausband – The Journal of Wildlife Management, February 2018

Can wolves suppress goodwill for leopards? Need for further evidence
B Ghasemi, GT Kyle – Biological Conservation, 2017

[HTML] Winter hunting behavior and habitat selection of wolves in a low-density prey system;I Johnson, T Brinkman, B Lake, C Brown – Wildlife Biology, 2017

Predictors of Behavioral Flexibility and Problem-Solving in Carnivora
Oakland University, Michigan, Z Johnson-Ulrich – 2017

Seasonal foraging strategies of Alaskan gray wolves (Canislupus) in an ecosystem subsidized by Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.);E Ashley, V Grant, M Jeffrey – Canadian journal of zoology, 2017

Social behavior-induced multistability in minimal competitive ecosystems
D Melchionda, E Pastacaldi, C Perri, M Banerjee… – Journal of Theoretical Biology; 2017

Snow conditions influence grey wolf (Canis lupus) travel paths: the effect of human-created linear features; A Droghini, S Boutin – Canadian Journal of Zoology, 22 August 2017

Quantity discrimination in canids: Dogs (Canis familiaris) and wolves (Canis lupus) compared; MPM Elena, CDL Wynne – Behavioural Processes, 9 September 2017

 [PDF] Singing in a wolf chorus: structure and complexity of a multicomponent acoustic behaviour; D Passilongo, M Marchetto, M Apollonio – Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy, 2017

[HTML] Territory surveillance and prey management: Wolves keep track of space and time; UE Schlägel, EH Merrill, MA Lewis – Ecology and Evolution, , 2017

[PDF] Beyond Distributed Cognition: Towards a Taxonomy of Nonreductive Social Cognition; ZA Neemeh, LH Favela

[PDF] Male-Female Interaction and How this changes throughout the year in Captive Wolves (Canis lupus); J Claridge – University of Roehampton, Department of Life Sciences,19 May 2017

Characterization and minimization of the stress response to trapping in free-ranging wolves (Canis lupus): insights from physiology and behavior; Nuno Santos ORCID Icon, Helena Rio-Maior, Mónia Nakamura, Sara Roque, Ricardo Brandão & Francisco Álvares; The International Journal on the Biology of Stress; 28 Aug 2017


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