The Wolf Intelligencer

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

Wolves in Glacier National Park (Montana, United States)

Who eats who?

Salwasser H. Context dependence of elk (Cervus elaphus) vigilance and wolf (Canis lupus) predation risk. Eisenberg C, Hibbs DE, Ripple WJ, Canadian journal of zoology. 2014 Jun

Factors correlated with foraging behavior of wolves in and near Glacier National Park, Montana. Kunkel KE, Pletscher DH, Boyd DK, Ream RR, Fairchild MW. The Journal of wildlife management. 2004 Jan

Modeled climate-induced glacier change in Glacier National Park, 1850–2100. Hall MH, Fagre DB. BioScience. 2003 Feb

A half century of change in alpine treeline patterns at Glacier National Park, Montana, USA. Klasner FL, Fagre DB. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 2002 Feb

Temporal patterns of ecosystem processes on simulated landscapes in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA. Keane RE, Morgan P, White JD. Landscape Ecology. 1999 Jun

Winter prey selection by wolves and cougars in and near Glacier National Park Montana. Kunkel KE, Ruth TK, Pletscher DH, Hornocker MG. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 1999 Jul

Characteristics of dispersal in a colonizing wolf population in the central Rocky Mountains. Boyd DK, Pletscher DH. The Journal of wildlife management. 1999 Oct

Prey taken by colonizing wolves and hunters in the Glacier National Park area. Boyd DK, Ream RR, Pletscher DH, Fairchild MW. The Journal of wildlife management. 1994 Apr

A cougar, Felis concolor, kitten killed and eaten by gray wolves, Canis lupus, in Glacier National Park, Montana. White PA, Boyd DK. Canadian field-naturalist. Ottawa ON. 1989

Attitudes of hunters and residents toward wolves in northwestern Montana. Tucker P, Pletscher DH. Wildlife Society Bulletin (1973-2006). 1989 Dec


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