Wolf and Wildlife News from Riding Mountain National Park
- Wolf population rebounds in RMNP – Brandon Sun
07th Aug 2020
- Studying the wolves of Riding Mountain National Park | Manitoba Co-operator
07th Aug 2020
Fire regime in marginal jack pine populations at their southern limit of distribution, Tardif J, Cornelsen S, Conciatori F, Hodgin E, Pellatt M. Riding Mountain National Park, central Canada. Forests. 2016 Sep
Diseases and parasites in wolves of the Riding Mountain National Park region, Manitoba, Canada. Stronen AV, Sallows T, Forbes GJ, Wagner B, Paquet PC. Journal of wildlife diseases. 2011 Jan
Wolf body mass, skull morphology, and mitochondrial DNA haplotypes in the Riding Mountain National Park region of Manitoba, Canada. Stronen AV, Forbes GJ, Sallows T, Goulet G, Musiani M, Paquet PC. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 2010 Apr
Dispersal in a Plain landscape: wolves in southwestern Manitoba, Canada (Doctoral dissertation, Stronen, A.V., 2009. University of New Brunswick, Department of Biology).
Historical review of elk–agriculture conflicts in and around Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba, Canada. Brook RK. Human-Wildlife Conflicts. 2009 Apr
Not wanted in the boundary: The expulsion of the Keeseekoowenin Ojibway band from Riding Mountain National Park. Sandlos J. Canadian Historical Review. 2008 Jun
Farmer attitudes toward wolves: Implications for the role of predators in managing disease. Stronen AV, Brook RK, Paquet PC, McLachlan S. Biological conservation. 2007 Feb
Integrating climate and trait models to predict the invasiveness of exotic plants in Canada’s Riding Mountain National Park. Otfinowski R, Kenkel NC, Dixon P, Wilmshurst JF. Canadian journal of plant science. 2007 Dec
Factors influencing farmers’ concerns regarding bovine tuberculosis in wildlife and livestock around Riding Mountain National Park. Brook RK, McLachlan SM. Journal of environmental management. 2006 Jul
From the Field: Island use as an anti‐predator tactic by parturient elk and nursery herds in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba. Paquet PC, Brook RK. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 2004 Dec;
Manitoba: Bovine tuberculosis in elk (Cervus elaphus manitobensis) near Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba, from 1992 to 2002. Lees VW, Copeland S, Rousseau P. The Canadian Veterinary Journal. 2003 Oct
Forest stand structure and dynamics at Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba, Canada. Caners RT, Kenkel NC. Community ecology. 2003 Dec
Prey use strategies of sympatric wolves and coyotes in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba. Paquet PC. Journal of Mammalogy. 1992 May
Winter spatial relationships of wolves and coyotes in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba. Paquet PC. Journal of Mammalogy. 1991 May
Scent-marking behavior of sympatric wolves (Canis lupus) and coyotes (C. latrans) in Riding Mountain National Park. Paquet PC. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 1991 Jul
Scent marking and territoriality in wolves of Riding Mountain National Park. Paquet PC, Fuller WA. Chemical signals in vertebrates. 1990
Wolves, Canis lupus, killing denning black bears, Ursus americanus, in the Riding Mountain National Park Area. Paquet PC, Carbyn LN. Canadian field-naturalist. Ottawa ON. 1986
Observations on home range sizes, movements and social organization of lynx, Lynx canadensis, in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba. Carbyn LN, Patriquin D. Canadian field-naturalist. 1983.
Wolf predation on elk in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba [Canis lupus, Odocoileus virginianus]. Carbyn LN. Journal of Wildlife Management (USA). 1983.
Coyote population fluctuations and spatial distribution in relation to wolf territories in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba. Carbyn LN. Canadian Field-Naturalist. 1982
Summer food habits of wolves with the emphasis on moose in Riding Mountain National Park. Carbyn LN, Kingsley MC. InProc N Am Moose Conf Workshop 1979
The birds of Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba, Canada. Soper, J.D., 1953.
An irruption of elk in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba. Banfield AW. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 1949 Jan
The failure of rainbow trout and initial success with the introduction of lake trout in Clear Lake, Riding Mountain Park, Manitoba. Rawson DS. TTransactions of the American Fisheries Society. 1948 Jan