6 edition of Wolves and human communities found in the catalog.
Wolves and human communities
Includes bibliographical references (p. 285-302) and index.
|Statement||edited by Virginia A. Sharpe, Bryan G. Norton, and Strachan Donnelley.|
|Contributions||Sharpe, Virginia A. 1959-, Norton, Bryan G., Donnelley, Strachan.|
|LC Classifications||QL737.C22 W6475 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 321 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||321|
|ISBN 10||1559638281, 155963829X|
|LC Control Number||00011113|
While the Council is not able to fully compensate ranchers for the costs of coexisting with wolves, through the Strategic Plan, they are able to create incentives for livestock producers to promote viable ranching operations, self-sustaining Mexican wolf populations, and healthy western landscapes. Edward, M. Such is not the case in Yellowstone, where four other large predators black bears, grizzly bears, coyotes, and cougars prey on elk—and people hunt the elk outside the park. Niemeyer, J. Albers, R. White Fang by Jack London This classic book was maybe the first to really try and enter the mind of a wolf in fact a hybrid half-wolf, half-dog in its own terrain.
Editors, D. Sime, S, Nadeau, C. Gray Wolves Across the Remainder of the Lower 48 States For nearly four decades, the Service has consistently taken a regional approach to gray wolf recovery in the lower 48 states and Mexico. Smith, K.
Since they were first listed ingray wolves in the WGL and NRM have rebounded from near extirpation, thanks to strong protections that guard against extinction and to the flexibility that the ESA affords the Service as managers. Biologists checked on the welfare of wolves twice each week, using telemetry or visual observation while placing food in the pens. Niemeyer, D. Vucetich, D. International Wolf 10 4 Of the 80 described encounters, 39 involved aggressive behavior from apparently healthy wolves and 12 from animals confirmed to be rabid.
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To what extent wolves may have contributed to the decline in the northern Yellowstone elk population since the mid- s, or the possibly related resurgence of willow in some areas, is an ongoing topic of debate.
This makes the world undesirable by man. Sands, J.
Carnivore Damage Prevention News 8: Wolf Park News, Niemeyer, H. Sincemore than half of the documented Mexican wolf deaths are due to illegal killing. Byall wolf subspecies were on the federal list of endangered species for the lower 48 states except Minnesota. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, pp.
The conflict between the dogs and the lions displays the fight for power amongst the animals. Meier, D. Island Press, Washington D. Hebblewhite, D. Fulcrum Publishing, pp. Bradley, E.
Who doesn't relish the words: "I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house down! Albers, and R. Some think it has to show major changes in the phenotype that are recognizable in the archaeological record, although we have several species of mammal that we consider domesticated that have not changed in appearance from their ancestors — for example, Asiatic elephants, camels, reindeer, and cats and horses are little changed from their ancestors, compared with dogs, cattle, pigs, goats and sheep.
Little Red Riding Hood First written down by Charles Perrault in the 17th century, this story has never lost its hold on our imagination. Cassidy, B. He still lives on, sometimes in more subversive versions of the traditional fairytale. Tang, R. Ripple, W. International Wolf 12 1 A NEP of red wolves also was established at Great Smoky Mountains National Park inbut the Service ended that project in due the lack of adequate food sources for the wolves.
Each wolf was radio-collared as it was captured in Canada.
McIntyre, and D. Who would be the market? Potential for and implications of wolf restoration in the Southern Rockies. Religious texts have been almost unanimous in presenting the Wolf as a character of the basest principles, a creature of deception, of threatening appearance, untrustworthy, evil and even as the Devil himself.
During the s, wolves began to reestablish breeding packs in northwestern Montana; 50—60 wolves inhabited Montana in Guernsey, and E. Large Mammal restoration: Ecological and sociological challenges for the 21st century. Krsichke, L.Wolf References.
The Yellowstone Resources and Issues Handbook, updated annually, is the book our rangers use to answer many basic park questions. Smith, D.W. Wolves and Human Communities: Biology, Politics, and Ethics.
Journal of Mammlogy Smith, D.W. Mixed messages about opportunistic carnivores. Oct 08, · Ten of the best wolves in literature. Skip to main content. (Zeus in disguise) a special supper: he took a human hostage, "opened his throat with a. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Wolves and Human Communities: Biology, Politics, and Ethics at atlasbowling.com Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5.
Aug 09, · The author of Wolfie picks her favourite wolves in fiction, from the Big Bads of fairytales to a boy's friend in the Chronicles of Ancient Darkness of a vanished world where wolf and human.
The presence of wolves influences the population and behavior of their prey, changing the browsing and foraging patterns of prey animals and how they move about the land. This, in turn, ripples throughout plant and animal communities, often altering the landscape itself.
Some wolves adapted to the human niche, resulting in a commensal relationship. Gradually, the first primitive dogs emerged from this group.
The human-control model proposes that Upper Palaeolithic peoples adopted wolf pups and let the most docile ones mate.
After several generations of selection for docile behaviour, primitive dogs atlasbowling.com by: 4.