Nelchina basin wolf studies /

Between April 1, 1975 and June 30, 1980, 103 individual timber wolves representing up to 22 different wolf packs were captured and radio-collared in Game Management Unit 13 (Nelchina Basin) of Southcentral Alaska. Cost and problems associated with helicopter darting are discussed. The 103 radio-coll...

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Alternate Title:Project title: Big game investigations
Main Author: Ballard, Warren B.
Additional Author(s):Stephenson, Robert O.

Spraker, Ted H.
Corporate Contributor(s):Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration (U.S.)

Alaska. Division of Game.

Alaska Power Authority.

Federal Aid In Fish and Wildlife Restoration (U.S.)
Publisher:Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Game,
Report Numbers:APA 2691
Funding Numbers:"Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration ... with additional support from the Alaska Power Authority"
Series:Document (Susitna Hydroelectric Project) ; no. 2691.
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Summary:Between April 1, 1975 and June 30, 1980, 103 individual timber wolves representing up to 22 different wolf packs were captured and radio-collared in Game Management Unit 13 (Nelchina Basin) of Southcentral Alaska. Cost and problems associated with helicopter darting are discussed. The 103 radio-collard wolves were individually located on 3,525 separate occasions resulting in 6,927 wolf sightings. Pack and individual wolf histories are presented and discussed.
Physical Description:iv, 201 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
Notes:Cover title.

Job title of Job no. 14.8R: Wolf populations and movements in relation to those of prey species.

Job title of Job no. 14.9R: Wolf food habits.

Job title of Job no. 14.10R: Impact of wolf predation upon ungulate populations.

"Printed June 1981."
Report Type:Final report.

Report type on summary page: Final report (research);
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (p. 198-201).