New USGS study tracks human impact on wolves

A new study clarifies human’s impact on wolf populations. The U.S. Geological Survey study looks at the affects of hunting, trapping and other human caused losses, like road kill.  U.S.G.S. Wildlife Biologist Layne Adams says the analysis uses numbers from studies conducted over the last 30 years on wolves in Alaska and the lower 48.  Adams says it reveals a tipping point below which losses have no affect.

Dan Bross, KUAC – Fairbanks

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