BCWF Study how wolves impact moose pop
BC Magazine, Outdoors Hunting Special Issue, Sept/Oct 2019
Upcoming issue news article by the BC Wildlife Federation – The Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation (HCTF) studies on the declining moose population in north-central BC. They are looking into how wolves use their home territory and its impact on moose.
BC Ministry of Forest, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development have been utilizing helicopters to capture members of regional wolf packs near Prince George and Fort St. James, installing satellite collars to track up to 10 packs.
A PDF version of the article can be read here.
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