Gray wolf; Wildlife conservation; Nature observation
Minnesota researchers, attempting to separate objective data about timber wolves from emotional attitudes, are compiling information gathered over a period of several years in the state's north woods. Findings suggest that laws to protect and preserve this animal may be as necessary as programs to control predations on deer or domestic livestock.
Looking at Wolves as Scientific Subjects Rather Than as Storybook Villains.
Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science, Vol. 37 No.1, 19-22.
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