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Wolverine (Gulo gulo) Ecology in Glacier National Park (T-032)

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Summary

The goal of this project is to monitor wolverine movement and reproductive activity of females at den sites within and around Glacier National Park. This project resulted in multiple wolverine captures. The associated data obtained through GPS collaring provided a wealth of information on wolverine movement, habitat use, feeding patterns, and denning behavoir.

Time Span

05/29/2006–12/31/2006 "Completed"

Primary Investigator

  • Jeff Copeland

References

  • Copeland, R. 2006.Final project report for SWG T-32: Glacier Wolverine Ecology. 2006.Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks. 5 pp

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