For the full article, please go here: http://greatlakesecho.org/2015/05/28/st ... ng-wolves/Study looks at biofences for managing wolves
By Mollie Liskiewicz | May 28, 2015
Don’t let a wolf pack rendezvous in your yard too often. When it comes to a tug-of-war for their favorite meeting site, they will win.
University of Wisconsin researchers have found that the rendezvous sites that a pack establishes in the spring are tenaciously maintained. These sites are where weaned pups are moved after leaving the den. And once there, the wolves don’t want to leave.
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Here's an article on non-lethal wolf management; this one, in particular, focuses on the use of "biofences" (or, scent marks and fake howls) in the area of wolf management.
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