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Scientific Webinar Series

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Ecology, Management, and Recovery of Red Wolves in Eastern North Carolina with Joseph Hinton, Ph.D

Ecology, Management, and Recovery of Red Wolves in Eastern North Carolina with Joseph Hinton, Ph.D

In an effort to broaden awareness and understanding for the red wolf recovery effort in North Carolina and the implications of a federal rule proposed in June 2018 that sought to significantly change the size, scope, and management of the current red wolf recovery program in the state, the Wolf Conservation Center extended this webinar with Joseph Hinton, Ph.D. (Recorded on July 18, 2018)

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Hybridization Dynamics between Wolves and Coyotes in Central Ontario with John F. Benson, PhD.

Hybridization Dynamics between Wolves and Coyotes in Central Ontario with John F. Benson, PhD.

Eastern wolves (Canis lycaon) have hybridized extensively with coyotes (C. latrans) and gray wolves (C. lupus) in Ontario but little is known about the mechanisms underlying Canis hybridization. On September 5, 2018, the Wolf Conservation Center hosted a webinar with wildlife research biologist John F. Benson to discuss hybridization dynamics between eastern wolves and coyotes. Benson discussed his intensive field study in Algonquin Provincial Park (APP) and the adjacent unprotected landscape where he investigated Ontario canids, hybrid zone dynamics, wolf ecology, and canid predation.

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