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At the tail end of a storm that has left our local roads sheeted with ice, it is difficult to imagine that spring is, proverbially, just around the corner. Yet the wildlife in the area is wise to this fact … Continue reading

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A hunter mistakenly killed a gray wolf in South Dakota, claiming he believed it was the “biggest coyote he had ever seen.” This tragedy points up a problem that concerned citizens have been warning against for years: the possibility that … Continue reading

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Understanding prey selection by predators is a fundamental goal in ecology because it represents an essential ecological process influencing behavior, community structure, and ecosystem productivity. In a new paper published Wednesday in PLOS One, researchers explore how environmental factors like … Continue reading

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