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Blueberry-picking wolves? Yep! The wolves living in Voyageurs National Park in Minnesota eat blueberries – lots of them! Most of the wolf families have been found to spend extended periods of time in July and August, during peak blueberry season, … Continue reading

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Wolf families (or packs) maintain territories in which they hunt and live. Members of the pack take their territory very seriously – they’ll aggressively defend it from all non-pack members. Without using geographical markers, as we do, how do wolves … Continue reading

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The abundance of beaver in Voyageurs National Park in northern Minnesota may be taking some of the predator pressure off of the park’s moose herd. Research has revealed that that many wolves in the park choose to hunt and eat … Continue reading

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