Coyote and Wolf Habitat Use in Northwestern Montana

@inproceedings{Arjo2004CoyoteAW,
  title={Coyote and Wolf Habitat Use in Northwestern Montana},
  author={Wendy M. Arjo and Daniel H. Peltscher},
  year={2004}
}
Being a habitat generalist is an adaptation suategy that has allowed the coyote to expand its range. As wolves reestablish, or are reintroduced, resident populations of coyotes may change habitat use. We compared habitat use between coyotes and wolves in Glacier National Park after successful recolonization by wolves. Two wolf oacks and nine coyotes were monitored from June 1994 throueh June 1997 to determine habitat use in northwesternMontana. Wolves used habitat tvoes within their home ranees… CONTINUE READING

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