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Evaluation of a simulated howling survey for wolves


, : Evaluation of a simulated howling survey for wolves. Journal of Wildlife Management 52.1: 60-63

Wolf (Canis lupus) packs were surveyed using simulated howling survey (Harrington and Mech 1982) in a 1,400-km2 area of northcentral Minnesota with a known density of radio-marked packs. Mean distance that wolf howls could be heard was 2 km (n = 74 trials).

Accession: 005395720

DOI: 10.2307/3801059

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