International Wolf Center The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves...
Long History of Wolf Research in Northern Minnesota
Radio Telemetry
Radio Telemetry
 
VHF Radio Collar for Wolves and Deer
Track Wild Wolves at www.wolf.org!
 
Landing page
Landing page
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
What do you do with this data?
 
 
 
 
 
Find Township 62 North
 
 
Find Range 8 West
R. 8 W. T. 62 N.
 
R. 8 W. T. 62 N.
Find Section 36
R. 8 W. T. 62 N.
Narrow down further for wolf locations. Graphic courtesy of the University of Oklahoma, College of Atmospheric and Geograp...
TN62  RW8  S36 NW Graphic courtesy of the University of Oklahoma, College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences
R. 8 W. T. 62 N.
Description helps you double check your work.
R. 8 W. T. 62 N.
R. 8 W. T. 62 N.
Big Deal…..
It is!! We can learn a lot about wolves doing this!
Territorial behavior
Population size
Hunting behavior
Dispersal
Mortality
What questions do  you  have?
www.wolf.org
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DRAFT - Learn how to track wild wolves from northeastern Minnesota using an online database from the International Wolf Center.

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  • Men Snow shoeing
  • Dave at Plane
  • Collar
  • Principal meridian = verticle
  • Principal meridian = verticle
  • Baseline = horizontal
  • Baseline = horizontal
  • Territorial boundaries based on movement, activity within the territory.
  • Numbers of wolves in packs based on visual sightings
  • Predatory behavior, opportunity to hike into kill site to collect data and specimens.
  • Dispersal behavior, how far, what direction, how long does it take or how long do they stay.
  • Where they died, how, retrieve collar.
  • Track Wild Wolves in the SNF - IWC

    1. 2. International Wolf Center The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wildlands and the human role in their future.
    2. 3. Long History of Wolf Research in Northern Minnesota
    3. 4. Radio Telemetry
    4. 5. Radio Telemetry
    5. 7. VHF Radio Collar for Wolves and Deer
    6. 8. Track Wild Wolves at www.wolf.org!
    7. 10. Landing page
    8. 11. Landing page
    9. 28. What do you do with this data?
    10. 34. Find Township 62 North
    11. 37. Find Range 8 West
    12. 38. R. 8 W. T. 62 N.
    13. 40. R. 8 W. T. 62 N.
    14. 41. Find Section 36
    15. 42. R. 8 W. T. 62 N.
    16. 43. Narrow down further for wolf locations. Graphic courtesy of the University of Oklahoma, College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences
    17. 44. TN62 RW8 S36 NW Graphic courtesy of the University of Oklahoma, College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences
    18. 45. R. 8 W. T. 62 N.
    19. 46. Description helps you double check your work.
    20. 47. R. 8 W. T. 62 N.
    21. 48. R. 8 W. T. 62 N.
    22. 49. Big Deal…..
    23. 50. It is!! We can learn a lot about wolves doing this!
    24. 51. Territorial behavior
    25. 52. Population size
    26. 53. Hunting behavior
    27. 54. Dispersal
    28. 55. Mortality
    29. 56. What questions do you have?
    30. 57. www.wolf.org

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