Posted by: Sandy Steinman | January 14, 2019

Government shutdown may snarl a 60-year study of wolves & moose 

The Salt Lake Tribune and Washington Post report on the how the government shutdown may interfere with the world’s longest continuous study of predators and their prey (wolves and moose). The shutdown will also interrupt relocating as many as 30 wolves to the Isle Royale National Park. Read article at  The shutdown may snarl a 60-year study of wolves and moose — the world’s longest predator-prey research – The Salt Lake Tribune


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