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A survey of the effects of wolf predation risk on pregnancy rates and calf recruitment in elk

We have previously found that the behavioral responses of elk to the risk of prédation by wolves are correlated with changes in habitat selection, altered diets, reduced food intake, decreased fecal progesterone concentrations, and decreased calf recruitment. P. J. White et al. recently... Full description

1st Person: Creel, Scott
Additional Persons: Christianson, David A.; Winnie,, John A.
Source: in Ecological Applications Vol. 21, No. 8 (2011), p. 2847-2853
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2011
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