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Track Wild Wolves



Track Wild Wolves

Introduction

What is Radio Telemetry

Background on U.S. Geological Survey Project

Background information on Wolves

Buy Tracking Wild Wolves Activity Kit

Case Study - Wolf 381

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Track Wild Wolves in the Superior National Forest
Introduction

Follow wild wolves! Our online tools help you track wild wolves through the seasons as they roam the Superior National Forest in Minnesota, U.S.A. It's fun and easy to do--great for a year-round classroom or family activity.

Data is usually collected weekly by employees of the U.S. Geological Survey,(USGS) Biological Resources Division. Data collection is sometimes delayed by weather interfering with aerial flights, rigorous field work schedules, or lack of funding. Data is sent to the International Wolf Center and will be updated regularly.

The data you have secured from the USGS database have not received Director's approval and as such are provisioned and subject to revision. The data are released on the condition that neither the USGS nor the United States Government may be held liable for any damages resulting from its authorized or unauthorized use.

These data are presented for schools and others for learning exercises. Although they are real and generally accurate, their complete accuracy and completeness is not guaranteed. They represent examples of actual data collected by the U.S. Geological Survey scientists, who will analyze them and prepare results for scientific publication. They are not meant to be used by others attempting scientific research.