- Coyote colonization of northern Virginia and admixture with Great Lakes wolves. BOZARTH, CHRISTINE A.; HAILER, FRANK; ROCKWOOD, LARRY L.; EDWARDS, CODY W.; MALDONADO, AND JESÚS E. // Journal of Mammalogy;Oct2011, Vol. 92 Issue 5, p1070
Ecological invasions of generalist species often are facilitated by anthropogenic disturbance. Coyotes (Canis latrans) have benefitted from anthropogenic changes to North American ecosystems and have experienced a dramatic range expansion since the early 19th century. The region east of the...
- MEET THE "COYWOLF". // Earth Island Journal;Winter2016, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p8
The article focuses on coywolf, a hybrid of coyote and wolf with some dog DNA which increases in numbers in eastern North America.
- New Beasts in the East. Berlin, Jeremy // National Geographic;Aug2010, Vol. 218 Issue 2, following p12
The article presents information on eastern coyotes, a hybrid of coyotes and wolves native to northeastern North America.
- Dogs and wolves: They're only a tail wag apart. Spotts, Peter N. // Christian Science Monitor;6/17/97, Vol. 89 Issue 141, p12
Presents the results of a study comparing the genetic materials from dogs with wolves, coyotes and jackals, conducted by an international team of biologists. Information on canines; Comments from Robert Wayne, associate professor of biology at the University of California at Los Angeles;...
- More wolves--more horses. // Outdoor Life;May95, Vol. 195 Issue 5, p22
Features news about wolves, coyotes and horsepower. Release of Canadian gray wolves in Yellowstone National Park; Coyotes in New York City; Horsepower of GM trucks.
- Non-genetic Data Supporting Genetic Evidence for the Eastern Wolf. Mech, L. David // Northeastern Naturalist;2011, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p521
Two schools of thought dominate the molecular-genetics literature on Canis spp. (wolves) in the western Great Lakes region of the US and Canada: (1) they are hybrids between Canis lupus (Gray Wolf) and Canis latrans (Coyote). or (2) they are hybrids between the Gray Wolf and Canis lycaon...
- Government backs down on dangerous coyote control. // International Wildlife;May/Jun94, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p25
Reports on the halting of certain methods of coyote population control in southwestern Montana by the Bureau of Land Management due to protests from the National Wildlife Federation. Effect of the use of spring-loaded cyanide cartridges in rotten meat on wolf population; Limitation of predator...
- Uneasy Neighbors. Knight, Deborah // Animals;Spring2002, Vol. 135 Issue 2, p6
Presents an article on the survival of coyotes with the return of wolves in Yellowstone Park. Characteristics of wolves and coyotes; Nature of the coyotes' food hunting; Return of wolves into national forests and the Grand Teton National Park.
- Presence and effects of the dog louse Trichodectes canis (Mallophaga, Trichodectidae) on wolves and coyotes from Minnesota and Wisconsin Mech, L. David; Thiel, Richard P.; Berg, W. E.; Fritts, S. H. // American Midland Naturalist;Oct1985, Vol. 114 Issue 2, p404
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