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Denali tourists gather wolf data

When the wildlife seems scarce at Denali National Park, "Wolves of Denali" tourists have an advantage: radio tracking equipment.

The visitors’ daily observations are feeding a National Park Service study on wolf-human interactions. The wolves have been providing plenty of data lately, reports the Alaska Natural History Association’s new Denali Institute.

[Read more at ALASKA NATURAL HISTORY ASSOCIATION]

ALASKA NATURAL HISTORY ASSOCIATION | Posted 07.20.04 at 3:51 am


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