Red wolf natal dispersal characteristics: comparing periods of population increase and stability

Authors: M. Karlin & J. Chadwick

From the Journal of Zoology

We analyzed natal dispersal characteristics for 79 red wolves in the first long-term dispersal analysis for this species. Variables analyzed included straight-line dispersal distance, duration, timing, age, direction, and evidence of natal habitat preference induction of dispersers.

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