Red Wolf (Canis rufus) Recovery: A Review with Suggestions for Future Research

Authors: Joseph W. Hinton, Michael J. Chamberlain and David R. Rabon, Jr 

From Animals

Although restoration efforts have established a population of approximately 70–80 red wolves in the wild, [...]. We explore these three challenges and, within each challenge, we illustrate how research can be used to resolve problems associated with red wolf-coyote interactions, effects of inbreeding, and demographic responses to human-caused mortality. We hope this illustrates the utility of research to advance restoration of red wolves.

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