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  • August 18, 2018

    dogs of Chernobyl ecological niche

    Writing my previous article about Chernobyl wolves I found it very interesting that dogs abandoned by their evacuated owners, survived within the CEZ area coexisting there together with the wild Canis species (mostly by avoidance of them within th...

  • August 04, 2018

    a few words about the Wolves of the Chernobyl Zone

    In August 2018, the first animal leaving Chernobyl Exclusion Zone was evidenced by scientists. According to the publicized report, a young collared wolf (1-2 years), being a CEZ resident, traveled 365km reaching Russia perimeter territory. The dis...

  • July 22, 2018

    wolf attack on human - through the prism of survival

    A few days ago American media spread laconic news about “a research student rescued - from a tree which she climbed on - by a state Department of Natural Resources helicopter crew, after coming across wolves northeast of Winthrop, Washington, a po...

  • July 09, 2018

    the fence color for livestock protection

    Switzerland is known for pioneering non-lethal prevention methods towards herd predation, especially when it comes to wolves. Being an European Union partnership country, it leads in active use of livestock-guarding dogs and herding dogs as well a...

  • June 29, 2018

    a few words about the Wolves of the Isle Royale

    Isle Royale makes up Isle Royale National Park (established in 1940), placed in the middle of Lake Superior, in the USA Michigan state area. To be strict, Lake Superior [ᑭᑦᒉᐁ-ᑲᒣᐁ, kitchi-gummi, “great sea” in Ojibwe] is located on the Canada-Unite...