Minnesota's Voyageurs Wolf Project releases data maps

The Voyageurs Wolf Project of Minnesota released GPS maps from this past summer's research.

Seven wolves, in different packs, were monitored this past summer. Each wolf's collar took location readings every 20 minutes for the duration of the summer, with the exception of the northernmost pack which took location readings every four hours starting in October.

The result shows 68,000 GPS locations, giving the project evidence for how territorial wolves are, according to a post on the project's Facebook Page.




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