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Eastern timber wolf recovery plan
Eastern Timber Wolf Recovery Team.
Cover title is: Recovery plan for the eastern timber wolf.
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The eastern wolf's morphology is midway between that of the gray wolf and the coyote. The fur is typically of a grizzled grayish-brown color mixed with cinnamon. The nape, shoulder and tail region are a mix of black and gray, with the flanks and chest being rufous or Family: Canidae. The paper’s authors hope that establishing the evolutionary history of the eastern wolf, demonstrating it is a species and not a hybrid, will lead to better protection. “The eastern wolf needs a recovery plan that extends into dispersal areas, including Quebec,” says Rutledge.
In , biologists and state personnel created the Eastern Timber Wolf Recovery Plan. This recovery plan was put into motion for wolves in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan. The goal was to maintain a population of 1, wolves in Minnesota and wolves in Michigan and Wisconsin. As specified in the Recovery Plan for the Eastern Timber Wolf (USFWS ), population monitoring will be conducted during the late winter months when wolf populations are at the low point of their annual cycle and when snow cover and lack of foliage on deciduous .
All three state wolf management plans are designed to maintain minimum wolf populations that exceed the recovery criteria identified in the federal Eastern Timber Wolf Recovery Plan for an “isolated wolf population.” The Michigan plan, revised in July , calls for a minimum sustainable population of wolves in the Upper Peninsula. The Wolf Recovery Plan for the Eastern Timber Wolf ( Recovery Plan) stated that the primary objective of recovery is "to maintain and reestablish viable populations of the eastern timber wolf in as much of its former range as is feasible." (USFWS ). The Recovery plan identified two criteria against which to measure recovery:File Size: 5MB.
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Excerpt from Recovery Plan for the Eastern Timber Wolf Each pack inhabits an area of 50 to square miles or more and tends to be territorial. There is a dominance hierarchy within each pack, and usually only the top ranking male and female : Ralph Bailey.
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Fish and Wildlife. the eastern timber wolf as a species, and the facts concerning the procedures for making the reintroduction and the probable effects of such a reintroduction. In general. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States. Eastern Timber Wolf Recovery Team.
OCLC Number: Description: 2 volumes: illustrations ; 27 cm. Recovery plans: Additional Physical Format: Online version: United States.
Eastern Timber Wolf Recovery Team. Eastern timber wolf recovery plan. [Washington: Dept. of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, ] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book. Recovery plans Freely available online resources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: United States.
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Librivox Free Audiobook. Podcasts. Featured Full text of "Recovery Plan for the Eastern Timber Wolf" See other formats. Eastern Timber Wolf Recovery Plan 74 pages; MB () The Endangered Species Act requires the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to prepare Recovery Plans for listed species. Prepared by a team of biologists and wolf experts, the recovery plan identifies and prioritizes steps needed to increase numbers of wolves and expand their range beyond northeastern Minnesota.
The purpose of the Wisconsin Timber Wolf Recovery Plan is t o review the processes that have caused significant declines in the number and distribution of Eastern Ti mb er Wolves (Canis lupus l ycaon Schreber) within Wisconsin and toFile Size: 7MB.
Recovery of the eastern timber wolf will be achieved when the following two cri- teria are met: A the survival of the wolf in Minnesota is assured, and A at least one viable popu- lation of eastern timber wolves outside Minne- sotay Isle Royale, and Canada is reestablished.
set forth in the federal Recovery Plan for the Eastern Timber Wolf, and have the subspecies removed from the federal list of endangered and threatened species because of its successful recovery.
Plan goal. Inthe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) adopted the following position statement on wolf management goals in File Size: 1MB.
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Top Recovery Plan for the Eastern Timber Wolf Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. EMBED EMBED (for. According to the Edition of the USFWS' Wolf Tracks, "The Recovery Plan for the Eastern Timber Wolf identifies several areas in the Northeastern United States as potential sites for the restoration of the gray wolf.
Recovery plans: Additional Physical Format: Print version: United States. Eastern Timber Wolf Recovery Team.
Recovery plan for the eastern timber wolf. Twin Cities [i.e. Minneapolis and St. Paul], Minn.: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type. conflicts. Wolf recovery and public attitudes evolved over many years. As Wisconsin's wolf population flourished, the Recovery Plan for the Eastern Timber Wolf () prescribed a recovery population goal for the upper Midwest of at least wolves in Wisconsin and Michigan for at least 5 consecutive years combined with at least in Minnesota.
Habitat and Range: The eastern timber wolf has occupied most habitats and topography except deserts and high mountaintops, including forest edges, swamp borders, second growth boreal forests, and areas interspersed with fields and woodland openings.
The eastern timber wolf was virtually exterminated by the early s. EASTERN TIMBER WOLF 0 DISCLAIMER PAGE z Recovery plans delineate reasonable actions which are believed to be required to recover and/or protect listed species. Plans are published by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, sometimes prepared with the assistance of recovery teams, contractors, State agencies, and others.
» The Eastern Wolf was listed as special concern when the Endangered Species Act took effect inand was renamed Algonquin Wolf and re-classified as threatened on J Status assessments by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) and by the Committee on the Status of Species at Risk in Ontario.
The Department approved a Wolf Recovery Plan in The Plan's goal is to attain a population of 80 wolves in 10 packs by Actions outlined in the Plan are designed to improve the wolf's chances for long-term survival. The status of the timber wolf in Wisconsin Transactions Wisconsin Academy Science, Arts.
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Fish and Wildlife Service. Recovery plan for the eastern timber wolf. The howl of the wild wolf has been missing from the northeastern United States for over years.
In the Recovery Plan for the Eastern Timber Wolf, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service identified the Adirondack Park in upstate New York and two areas in New England as possible recovery sites for the eastern wolf (Canis lupus lycaon). However.Recovery plan for the eastern timber wolf / (Twin Cities [i.e.
Minneapolis and St. Paul], Minn.: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, ), by United States. Eastern Timber Wolf Recovery Team and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Region 3 (page images at HathiTrust).