Gray Wolf – Management Plan

Management Plan This plan provides details about the implementation and maintenance of a strategy that will use livestock protecting dogs (LPDs) to mitigate the impact of wolf predation on cattle. Although LPDs have been used for over 2,000 years, there is much still to be learned about how to effectively implement their use in current … Continue reading Gray Wolf – Management Plan


Grey Wolf – Historical Profile

 Historical Profile The history of the Gray Wolf, Canis lupus, in North America mirror’s it’s history in Europe. The European perspective of wolves arrived with settlers in the 1600’s and 1700’s and initial interactions were not confrontational because both wolves and humans were fearful of each other(Fritts et al., 1997; Stohr, 2012). As time progressed, … Continue reading Grey Wolf – Historical Profile

Sandhill Crane (Antigone canadensis) – Historical Profile

By Sara Kuruvilla, Jennifer Del Tin, Mary-Elizabeth Pennington & Teslyn Heron Historical Profile There are 6 subspecies of Sandhill Cranes including greater, lesser, Cuban, Mississippi, and Canadian (Gerber & Kendall, 2016). The Cuban subspecies does not migrate and is currently considered federally endangered, along with the Mississippi Sandhill Cranes and Florida cranes (United States Fish … Continue reading Sandhill Crane (Antigone canadensis) – Historical Profile

Sandhill Crane (Antigone canadensis) – Ecological Profile

Written by Sara Kuruvilla, Jennifer Del Tin, Mary Pennington, and Teslyn Heron Ecological Profile: Sandhill Crane, Antigone canadensis Distribution Sandhill Cranes, Antigone canadensis, is a species of bird that belong to the Gruidae family, with six subspecies. They are the most common cranes in the world and occur mostly in North America. They are migratory … Continue reading Sandhill Crane (Antigone canadensis) – Ecological Profile