Yellowstone cougars: ecology before and after wolf restoration
Ruth, Toni K., author
Boutte, Polly C., author
Hornocker, Maurice G., author
University Press of Colorado, publisher
Examines the effect of wolf restoration on cougar population in Yellowstone National Park. No other study has addressed theoretical and practical aspects of competition between large carnivores. A thorough examination of cougar ecology, how they interact and are influenced by wolves, how this knowledge informs management and conservation.--Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Puma -- Ecology -- Yellowstone National Park
Wolves -- Ecology -- Yellowstone National Park
Wolves -- Reintroduction -- Yellowstone National Park
Predation (Biology) -- Yellowstone National Park
Competition (Biology) -- Yellowstone National Park
Wildlife management -- Yellowstone National Park