Photo Essays, Fieldwork, News                      Gordon Haber
                      (covering August 2007-April 2009)            
Energizing For The Hunt
May 1, 2009
Wolves are among the most social of all animals, and one of the best times to observe their rich, expressive interactions is while they are revving up from sound sleep, preparing to hunt again.  
Alaska’s Wolf-Bear Killing Programs 5: Science and Biologists Awry
Mar 29, 2009
The wolf and bear killing continues at a high level in Alaska. I do not see much likelihood of stopping it until there is more focus on the underlying bad science and the biologists who promote it.
Biological Problems With Delisting and Hunting Wolves
Mar 19, 2009
On the advice of his biologists, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar has decided to remove wolves from the endangered species list throughout most of the northern Rocky Mountains.        
Field Notes From Denali
Mar 18, 2009
February and March are among the best months for observing wolves in Denali National Park, because of their interesting behavior and longer daylight together with a good snow cover for seeing them.
Denali Wolf Update
Feb 13, 2009
Some observations from a Denali research flight on February 7:  
• Margaret pair: Recall from earlier blog entries that the young adult Margaret female’s first mate was trapped in December 2008,
Wild Hunters 6: Winter Caribou Hunt
Jan 30, 2009
Last week in Denali I was treated to a scene that could have been straight out of the Ice Age, as wolves and caribou once again did their age-old dance during a hunt on the wintering grounds.
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