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Feeding habits of sympatric canids in an area of moderate ungulate density Open Access
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Wolves--Manitoba--Riding Mountain National Park--Food.
Coyote--Manitoba--Riding Mountain National Park--Food.
Elk--Manitoba--Riding Mountain National Park.
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University of Alberta
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Meleshko, Dennis W.
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Department of Zoology
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Master of Science
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Masters thesis which investigated the feeding habits of wolves (Canis lupus) and coyotes (canis latrans) in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba, on elk, beaver, deer and hare.
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