Southeast Alaska wolves eat over 60 prey species, study finds

Southeast Alaska’s wolves tend to favor deer and moose at mealtime, but in a pinch they won’t say no to black bear – or even sea otter. A study – now in its eighth year – has found a remarkably diverse diet among the region’s wolf population.  Although scientists use GPS collaring and other technology in their work, many of their conclusions are drawn from a large and growing collection of scat.

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