Study: Protected wolves in Alaska face peril from beyond their preserve

Within the 2.5 million acres of the Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve in Interior Alaska, wolves and other majestic animals are protected. But animals like wolves do not respect lines drawn on a map. And a recent study suggests that efforts to limit populations of these predators outside those borders is having negative effects on wolves living within the preserve.

The study, published in June in Wildlife Monographs, suggests that when Alaskan authorities were limiting wolf...

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