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ecology of the timber wolf in Algonquin Provincial Park

Douglas Humphreys Pimlott

ecology of the timber wolf in Algonquin Provincial Park

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Published by Department of Lands and Forests in Ontario .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ontario,
  • Algonquin Provincial Park.
    • Subjects:
    • Wolves -- Ecology -- Ontario -- Algonquin Provincial Park

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 89-92.

      Statementby D. H. Pimlott, J. A. Shannon [and] G. B. Kolenosky.
      ContributionsShannon, J. A., joint author., Kolenosky, G. B., joint author., Ontario. Dept. of Lands and Forests.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL737.C22 P56
      The Physical Object
      Pagination92 p.
      Number of Pages92
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4367872M
      LC Control Number78488580

        Ontario action jeopardize existence of Algonquin wolf snug in a sleeping bag in Algonquin Provincial Park will carry a lucky few through the long winter ahead. Algonquin Logging Museum, Algonquin Provincial Park: Address, Algonquin Logging Museum Reviews: //5().


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The ecology of the timber wolf in Algonquin Provincial Park (Fish and Wildlife Research Branch report)Author: Douglas Humphreys Pimlott.

Algonquin Provincial Park is a provincial park located between Georgian Bay and the Ottawa River in Ontario, Canada, mostly within the Unorganized South Part of Nipissing origin of its name, originally denoting a number of scattered bands of Amerindians, is uncertain. Formerly thought to have been contracted from Algomequin, loosely translated as "those on the other side", but now Location: Whitney, Ontario, Canada.

Wolves and coyotes are now protected in 4 areas centred around provincial parks. The largest of these areas is around Algonquin Provincial Park, the Algonquin wolf’s stronghold.

Killing has been banned there since and has been a conservation success. THE BAD. Eastern coyotes and Algonquin wolves can’t be told apart without a genetic test. The eastern wolf (Canis lupus lycaon), also known as the timber wolf, Algonquin wolf or eastern timber wolf, is a type of wolf native to the Great Lakes region and southeastern Canada, considered to be either a unique subspecies of gray wolf or a separate species from the gray wolf.

Many studies have found the eastern wolf to be the product of ancient and recent genetic admixture between the Family: Canidae. The Wolves of Algonquin Park: A 12 Year Ecological Study - Monograph.

understood aspect of wolf (Canis lupus) ecology, particularly for populations in forested ecosystems. area containing.

The other species, although common, are usually more difficult to find in Algonquin's heavily forested terrain. Our book, the Mammals of Algonquin Provincial Park provides detailed information on the biology and ecology of Algonquin's mammals and can be ordered from The Friends of Algonquin Park or bought at various locations within the Park.

The Friends of Algonquin Park operate two excellent bookstores - one at the Algonquin Visitor Centre and another at the Algonquin Logging Museum. These bookstores carry a wide variety of books and products in all areas of natural and human history.

The Friends also publish many books and maps specifically about Algonquin's natural and human. Algonquin Provincial Park was first established in It is the oldest Provincial Park in Canada.

The park is 7, square kilometres in size. It is approximately one and a half times the size of Prince Edward Island.

Over half a million people, from all. By Quartl (Own work) [CC BY-SA Eastern Wolf (Canis lycaon, Canis lupus lycaon) – (Schreber ). Common Names: eastern timber wolf, Algonquin wolf or deer wolf Overall population: Physical description: Range: Original range – Northeastern side of Great Lakes, North America, Canada Current range – Algonquin Provincial Park, eastern Ontario and south central Quebec.

Theberge, J. B., and M. Theberge. The Wolves of Algonquin Park: A Year Ecological sity of Waterloo, Department of Geography, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, + v–xii pp. ISBN x, price (paper) $ Canadian (approximately $ US), order from S.

Castela ([email protected]).This monograph on the gray wolf (Canis lupus) in Ontario's Author: Rolf O. Peterson. This monograph on the gray wolf (Canis lupus) in Ontario's Algonquin Provincial Park summarizes results and implications of a year study of the species in a park renowned as protected wolfAlgonquin Provincial Park became the 3rd area in North America where wolf populations were legally protected from harvest by humans (preceded by Denali [Alaska] and Isle Author: Rolf O.

Peterson. Since the Algonquin Provincial Park Wolf Howls started inmore thanvisitors have spent summer evenings listening to the wolves’ haunting harmonies. What happens at a Wolf Howl. The evening begins at the Outdoor Theatre with a talk on wolf ecology, delivered by one of our park naturalists.

Howl attendees receive instructions on. No dogs are allowed at the Outdoor Theatre or the wolf howl location. For more information on wolf howling, check out the publication Wolf Howling in Algonquin Provincial Park, produced by The Friends of Algonquin Park. This publication, and many others, can be ordered from The Friends or bought at various locations throughout the Park.

- Dr. Gordon Haber, Alaskan wolf biologist In Algonquin Provincial Park, the stronghold of eastern wolves, overpeople from around the world have participated in the free Public Wolf Howl program held in the park every August. To learn more about Public Wolf Howl events, click here. The ecology of the timber wolf in Algonquin Provincial Park.

Ont. Dept. Lands and For. 92pp. Servheen, C.W., and R.R. Knight. Possible effects of a restored wolf population on grizzly bears in the Yellowstone area.

Timber (or grey) wolves are common in Killarney, but evidence has also been gathered in recent years of an Algonquin wolf presence. These are threatened wolves — previously called eastern wolves — that are estimated to number fewer than mature individuals in Ontario, with most in.

Lookout Trail - Booklet, Trail Map & Description Available from the Friends of Algonquin Park. Minnesing Mountain Bike Trail - Pamphlet, Trail Map & Description Available from the Friends of Algonquin. Ecology of the Eastern Timber Wolf in Algonquin Provincial, The Douglas Pimlott, J A Shannon, G B Park, Ontario Department of Lands and.

The ecology of the timber wolf in Algonquin Provincial Park. Ontario, Canada: Department of Lands and Forests; Research Branch Research Report (Wildlife) No. Quinn NWS. The presettlement hardwood forests and wildlife of Algonquin Provincial Park: a synthesis of historic evidence and recent research.

Forestry Chron. ; –Cited by: However, there are now wolf management regimes that protect the wolves. For example, the seasonal protection of the Algonquin Wolf against hunting in and around Algonquin Park introduced in was extended in to a permanent ban on wolf harvest in Algonquin Park.

Algonquin Park: A Portrait: The landscape, wildlife and ecology of an iconic Canadian treasure. by Jan Rinik.

Hardcover | May 5, $ In stock online. Not available in stores. add to cart. Most visitors to Algonquin Provincial Park experience its beauty during the summer months. This book shows readers the diversity of wildlife and.

The Wolves of Algonquin Provincial Park – A Report by the Algonquin Wolf Advisory Group implement fully an Adaptive Management Plan to conserve wolves in the Park by reducing human-caused mortality.

However, we have suggested recommendations for both inside and outside Algonquin Provincial Park to ensure the future sustainability of Park Size: 1MB. Algonquin Provincial Park - Official Website of The Friends of Algonquin Park.

Wolf Howling in Algonquin Provincial Park ** This booklet outlines how public wolf howls became so popular in the Park as well as discussing why wolves howl. There are some handy tips on how to howl on your own, discussing everything from weather to time of day.

Forest composition around wolf (Canis lupus) dens in eastern Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Journal of Zoology 80(5) May with Reads.

This book is a compliment to the publication, Butterflies of Algonquin Provincial Park. more info. Wildflowers of Algonquin Provincial Park Anyone who visits Algonquin Park during the spring and summer will see wildflowers.

The Park has many different habitats within its borders and each area has its own distinct wildflowers. This video shows a pack of 7 wild Eastern Wolves in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.

Watch as the dominant wolf feeds upon the White-tailed Deer carcass and the other pack members interact. Barron began her career researching the Algonquin wolf in while managing a team based out of Trent University conducting the Eastern Wolf Survey.

At the time, she said there was very little known about where the species lived outside the boundaries of Algonquin Park. The Park has many different habitats within its borders and each area has its own distinct wildflowers.

This book has over 55 colour photographs of the most common wildflowers in the Park, and will give you an idea of the incredible richness and beauty of the plant world and how important plants are to the ecology of Algonquin Park.

more info. The Algonquin Park Public Wolf Howls take place only on Thursdays from August 7 – 28, with weather permitting (must have minimal wind and no rain for the sound to carry through the park). Visitors to Algonquin Park are invited to meet at the Outdoor Theatre for a. Algonquin is classified as a Natural Environment park and is managed for protection, heritage appreciation, recreation, tourism, and use of resources.

It is the only provincial park in Ontario where commercial forestry is allowed. All activities within the park are guided by the Algonquin Provincial Park Management Plan. Ina total year-round Wolf killing ban in areas bordering Algonquin Park was announced by provin-cial authorities.

Political responses were based on re-search results. It is a rare occurrence that this happens and it is a response to the well executed research. By any standard, that is a remarkable outcome to many. The oldest provincial park in Canada, established inand named to commemorate the aboriginal people of the region, Algonquin Provincial Park protects nearly 3, sq.

(7, sq. km.) of the converging northern coniferous forest and southern deciduous forest, providing a myriad of habitats with its 2, lakes and hundreds of miles of.

This video shows the interactions of two wild Eastern Wolves in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada. Watch as a wolf challenges a more. The second new initiative was the preparation of this joint report by Algonquin Provincial Park and PRFO on forest/wildlife research in Algonquin which was the focus of a symposium held in the park DecemberThe report is a welcome step forward, despite the considerable variation in the depth and style of the abstracts.

Ontario should closely monitor a bee-killing pesticide and end logging in Algonquin Park — the only provincial park in which timber harvesting is. But one of the most unique things they offer during the summer season is the Algonquin Park Wolf Howls.

Last year they were successful in hearing the wolves and saw about people at the event. Algonquin Park has announced their potential wolf howl dates, with weather permitting – they must have minimal wind and no rain in order for.

Ecology of the timber wolf in Algonquin Provincial Park. Ontario Department of Lands and Forestry Research Report (Wildlife) 87, Maple, Ontario, Canada.

Google ScholarCited by:. The Algonquin Forestry Authority (AFA) is the Crown Agency responsible for Sustainable Forest Management in Algonquin Provincial Park.

History: Algonquin Forestry Authority In the late s and early s there was considerable controversy about logging in Algonquin Park.Wolf's of Algonquin: The eastern red wolf can be found in Algonquin Park and is rare to spot.

The wolf that is collared in these photos is a 10 year old momma of 6 known litters. They collared her as a pup back in and she was still alive and going strong as of the date of this photo (June ).The Algonquin Forestry Authority (AFA) is the Crown Agency responsible for Sustainable Forest Management in Algonquin Provincial Park.

History: Logging History Logging for square timber (white and red pine) began about when James Wadsworth obtained a timber licence to cut red pine from Round Lake to the source of the Bonnechere River.