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Home range size, vegetation density, and season influences prey use by coyotes (Canis latrans)

research. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Jennifer N. Ward, Joseph W. Hinton, Michael J. Chamberlain. Data curation: Jennifer N. Ward, Joseph W. Hinton, Melissa L. Karlin. Formal analysis ... : Jennifer N. Ward, Joseph W. Hinton. Funding acquisition: Karl V. Miller, Michael J. Chamberlain. Investigation: Jennifer N. Ward, Joseph W. Hinton. Methodology: Jennifer N. Ward, Joseph W. Hinton

Space Use and Habitat Selection by Resident and Transient Red Wolves (Canis rufus)

Recovery of large carnivores remains a challenge because complex spatial dynamics that facilitate population persistence are poorly understood. In particular, recovery of the critically endangered red wolf (Canis rufus) has been challenging because of its vulnerability to extinction via human-caused mortality and hybridization with coyotes (Canis latrans). Therefore...

Space Use and Habitat Selection by Resident and Transient Coyotes (Canis latrans)

Little information exists on coyote (Canis latrans) space use and habitat selection in the southeastern United States and most studies conducted in the Southeast have been carried out within small study areas (e.g., ≤1,000 km2). Therefore, studying the placement, size, and habitat composition of coyote home ranges over broad geographic areas could provide relevant insights...