Every wolf howls with its own “voice”and that’s how researchers are identifying non-radio-collared pack members.

Photo credit Angela Dassow Identifying individual gray wolves by use of radio-tracking has been used for many years. Because wolves are rarely seen this is one of the main ways biologists have used to monitor them. The collars are used to monitor gray wolves, are also known as radio telemetry. They weigh around a pound, … Continue reading Every wolf howls with its own “voice”and that’s how researchers are identifying non-radio-collared pack members.