An interview with Dr. Heather Bryan who has been studying wolves with Raincoast since she was an undergraduate student…
Check out these images of Raincoast’s research vessel Achiever ‘at rest and at work’ recently taken by our Field Station manager Doug Brown. The ‘at rest’ shot is the boat tied up at the Raincoast Field Station.
Raincoast’s Chris Darimont speaks to CFAX. Adam Sterling of CFAX Radio interviews Raincoast’s Dr. Chris Darimont on coastal wolves and the affect that human interference has had on their breeding behaviours on Vancouver Island. Find the audio source file here (MP3).
Species has evolved to take advantage of marine environment March 11, 2009 Judith Lavoie, Canwest News Service Vancouver Sun, Vancouver Province, Edmonton Journal, Times Colonist They have red-tinted hair instead of grey, eat fish along with meat and love to island-hop.
Darimont, C.T., and T.E. Reimchen. 2002. Intra-hair stable isotope analysis implies seasonal shift to salmon in gray wolf diet. Canadian Journal of Zoology 80: 1638-1642. View the paper in PDF