One with the wolves

Monday Magazine By Bill Stuart Feb 27 2008 Chris Darimont goes north to the Great Bear Rainforest No question, wolves have gotten a bad rap through literature and folklore over the years, but in truth they are an essential part of many northern ecosystems. Thanks to the work of the Raincoast Conservation Foundation and scientists…

The influence of natural landscape fragmentation and resource availability on connectivity and distribution of marine gray wolf (Canis lupus) populations on the Central Coast, British Columbia, Canada

Paquet, P.C., S.M. Alexander, P.L. Swan, and C.T. Darimont. 2006. The influence of natural landscape fragmentation and resource availability on connectivity and distribution of marine gray wolf (Canis lupus) populations on the Central Coast, British Columbia, Canada. In Crooks, K. and M.A. Sanjayan (Eds.) Connectivity Conservation. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK. Landscape fragmentation & wolves…

Facts from faeces: Prey remains in Wolf, Canis lupus, faeces revise occurrence records for mammals of British Columbia’s coastal archipelago.

Price, M.H.H., C.T. Darimont, N.N. Winchester, and P.C. Paquet. 2005. Facts from Faeces: Prey Remains in Wolf, Canis lupus, Faeces Revise Occurrence Records for Mammals of British Columbia’s Coastal Archipelago. The Canadian Field Naturalist 119(2): 192-196. Facts from faeces.pdf

Modelling Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) Distribution and Habitat in Coastal Temperate Rainforests of British Columbia, Canada

Swan, P.L. 2005. Modelling Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) Distribution and Habitat in Coastal Temperate Rainforests of British Columbia, Canada. MSc. Thesis. University of Calgary. Department of Geography.

Great Bear Rainforest Agreement

An ongoing assessment of British Columbia’s efforts in protecting the Great Bear Rainforest September 1, 2005 Proposed land use plans for Great Bear Rainforest scientifically inadequate The British Columbia government is currently deciding whether or not to legally implement a new conservation blueprint for the Great Bear Rainforest. After years of consultation with the forestry…

Predators in natural fragments: foraging ecology of wolves in British Columbia’s central and North Coast archipelago

Darimont, C.T., M.H.H. Price, N.N. Winchester, J. Gordon-Walker, and P.C. Paquet. 2004. Predators in natural fragments: foraging ecology of wolves of British Columbia’s central and north coast archipelago. Journal of Biogeography 31: 1867-1877. View the paper in .PDF