Vol. 18 No. 4
pages 93-192

Carnivore Conservation in the Twenty-first Century

  • by Nina Fascione and M.Elsbeth McPhee

I. Theory and Methods in Carnivore Conservation

Who Limits Whom: Predators or Prey?

  • by Roger A. Powell

A New Approach to Understanding Canid Populations Using an
Individual-Based Computer Model: Preliminary Results

  • by William C. Pitt, Frederick F. Knowlton, and Paul W. Box

II. Carnivores and Habitat

Mapping Occupied Habitat for Forest Carnivores in the American West and Estimating their Conservation Status

  • by David L. Gaillard

Road Density as a Factor in Habitat Selection by Wolves and Other Carnivores in the Great Lakes Region

  • by Adrian P. Wydeven, David J. Mladenoff, Theodore A. Sickley, Bruce E. Kohn,
    R. P. Thiel, and Jennifer L. Hansen

A Predator-Habitat Assessment for Felids in the Inland Atlantic Forest
of Eastern Paraguay: A Preliminary Analysis

  • by Gerald L. Zuercher, Philip S. Gipson, and Kim Hill

III. Raptor Conservation

Status of the California Condor and Mortality Factors Affecting Recovery

  • by Kelly J. Sorenson, L. Joseph Burnett, and James R. Davis

Raptors as Vermin: A History of Human Attitudes towards
Pennsylvania's Birds of Prey

  • by Keith L. Bildstein

Mexican Wolf ( Canis lupus baileyi).

Photograph by B. Moose Peterson/WRP

IV. Felid Conservation

Status and Conservation of Endangered Cats along the U.S.-Mexico Border

  • by Melissa Grigione, Arturo Caso, Rurik List, and Carlos Lopez-Gonzalez

Molecular Scatology as a Conservation Tool

  • by Laura Farrell


Linking Snow Leopard Conservation and People-Wildlife Conflict Resolution: Grassroots Measures to Protect the Endangered Snow Leopard from Herder Retribution

  • by Rodney Jackson and Rinchen Wangehuk


Black Bear ( Ursus americanus).

Photograph by B. Moose Peterson/WRP

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V. Canid Conservation

The Status of the Wolf Population in Post-Soviet Kyrgyzstan

  • by CJ Hazell

Gray wolf restoration in the Northwestern United States

  • by Ed Bangs, Joe Fontain, Mike Jimenez, Tom Meier, Carter Niemeyer, Doug Smith, Kerry Murphy, Deb Guernsey, Larry Handegard, Mark Collinge, Rod Krischke, John Shivik, Curt Mack, Issac Babcock, Val Asher, and Dominic Domenici

The Feasibility of Gray Wolf Reintroduction to the Grand Canyon Ecoregion

  • by Paul G. Sneed

Canis Soupus: Eastern Wolf Genetics and its Implications for Wolf Recovery in the Northeast United States

  • by Nina Fascione, Lisa G. L. Osborn, Stephen R. Kendrot, and Paul C. Paquet

Captivity, Inbreeding, Cross-Lineage Matings, and Body Size in
Mexican Wolves

  • by Richard Fredrickson and Philip Hedrick

First Swift fox, Vulpes velox, Reintroduction in the USA:
Results of the First Two Years

  • by Clio Smeeton and Ken Weagle

Interspecific Interactions Among Wild Canids: Implications for the Conservation of Endangered San Joaquin Kit Foxes

  • by Brian L. Cypher, Howard O. Clark, Jr., Patrick A. Kelly, Christine Van Horn Job, Gregory D. Warrick, and Daniel F. Williams

VI. Predation Management

Chemical Repellents and Other Aversive Strategies in Predation Management

  • by J.R. Mason, J.A. Shivik, and M.W. Fall

Effectiveness of Livestock Guarding Animals for Reducing Predation on Livestock

  • by William F. Andelt

VII. Opinions

Historic Attitudes and Images and the Implications on Carnivore Survival

  • by Karlyn Atkinson Berg

Bringing Down the Walls

  • by Gale H. Ford

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