The talk was inspired by the many sculptured stone heads in the cathedral and she produced some most original ideas to explain who they were. As written records do not exist there is no definitive answer and whether correct or not her talk certainly produced the desire to visit the cathedral to view the heads.
Sixteen different wolves were captured on the Grand Portage Chippewa reservation. Seven of those wolves were collared and released either on Isle Royale or at the site of capture. Young wolves were ear tagged and released. Ear tags have been invaluable in determining age of wolves for the Isle Royale project and in population estimates on the mainland.
The four wolves were examined by wildlife veterinarians, documented, tagged and fitted with tracking collars. They were deemed generally healthy, between the ages of two and five, and not from the same pack.
Capture, health exams, translocation and release of wolves has been a team effort involving numerous agency and university personnel. Since the wolves arrived on the island, park biologists have been tracking them using GPS technology, which allows daily monitoring of movement.
The National Park Service confirmed today that one of the wolves relocated to the park this fall has died. Park staff became concerned when location data for the male wolf indicated a mortality signal, despite the fact that the collar was not functioning properly.
Late last month, the collar indicated his movements appeared to be confined to a small location and the collar was in mortality mode.
Because of the earlier malfunctions, park staff needed to determine whether the signal was truly a mortality signal. Isle Royale staff and partners from Grand Portage Band of Chippewa traveled to the island to find the wolf. They located it through telemetry and converged on the carcass to do a site investigation and recover it for necropsy.
There was no obvious cause of death and no indication of wolf-on-wolf mortality. Results are expected in December. The three remaining relocated wolves are doing well and their movements are being tracked through GPS.
They have occasionally been within feet of each other while exploring the island. The park is continuing with this project and is planning relocation of wolves from Ontario in January. Wyoming Hunt The hunting season for wolves in the trophy game area of northwestern Wyoming opened Sept.
The hunting season remains open until Dec. Currently, only one hunt area has reached its quota. Idaho Idaho allows both hunting and trapping seasons for wolves, and inharvested more than wolves.
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Kyshaun Summers, a Ridgefield High School senior, creates a drama and music art panel for the construction site fenceline at his school.
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