In late April and May, researchers in Isle Royale National Park on Lake Superior captured five wolves and attached GPS radio collars to them. Four of the captured wolves are believed to have been born on the island last year.
Wolf pups have been spotted again on Isle Royale, a hopeful sign in the effort to rebuild the predator species’ population at the U.S. national park, scientists said Monday.
The wolves that were translocated to Isle Royale National Park on Lake Superior have begun to reproduce, the National Park Service says.
Researchers say the wolves relocated to Isle Royale National Park on Lake Superior are starting to form groups and defend their territory.
The wolves that were relocated to Isle Royale National Park on Lake Superior over the last year have adapted well to the island environment, according to researchers.