Kemp Natural Resources Station http://wxpr.org en Changes In Wildlife Predators Near Developed Lakes http://wxpr.org/post/changes-wildlife-predators-near-developed-lakes <P>A researcher says people building near Northwoods lakes and rivers is changing what types of animals hunt near those shorelines.</P> <P>A research scientist from Michigan Tech University Dan Haskell will speak Tuesday evening(7/30) at Kemp Natural Resources Station in Woodruff about his recent study.</P> <P>Haskell says with more homes near lakes the larger carnivores have been replaced by smaller carnivores like fox and raccoon....</P> <BLOCKQUOTE> <P><I><U>"....we noticed a major shift in the carnivore diversity between high-developed lakes and low-developed lakes. Sat, 27 Jul 2013 12:43:41 +0000 Ken Krall 5689 at http://wxpr.org Changes In Wildlife Predators Near Developed Lakes Wolves' Social Structure Means Dynamic Population Changes http://wxpr.org/post/wolves-social-structure-means-dynamic-population-changes <p>Wisconsin’s gray wolf population is estimated at over 800 - high enough that the state Department of Natural Resources allows a certain number of wolves to be hunted each year. &nbsp;</p> Fri, 05 Jul 2013 20:41:20 +0000 Natalie Jablonski 4608 at http://wxpr.org Wolves' Social Structure Means Dynamic Population Changes