Wildlife Damage Management, Internet Center for

 

Date of this Version

2017

Citation

Northeastern Naturalist, Issue 24/2, 2017, pp. N11-N14

Comments

US govt work

Abstract

Although Canis lupus L. (Gray Wolf) individuals are sometimes impaled by sticks, we could find no documentation of natural impalement by sticks as a cause of death for wild Wolves. Here we report on a wild Gray Wolf from northeastern Minnesota that died due to stick puncture of its thorax and abdomen.

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