About This Project
Puma (Puma concolor) ecology in northern Mexico is essentially unknown and thus far, has relied on camera trapping and scat analysis to gather information. Now, Mexican gray wolves (Canis lupus baileyi), also known as "lobos," are being re-introduced into northern Mexico, and an amazing opportunity to study these predators together using cutting-edge GPS technology has emerged, with the overall goal of fostering large carnivore tolerance and coexistence in a rugged cattle ranching landscape.
Recent Lab Notes From This Project
Browse Other Projects on Experiment
The aim of this project is to discover how Vespa Amino Acid Mixture (VAAM), a metabolic accelerant, impacts...