Daniel Dupont and Katrien Kingdon are PhD students studying the predator-prey dynamics of wolves and moose in eastern Manitoba. Their research uses data from GPS collars to investigate areas of wolf kill sites and the habitat selection behaviour of both species. This project aims to understand the impacts of prey health, alternate prey species, and landscape modification on predation events and wildlife movement.
Daniel and Katrines project articles:
Heights Archery and Outdoors