Utah State University ecologist Dan MacNulty says a new study using 13 years of wolf-collar data offers a startling theory: Wolf populations are self-limiting because the animals prey on each other, killing pups in competing packs, for example. “The success of a wolf from an evolutionary perspective is based on how many pups it leaves behind,” says MacNulty.
Professor in USU’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and interim dean for the College of Science, Berreau presents “Chemical Attractions.” Her talk, followed by hands-on learning activities, exhibits and refreshments, is free and open to all ages. Friday 9-12 @ 7 p.m.
A team, lead by Steven Burr, will analyze data gathered to determine how many people actually use the canyons for recreation? Where are they coming from? And what are they doing during their time there?