Western U.S.

 

Map produced by Defenders of Wildlife using wolverine location data from the following sources (Southern Rockies location data in bold):

 

A1—Aubry, Keith B., John Rohrer, Catherine M. Raley, Eric C. Lofroth and Scott Fitkin. 2011.  Wolverine distribution and ecology in the North Cascades Ecosystem, 2011 Annual Report.  Unpublished interagency report, U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Olympia, WA.  http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/sfpnw/issssp/species-index/fauna-mammals.shtml

 

A2—Akins, Jocelyn  2009. Unpublished internet blog posts for the Cascades Carnivore Project in June 2009, posted online at:  http://cascadescarnivoreproject.blogspot.com/

 

C1—Copeland, J.P.  1996.  Biology of the wolverine in central Idaho. Thesis, University of Idaho, Moscow, USA. 

 

C2—Copeland, J.P., and R.E. Yates.  2006.  Wolverine population assessment in Glacier National Park spring 2006 progress report.  USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Missoula, Montana.  http://wolverinefoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/glacier05-06.pdf

 

G1--Gehman, Steve and Betsy Robinson 2007.  Wolverine detections in the northern Rocky Mountains, a summary of surveys from 15 winters.  Unpublished report by Wild Things Unlimited, Bozeman, Montana, August 2007.

 

G3--Gehman, Steve, Betsy Robinson and Mike Porco 2010.  Snow-Tracking Surveys on the Helena National Forest, December 2009 – March 2010.  Unpublished report by Wild Things Unlimited, Bozeman, Montana, November 2010.

 

H1—Heinemeyer, Kimberly, John Squires and Jeff Copeland 2010. Investigating the interactions between wolverines and winter recreation use:  2010 Annual Report.  Unpublished report by Round River Conservation Studies and the USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, October 1, 2010.  http://www.forestcarnivores.org/wolverine/

 

I1-- Inman, R.M., K.H. Inman, A.J. McCue, M.L. Packila, G.C. White, and B.C. Aber.  2007a.  Wolverine space use in Greater Yellowstone. In: Wildlife Conservation Society, Greater Yellowstone Wolverine Program, Cumulative Report, May 2007.  http://www.wcsnorthamerica.org/AboutUs/Publications/tabid/3437/Default.aspx

 

I2—Inman, R.M., M.L. Packila, K.H. Inman, R. Spence, and D. McCauley. 2008. Greater Yellowstone Wolverine Program, Progress Report – November 2008. Wildlife Conservation Society, North America Program, General Report, Bozeman, Montana, U.S.A.  http://www.wcsnorthamerica.org/AboutUs/Publications/tabid/3437/Default.aspx

 

I3—Inman, R.M., M.L. Packila, K.H. Inman, B. Aber, R. Spence, and D. McCauley. 2009. Greater Yellowstone Wolverine Program, Progress Report – December 2009. Wildlife Conservation Society, North America Program, General Report, Bozeman, Montana, U.S.A.  http://www.wcsnorthamerica.org/AboutUs/Publications/tabid/3437/Default.aspx

 

I4—Idaho Department of Fish and Game,Idaho Panhandle National Forest (USDA), U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station (USDA),2011.  Inland Maritime Initiative: Forest Carnivores, Winter 2011 Update.  Unpublished report available online at:  http://www.scotchmanpeaks.org/blog/rare-forest-carnivore-study-report/#more-1307

 

I6—IPNF 2011. Idaho Panhandle National Forest (USDA) Wildlife Biologist Lydia Allen, personal communication, photograph of a wolverine taken near Pyramid Lake, Idaho, November 2011.

 

M1—Murphy, K., J. Wilmot, J. Copeland, D. Tyers, J. Squires, R. M. Inman, M. L. Packila, D. McWhirter. 2011. Wolverine conservation in Yellowstone National Park: Final report. YCR-2011-02. National Park Service, Yellowstone National Park, Yellowstone Center for Resources, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.  http://www.greateryellowstonescience.org/node/3523

 

M2—Magoun Magoun, A.J., C.D. Long, M.K. Schwartz, K.L. Pilgrim, R.E. Lowell, P.Valkenburg. 2011. Integrating Motion-Detection Cameras and Hair Snags for Wolverine Identification. The Journal of Wildlife Management 75(3):731-739. http://www.rmrs.nau.edu/wildlife/genetics/publications.php

 

M3--Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks.  Wolverine trapping locations, December 2007 – February 2010.  Data submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, July 16, 2010.

 

M5-- Moriarty, K. M., William J. Zielinski, Armand G. Gonzales, Todd E. Dawson, Kristie M. Boatner, Craig A. Wilson, Fredrick V. Schlexer, Kristine L. Pilgrim, Jeffrey P. Copeland, and Michael K. Schwartz. 2009. "Wolverine Confirmation in California after Nearly a Century: Native or Long-Distance Immigrant?" Northwest Science 83(2): 154-162.  http://www.rmrs.nau.edu/wildlife/genetics/publications.php