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    Section 1 – Demographics The following section asks a few details about you. Remember the questionnaire is completely anonymous and confidential. Your contribution to this research is much appreciated. Q1. Are you male or female? Male [ ] Female [ ] Q2. Please select the appropriate age category 18-24 25-30 31-40 41-50 51-60 60 or older Q3. Which UK Region do you currently reside? East [ ] East [ ] Midlands [ ] London [

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    considered a keystone species which means their “presence would reinvigorate the natural order” (clifford). For this reason wolves should be reintroduced into montezuma county. The reintroduction would greatly benefit and restore the balance of our ecosystem. The biggest impact the reintroduction of wolves would make is that they control the population of large mammals such as elk. Without wolves in an ecosystem coyotes step into the role of the biggest predator. However coyotes

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    Wildlife Service coordinated and developed a Mexican wolf reintroduction recovery plan to establish a wild population of no less than 100 Mexican Gray wolves in March

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    Species Act, the Gray Wolf was introduced to Yellowstone National Park, Since then the ecosystem has flourished and more animals have come, rivers are not caving, trees are blooming and more plants are growing and tourism has exploded. So was wolf reintroduction really a good thing. More animals coming into Yellowstone that have

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    protected if need to be. Moreover, I think this paper will help me learn more about wolves, policy processes, and more about the ESA. I The major goals I intend on discussing in this research paper and relating the topic to class, is by tying the reintroduction of the

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    Reintroducing the wolves has greatly impacted the park by decreasing the elk population which increased the growth of willows and benefited the beavers that maintained the river. The effects of the reintroduction of wolves is an example of interrelatedness because it directly impacts everything in its environment. Not necessarily connected directly, but it was more of a cause and effect. Redwoods was the chosen ecosystem. I do agree that redwoods should be the state’s ecosystem because they are

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    Wolf Reintroduction To Yellowstone Park Ted Fessides Ecology, Summer Semester 2011 Professor Thomas Heasley July 15, 2011 Contents Introduction 3 History 4 The Cons of Wolf Reintroduction 6 Pros of Wolf Reintroduction 7 Summary 9 Works Cited 11 Reintroduction of Wolves at Yellowstone Park Introduction While highly controversial, the reintroduction of wolves in Yellowstone Park has provided many beneficial ecological changes to the entire parks ecosystem. After a nearly 70 year absence

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    One idea which could both increase available land for wolf reintroduction is to reclaim land no longer used for farming and allow the land to return to its natural state. As more family and small farming ends, these lands could be purchased by environmental groups and managed to allow the area to revert to its natural state. The idea is for wolf packs to return to these areas that were within their historic range over time and reduce the need to reintroduce wolves from outside the area. Another

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    Reintroduction of Mexican Gray Wolves Through the years, there has been an ongoing argument on whether or not the reintroduction of the Mexican Gray Wolves will benefit or destroy wildlife. The articles show that Mexican Gray wolves will benefit due to the reintroduction, and help the local surrounding lands. Because wolves are so miss understood, people assume the worst. Wolves are just like people living with families and trying to survive. The Mexican Gray wolves are a great way to help bring

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    Should wolves be reintroduced into Scotland? Recently I watched a news article on the reintroduction of wolves to Scotland. This sparked my interest because I felt there was a large misconception about what they eat, why they kill it and how dangerous they are to people. It seems that it could have a vast impact on the environment the questions are: Should large predators such as the wolf be re-introduced into the wild? And is it truly safe? Paul Fentener van Vlissingen was Dutch-British business

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