Wolverine study uncovers worries, sparks debate

Scott Stuntz – Teton Valley News

A study to explore the impact of winter recreation on wolverines drew concerns about losing recreation opportunities during a public discussion in Driggs on February 20.

The meeting mainly focused on the possible impact that recreation would have on female wolverines as they create dens and birth their young. Study researcher Dr. Kim Heinemeyer of Round River Conservation said this is especially important for wolverines because of how spread out the population is and how slowly they reproduce.

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