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Fauna of the National Parks — No. 5
The Wolves of Mount McKinley
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ANDERSON, R. M. Investigation into wildlife conditions in national parks (Waterton Lakes. Banff, and Jasper) in the Province of Alberta, 1938.

BAILEY, VERNON. A biological survey of North Dakota. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Biological Survey, 1926. 416 p. (North American Fauna No, 49.)

BEEN, FRANK. Memoranda to Director of National Park Service, dated February 3, 1942 and April 14, 1942. Manuscript.

BLAIR, W. REID. Actinomycosis in the black mountain sheep. Eleventh annual report of the New York Zoological Society, 1907.

CAMERON, A. G. The wild red deer of Scotland. Edinburgh, Win. Blackwood & Sons, 1923. 248 p.

CAPPS, S. R. The eastern portion of Mount McKinley National Park. U. S. Geological Survey, 1932. (Bulletin No. 836—D, p. 219—300.)

DARLING, F. FRASER. A herd of red deer. A study in animal behavior. London, Oxford University Press, 1937. 215 p.

DIXON, JOSEPH S. Birds and mammals of Mount McKinley National Park. U. S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 1938. 236 p. (Fauna Series No. 3.)

FORSLING, C. L. Saving livestock from starvation on southwestern ranges. U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1924. 22 p. (Farmers Bulletin No. 1428.)

GOBLE, FRANS C., and MURIE, ADOLPH. A record of lungworms in Ovis dalli (Nelson). Journal of Mammalogy, 23:220—221, 1942.

HADWEN, S., and PALMER, LAWRENCE J. Reindeer in Alaska. U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1922. 74 p. (Bulletin No. 1089.)

HENRY, ALEXANDER and THOMPSON, DAVID. New light on the history of the greater Northwest. The manuscript journals of Alexander Henry and of David Thompson, 1799—1814. Edited by E. Cones, New York, F. P. Harper, 1897, 3 vols.

HIBBEN, FRANK C. A preliminary study of the mountain lion (Felis oregonensis sp.). The University of New Mexico, 1937. (Bulletin No. 318; Biological Series, Vol. 5, No. 3, p. 3—59.)

HONESS, RALPH F. and FROST, NEDWARD M. A Wyoming Bighorn Sheep Study. Wyoming Game and Fish Department, 1942. 127 p. (Bulletin No. 1.)

MARSHALL, ROBERT. North Doonerak, Amawk and Apoon. New York. Privately printed, 1939, 31 p.

MERRIAM, C. HART. Review of the grizzly and big brown bears of North America (genus Ursus) with description of a new genus, Vetularctos. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Biological Survey, 1918. 136 p. (North American Fauna No. 41.)

MURIE, ADOLPH. The moose of Isle Royale. Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, 1934. 44 p. (Miscellaneous Publication No. 25.)

_______ Following fox trails. Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, 1936. 45 p. (Miscellaneous Publication No. 32.)

______ Ecology of the coyote in the Yellowstone. U. S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 1941. 206 p. (Fauna Series No. 4.)

MURIE, O. J. An epizootic disease of elk. Journal of Mammalogy, 11:214-22, 1930.

______ Alaska-Yukon caribou. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Biological Survey, 1935. 93 p. (North American Fauna No, 54.)

______ Food habits of the northern bald eagle in the Aleutian Islands, Alaska. The Condor, 42: 198—202, 1940.

NELSON, E. W. Report upon natural history collections made in Alaska between the years 1877 and 1881. Washington, D. C., Government Printing Office, 1888. 337 p. (No. 3, Arctic series of publications issued in connection with Signal Service, U. S. Army.)

OLSON, SIGURD F. A study in predatory relationship with particular reference to the wolf, The Scientific Monthly, 46:323—36, 1938.

PALMER, LAWRENCE J. Progress of reindeer grazing investigations in Alaska. U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1926. 37 p. (Bulletin No, 1423.)

______ Progress report Dall sheep in the Mount Hayes region, 1941. 27 p. Manuscript.

PIKE, W. The barren ground of Northern Canada, London, The Macmillan Co., 1892. 300 p.

PREBLE, E. A. A biological investigation of the Athabaska-Mackenzie region. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Biological Survey, 1908. 574 p. (North American Fauna No. 27.)

SDOBNIKOV, V. M. Relations between the reindeer (Rangifer tarandus) and the animal life of tundra and forest. Transcript of the Arctic Institute, Leningrad. 24:5—60, 1935. (English summary, p. 61—66.)

SETON, E. T. The Arctic prairies. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1911. 415 p.

______ Lives of game animals, Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday, Doran and Co., 1929. (4 vols.)

SHELDON, CHARLES. The wilderness of Denali: explorations of a hunter-naturalist in northern Alaska, New York and London, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930. 412 p.

SOPER, J. DEWEY, Mammals of Wood Buffalo Park, northern Alberta and District of Mackenzie. Journal of Mammalogy, 23: 119—45, 1942.

SPENCER, CLIFFORD C. Notes of the life history of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep in the Tarryall Mountains of Colorado. Journal of Mammalogy, 24: 1-11, February 1943.

STANWELL-FLETCHER, JOHN F. Three years in the wolves' wilderness, Natural History, 49: 136—47, March 1942.

SUPERINTENDENTS' MONTHLY REPORTS, Mount McKinley National Park, 1925—42. Manuscript.

SWISHER, LEE, Personal letters.

YOUNG, STANLEY P. The war on the wolf. American Forests, 48:552—55, 572—74, December 1942.

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