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The Transboundary Flathead A Critical Landscape for Carnivores in the Rocky Mountains

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The Transboundary Flathead: A Critical Landscape for Carnivores in the Rocky Mountains. John Weaver. WCS Working Papers No. 18. 2001 The Rocky Mountains from Yellowstone to Yukon offer one of the last, best opportunities on the continent for carnivore conservation. The Flathead River Basin spans the International border between British Columbia and Montana where it forms the western boundary of Glacier National Park. Its unique community of carnivore species including wolf, lynx, marten, wolverine, and grizzly bear, is unmatched in North America


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