Data from: Prey selection of Scandinavian wolves: single large or several small?

Håkan Sand, Ann Eklund, Barbara Zimmermann, Camilla Wikenros & Petter Wabakken
Research on large predator-prey interactions are often limited to the predators’ primary prey, with the potential for prey switching in systems with multiple ungulate species rarely investigated. We evaluated wolf (Canis lupus) prey selection at two different spatial scales, i.e., inter- and intra-territorial, using data from 409 ungulate wolf-kills in an expanding wolf population in Scandinavia. This expansion includes a change from a one-prey into a two-prey system with variable densities of one large-sized ungulate;...
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