Glacier Logan Pass Goat Study Wraps Up

By | December 5, 2016
A collared mountain goat nanny at Logan Pass last summer.

A collared mountain goat nanny at Logan Pass last summer.

The Hungry Horse News reports that a three-year study of mountain goats at Logan Pass wrapped up this fall and Glacier National Park hopes to do a park-wide study of the iconic creatures starting in a couple of years. The latest study focused on 24 goats living in the Logan Pass region that were radio collared and tracked by University of Montana graduate student Wesley Sarmento. Read the full story here.

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