Study to look at Logan Pass goats and humans

By | June 13, 2013

Chris Peterson of the Hungry Horse New reports that Glacier National Park hopes to radio-collar about 20 mountain goats at Logan Pass this year as part of a research project designed to study the iconic animal’s interaction with people. The research will be completed by Joel Berger, a world-renowned wildlife biologist from the University of Montana. Previous studies have shown that about 2,000 mountain goats live in the Park.  Read the full article here.

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