13 Mar '12, 4pm

Q. and A.: Tracking the Elusive Wolverine

Sean Patrick Farrell From left, the wildlife biologist Steve Gehmann, the adventurer-organizer Gregg Treinish and a volunteer, Kane Brightman, tracking wolverine prints on an expedition in western Montana. In Monday’s paper, I wrote about a new group called Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation that is working to link outdoors types with researchers who can benefit from their back-country skills and data-gathering. I reported from western Montana, where Gregg Treinish, the group’s founder, was jointly leading a weekend expedition of a dozen volunteers tracking the wolverine. Their data would go to Steve Gehman, a biologist who has spent 15 years studying the animal through his nonprofit research group, Wild Things Unlimited . (The video accompanying my article delves into the art of tracking wolverines and collecting hair and scat samples.) I asked Mr. Gehman to expl...

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