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Posted by Lauren Hertel on Thursday, December 19 2013


Mark Elbroch

Mark Elbroch has contributed to puma research in Idaho, Colorado, California, Wyoming, and Chile, and lots of other carnivores along the way. He earned his PhD at the University of California, Davis, where his dissertation research focused on puma ecology in Patagonia in the presence of endangered humeul deer. He has authored/coauthored 10 books on natural history and numerous scientific articles published in peer-review journals. Mark is currently a Project Leader for Panthera, a US-based non-profit that conducts science to promote wild cat conservation worldwide.

Recent columns:

Hunters or Hunted? Wolves vs. Mountain Lions

Understanding America's Big Cat: An Introduction to the Teton Cougar Project 

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