Phil Gipson and Rod Gonzales are interviewed by Steve Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska on February 7, 1984
ORAL HISTORY 01-84-02-02
KUAC (Radio station : Fairbanks, Alaska)University of Alaska FairbanksLay, Steve (Interviewer)Gipson, Phil (Interviewee)Gonzales, Rod (Interviewee)
KUAC studios; University of Alaska Fairbanks
Phil Gipson and Rod Gonzales, from the Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, talk about Brownie the coydog, her pups, proposal to leave two of the puppies with their mother and put the others up for adoption, research on coydog behavior, dominance hierarchy and aggressive behaviors, testing pups for aggression, neutering the puppies, types of collars used for tracking, the possibility of an increase of coyote populations in the Interior of Alaska, where Brownie finds food, her acceptance into her neighborhood, and othe studies of urban coyotes.
1 sound cassette (about 15 min.) : analog.
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