I find that fascinating, especially given the presence of two wolf packs in the area. Wolves have long been thought to be highly efficient deer predators, given their speed, size and ability to hunt as packs. Moreover, wolves have the reputation as coyote-killers, limiting populations of the smaller canines wherever the two share space. Perhaps this new study (and another, soon-to-start in neighboring Wisconsin) will shed even more light on not only whitetail predation, but how predators relate to each other. We'll be tracking this research in the months to come.