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Apr
16
2019

Bow Valley alpha female dens to have pups

Canada: Bow Valley alpha female dens to have pups Dan Rafla, a human wildlife conflict specialist with Parks Canada, confirmed that the female wolf is pregnant.   “She should...

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Apr
11
2019

It's time to return the wolf to Texas

The Mexican wolf, one of the most endangered apex predators in the world, once roamed the mountains and deserts of the Southwest and Mexico by the thousands. They were killed by ranchers and...

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Apr
11
2019

Wolves return to Netherlands after 140 years

Ecologists from campaign groups FreeNature and Wolven in Nederland have been tracking two female wolves in the Veluwe area, collecting wolf prints and scat (droppings) from which they can identify...

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Apr
09
2019

Oregon gray wolf population increases in 2018

Conservation organizations are calling on Governor Kate Brown and her Fish and Wildlife Commission to strengthen the Oregon Wolf Plan while wolves continue to...

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Apr
09
2019

More Mexican gray wolves roaming southwestern US

Agency officials declared progress for the endangered species in New Mexico and Arizona, saying there are at least 131 wolves in the wild in the two states. That represents a 12% jump in the...

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Apr
03
2019

Study Finds North Carolina’s Red Wolf a Unique Species

ASHEVILLE, N.C. — Red wolves roam the Albemarle Peninsula of eastern North Carolina, and a new study confirms that the wild population is a unique, genetically distinct species.  The...

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Apr
03
2019

New Mexico Bans Destructive Coyote-killing Contests

Governor Lujan Grisham Signs Bill Abolishing Organized Competition Killing of Coyotes for Prizes, Entertainment SANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham today signed...

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Mar
25
2019

WHY YOUR VOICE MATTERS

During the Fall of 2018, 4 concerned citizens learned about Wildlife Killing Contests (WKCs) happening all across the state of AZ, got together and got determined to end WKCs in our state.  They...

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Mar
20
2019

Is the gray wolf still endangered?

Is the gray wolf still endangered? Depends who you ask. The definition of endangered is up for debate.  Gray wolves occupy less than 20 percent of their historic U.S. range, notes Jeremy...

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Mar
19
2019

Coyote-killing contests have no place in NM

More than 70 prominent conservation scientists have signed a statement condemning killing contests as ecologically indefensible, but organizers still promote them as a recreational pursuit and a way...

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