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Oct
19
2019

Scientists Urge New Approach to Southwestern Wolf Conservation

Scientists Urge New Approach to Southwestern Wolf Conservation Through Court-ordered Rewrite of Management Rules   “It’s time to end wolf management that’s based on...

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Oct
18
2019

The Wolf Runt Who Rose To Alpha-Male Status In Yellowstone

Rick McIntyre, author of "The Rise of Wolf 8: Witnessing the Triumph of Yellowstone’s Underdog." Served with the National Park Service for 42 years, including as Yellowstone’s...

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Oct
14
2019

Group collects 168,000 signatures to put gray wolf restoration initiative on Colorado ballot

The Colorado Restore Gray Wolf Population Initiative would require the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission (CPW) to create and execute a plan to restore gray wolf populations on...

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Oct
08
2019

Wolves And Coyotes Feel Sadness

Wolves And Coyotes Feel Sadness And Grieve Like Humans There's no doubt whatsoever that, when it comes to what we can and cannot do to other animals, it's their emotions that should inform...

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Oct
07
2019

New Wolf Pack in Western Oregon Boasts 4 New Pups

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Friday that a photo from a trail camera confirmed the new pups' existence. Their fur gray with cream-colored streaks, three of them were photographed...

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Oct
04
2019

Can UW-Madison rebuild coexistence between ourselves and our animal neighbors?

Since Europeans first arrived in the Americas, wolves have been the stuff of nightmares — a predator to be feared — when they would rather avoid interaction with us altogether....

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Oct
01
2019

High Tailing It!

Another update for you on Eagle Tail Mountain Wolf Sanctuary. B and I spent several hours there this past weekend. It was an important visit as our goal was to sit down with Kelly and work out both...

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Oct
01
2019

Historical moment: First woman to be named chief ranger at Yellowstone National Park

According to a press release, Sarah Davis is a 20 year veteran of the National Park Service and most recently worked as a chief ranger at Natchez Trace Parkway.  She will now oversee more than...

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Sep
26
2019

Michigan: Isle Royale gets three more wolves, up to 17 total

The latest three wolves came from the Upper Peninsula, as was planned as part of the National Park Service's ongoing efforts to restore a viable, self-sustainable wolf population to the...

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Sep
24
2019

Call of the Wild Mural Family Fun Day

Join forces and voices for wolves and all things wild! Paint, draw and write on our Call of the Wild mural, face painting by Artistic Magic, puppet show presented by Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery...

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