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Sep
16
2019

Colorado: Group trying to get wolf reintroduction question on 2020 Colorado ballot

The Rocky Mountain Wolf Action Fund (RMWAF) is hoping to get a question on the ballot for the next election- asking if you think wolves should be reintroduced in Colorado.   The initial plan...

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Sep
13
2019

What Wolves in Yellowstone Can Teach Us about Probiotics

No one really expected the reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone to cause the chain reaction that it did. Still, it will be decades before scientists fully understand the effect reintroduced wolves...

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Sep
13
2019

Tibetan Mastiffs Bred with Mountain Wolves to Survive at Super-High Altitudes

Tibetan mastiffs can thrive at high altitudes, where the thin air would kill other breeds. And now, according to a paper published July 30 in the journal Molecular Biology and Evolution, we...

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Sep
09
2019

Michigan: First Michigan wolf caught, flown to Isle Royale to kick off relocation effort’s second year

A 70-pound male wolf, estimated to be about 3 years old, is the first wolf to be captured on Michigan’s mainland and flown by seaplane to the remote island in Lake Superior. The newest predator...

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Sep
09
2019

Washington: Wolf meetings canceled amid public reaction

Following the controversy that emerged over the decimation of the Old Profanity Territory pack, Fish & Wildlife announced last week that it had canceled all meetings planned for the early phase of...

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Sep
05
2019

Governor’s Regulatory Review Council Approves Rule Banning Wildlife Killing Contests

Phoenix, AZ - Today the Governor’s Regulatory Review Council (GRRC) unanimously approved a rule banning wildlife killing contests for predatory and furbearing species in Arizona making Arizona...

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Aug
27
2019

Running On Empty

After our last visit to the sanctuary, we specifically wanted to see how we could address the plumbing situation for the critical water system that runs throughout the property. Much of the...

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Aug
19
2019

Earth Notes: Coyotes — Nature’s tick control

August 9th, 2019 By Lega Medcalf Predators, such as coyotes, are part of a healthy ecosystem and are especially beneficial because they control the population of rodents and therefore the...

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Aug
16
2019

BREAKING WA WOLF NEWS

The King County, WA, court hearing on the private citizen suit versus WDFW over its wolf-killing was just held this morning. It is a good news/bad news situation. The great news is that the court...

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Aug
15
2019

Oregon: Keeney Meadows wolves confirmed by camera

According to Ryan Platte, of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s John Day Field Office, trappers first reported seeing two black wolves in the Hog Creek and Long Creek Mountain area...

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