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A wolf pack in Umatilla County in eastern Oregon is two strikes away from a possible state kill order. Read more »

SUAMICO – Six red wolf pups spent Friday morning sitting snugly inside their shelters at the NEW Zoo. Read more »

MEXICO CITY (AP) — The first known litter of Mexican gray wolves has been born in the wild as part of a three-year effort to re-introduce the subspecies to a habitat where it disappeared three decades ago, Mexican officials reported Thursday. Read more »

It turns out that wolves have a greater influence than expected when it comes to smaller predators further down the food chain. Using coyote and red fox fur trapping records, scientists have recorded how these larger predators influence the ecosystem around them. Read more »

The remarkable chain of events that set the stage for gray wolves to gain California Endangered Species Act protections last week seemed, at times, more cinematic than real. Read more »

The “Monstrous Week” special – “Man-Eating Super Wolves” – aired on Animal Planet over the Memorial Day weekend, but in response to a flood of protests from wolf advocates and others, the network has pulled the remaining repeat airings, and posted a pro-wolf article on their home page. Read more »

Sunday, May 25th, Animal Planet will air a special (which will be repeated multiple times over their “monstrous” week) which blatantly misrepresents wolves, portraying them as a growing danger to humans, and puts forth anti-wolf spokesperson, Valerius Geist as their primary source. Read more »

The Mexican Wolf/Livestock Coexistence Council is extending the deadline for livestock producers to submit applications to receive payments for wolf presence under the Mexican Wolf/Livestock Coexistence Plan. Read more »

National Geographic Young Explorer Jay Simpson is part of the Wolf OR-7 Expedition, a 1,200-mile adventure in the tracks of a wolf. Using an estimated GPS track of the lone Wolf OR-7, the team will mountain bike and hike across Oregon and Northern California. Their aim is to raise awareness of local strategies that make on-the-ground strides toward human and wolf coexistence in the region. Read more »

According to Wyoming’s Fish and Game department, 179 wolves is just too many – a number which encompasses 15 distinct packs – which live in the “Wolf Trophy Game Management Area” (WTGMA). Read more »

WATERTOWN — A month after delivering their fourth litter, nine pups in all, gray wolves Kenai and Kaja at the New York State Zoo at Thompson Park are readjusting to parenting. Read more »

Wolfstock 2014 will be the the place to be this May 18th. Read more »

Park County people will have an opportunity to weigh in on a controversial wildlife issue: wolves. Read more »

ALBUQUERQUE (AP) — Federal wildlife officials say the deadline has been extended for ranchers to apply for payments under a program meant to ease conflicts between Mexican gray wolves and livestock. Read more »

The results of Michigan’s 2014 wolf population survey indicate no significant change in the estimated number of wolves in the Upper Peninsula compared to the results of last year’s survey, Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Division officials said today. Read more »

Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center wolves get a cameo feature in Fox show “Kitchen Nightmares.” Read more »

The news for the wolves of Isle Royale, the longest running study of it’s kind, is not good. The researchers talk to local ABC station about their recently released annual report.
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RISING SUN, Ind. (Rich Jaffe) — A well known local wildlife sanctuary has three brand new, very fuzzy residents… wolf puppies! Read more »

LANSING, Mich. — Michigan officials certified a second referendum on hunting wolves Tuesday for the November statewide ballot, which wildlife groups hope voters will support to block future hunts. Read more »

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is proposing to increase the number of wolves hunters can take this fall. Read more »

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