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Tucson, AZ – Today, WildEarth Guardians, the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance and Friends of Animals notified the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) of their intent to sue the Service for its failure to adequately protect imperiled Mexican wolves under the Endangered Species Act. In January, the Service finalized new rules governing the management of Mexican wolves, many aspects of which further undermine efforts to recover the most rare mammal in the American Southwest. Read more »

Wolves returned to the Yellowstone wild 20 years ago yesterday – March 24. Read more »

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) – Wolves are thriving in Washington, primarily on the eastern side of the Cascade Range. Read more »

I borrowed the headline chosen by Reid Ribble for his editorial which appeared on the conservative-leaning Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinal. Read more »

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The state says Washington’s wolf population grew by more than 30 percent last year and formed four new packs. Read more »

ep. Don Young (R-Alaska) suggested Thursday that the solution to homelessness is wolves. Read more »

A lone wolf seen following snowmobiles in Voyageurs National Park may have left the area, park officials said Thursday. Read more »

COCOLALLA — Wolf People’s alleged disregard for conditions of an Idaho Department of Fish & Game agreement is coming back to bite the wolf advocacy and education enterprise. Read more »

Louise Knott Ahern — of Lansing State Journal — puts together a good synopsis of the events that led up to the federal judge’s decision to place Great Lake wolves back on the endangered species list. Read more »

SILVER CITY, N.M.— For the fifth year in a row the number of endangered Mexican gray wolves has increased. There are now 109 individuals, including 53 in New Mexico and 56 in Arizona, compared to 83 a year ago, 80 in 2013, and 67 at the beginning of 2012. The number of breeding pairs also increased to 14, although only eight of these pairs met the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s definitional requirement of producing two pups that survive until the end of the year. Read more »

And… We’re back

February 11th, 2015

As some of you may have noticed, HOWLColorado has been very quiet for a few months.

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Michigan voters rejected two statewide wolf hunting ballot proposals. Read more »

SHELBYVILLE, Mich. (WZZM) – Voters will tackle the issue of wolf hunting Tuesday. Proposal 14-1 asks voters whether there should be an annual wolf hunting season in Michigan. Read more »

Washington drivers who pay extra for personalized license plates on their vehicles play a big role in managing wolves. Read more »

Time was when deer management had no rival as the most controversial realm of Wisconsin wildlife management. Read more »

The chase is on to identify the “wolflike animal” that’s been spotted multiple times recently near the Grand Canyon’s North Rim. Read more »

John Burch spent 20 years studying a family of 11 wolves. Then one day last winter, the entire pack was shot dead. Read more »

Three years into Wisconsin’s wolf hunting/trapping season, we’ve learned at least three things: It’s mostly a trapping season, it opens too early and it’s a fast-paced competition to get a wolf quickly enough to beat a season closure in four of the six management zones. Read more »

Congressional action appears to offer Wyoming its best chance at regaining state management of wolves, Gov. Matt Mead said Thursday. Read more »

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