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Defenders of Wildlife is trying to raise public awareness about the wolf hunts with a 15 second video – on the massive CBS superscreen.

The Natural Resources Defense Council is raising money to run an ad in the New York Times which seeks to put pressure on Ken Salazar to reverse the changes made by the previous administration.

Colorado politicians were contacted by HOWLColorado for their official statement of position on the PAW act.

Read the story of Nakai – a wolf who survived against all odds.

Tom Meersman reports on the worrying results from a 51-year study taking place in Isle Royale National Park.

Man pleads guilty, and is fined, after gunning down two wolves illegally in northwest Montana.

Wolf hunt body count breaks 100 in Montana and Idaho.

It took only a matter of hours for the WMU-3 quote in southern Montana to be exceeeded.

[thumbnail icon url=”la-times-montana-wolf-hunt-stalked-by-controversy” filename=”news” year=”2009″ month=”10″ day=”27″] Kim Murphy, of the LA Times, wrote a comprehensive story regarding the Montana wolf hunt.

And the Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2009 award goes to…

In a race, sponsored by Timberland, billed as “are you fast or food?” its the wolves who came off looking smart.

Hunters try to convince Washington public that wolves will kill people if allowed to return to state.

Dakota’s lineage will not stop her getting a new home, whatever that ancestry may turn out to be.

The rate of wolf deaths continue to rise at an alarming pace.

WCCO reports on the purchase, and subsequent seizure, of a “wolf” purchased off craigslist.

The recent wolf sighting in northern Manitowoc County is likely not the last, according to DNR Wildlife biologist Aaron Buchholz, but only as transient visitors.

Wolf debate turned in to a play

October 21st, 2009

As debate goes back and forth in Scotland over the reintroduction of wolves to Scotland, a playwright has converted the controversial issue in to the play.

Jason Parent acknowledges the success of the red wolf reintroduction, but also notes the journey is not done, and the challenges are not completely overcome.

Study shows that a lack of large predators can significantly impact an ecosystem.

Livestock owners might see the highest compensation for deaths attributed to wolves.

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