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National Geographic caught up with wolf expert Daniel MacNulty to determine what, in the movie “The Grey,” is based in reality and what is not. As you can imagine, the answer is: not a lot.

Idaho Department of Fish and Game officials say they are “encouraged” by the state’s wolf harvest so far, but further control actions may be needed to keep elk populations up in parts of the state.

MADISON — A bill to establish a wolf hunting and trapping season is necessary to control a “burgeoning” wolf population in order to protect livestock and pets, state Assembly Majority Leader Scott Suder told a legislative committee Wednesday.

John Vucetich, a wildlife ecologist from Michigan Technological University, leads the wolf-moose Winter Study at Isle Royale National Park and writes a blog for New York Times.

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) — Frustrated that a judge has blocked a state kill order on two members of Oregon’s first wolf pack, the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association is pushing legislation to boost the state’s authority over the predators.

SILVER CITY, N.M.— Pup births boosted the number of endangered Mexican gray wolves in the wild in the Southwest for the second year in a row, according to a new census conducted by federal, state and tribal agencies. The 58 wolves counted in New Mexico (26) and Arizona (32) compare to the 50 counted a […]

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