Around this time last year, wolf advocates celebrated news that after traveling thousands of miles alone looking for love and a new home, Oregon’s famous lone wolf OR-7 had found a mate and welcomed a litter of pups into the world. Continue reading
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. Continue reading
A musician named “Ratty” reached out to HOWLColorado asking us to post this music video… Continue reading
A chance encounter on a lake in Northern Saskatchewan has a fisherman talking about the white wolf that swam his way. Continue reading
Predator Defense’s movie “The imperiled American Wolf” explains the risk that wolves are facing under state-based management and echoes the warnings of others such as Michael Robinson that the wolves have never been as threatened as they are now. Continue reading
Luck favored a pack of wolves featured on a show called “Frozen Planet” – both in terms of apparently avoiding serious injury after trying to hunt a herd of bison, but also in the way that their hunt ended successfully.
What happens to nature after a nuclear accident? And how does wildlife deal with the world it inherits after human inhabitants have fled?
[large thumbnail url=”video-wyoming-wolf-wars-debate-over-delisting-wolves” filename=”news” year=”2011″ month=”06″ day=”02″] [thumbnail icon url=”video-wyoming-wolf-wars-debate-over-delisting-wolves” filename=”news” year=”2011″ month=”06″ day=”02″] The Christian Science Monitor posted a video regarding wolves in wyoming on YouTube.
[large thumbnail url=”mexican-gray-wolf-pups-offer-new-hope-to-critically-endangered-species” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”07″ day=”01″] [thumbnail icon url=”mexican-gray-wolf-pups-offer-new-hope-to-critically-endangered-species” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”07″ day=”01″] The Associated Press and KDSK in St. Louis offer updates on the current status of five puppies which offer hope and optimism for the beleaguered Mexican Wolf recovery program.
Filmmaker David Douglas created a 40 minute documentary focused on the wolf story and reintroduction in Idaho.
[thumbnail icon url=”imnaha-wolf-pack-confirmed-in-wallowa-county-oregon” filename=”news” year=”2009″ month=”11″ day=”24″] According to Oregon Department Fish and Wildlife biology Pat Matthews a wolf pack composed of 10 wolves are now confirmed to be residing in Wallowa County.
[thumbnail icon url=”stolen-game-poachers-killing-wildlife-for-trophy-parts” filename=”news” year=”2009″ month=”11″ day=”20″] KUSA-TV investigative reporter Deborah Sherman looks into illegal hunting in Colorado, including a particularly disturbed undercover video.
Just one year after the world-famous wolf Limpy was killed outside Yellowstone National Park, the U.S. Department of the Interior has once again eliminated vital protections for Western wolves. Defenders calls for action with this ad.
Defenders of Wildlife offer a unique, and very valuable service. They work with ranchers, biologists and Federal land managers where it matters; The interaction points between human and wolf. The following video shows how Defenders of Wildlife is working on non-lethal ways to keep wolves away from livestock and support a peaceful co-existance. Visit the special site, http://www.savewolves.org/donate to help with this worthwhile approach to wolf conservation.
HOWLColorado.org believes that the below video, while graphic, highlighted an important topic. We will work tirelessly to stop the programs which are neither scientifically supportable or a humane, ethical form of wildlife management. However, the video is highly graphic and emotionally charged. We provide this video link for your information, but ask that you pay attention to the underlying message. You can learn more about this video at http://www.eyeonpalin.org