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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 »

A tongue in cheek look at the exaggerations revolving around the wolf issue. Read more »

The Mexican gray wolf population is continuing to stabilize with the recent releases of two pairs in the Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area in the Gila and Apache National Forests. Read more »

PHOENIX— The Arizona Game and Fish Commission unanimously endorsed a plan this week that will make it vastly easier to kill endangered Mexican gray wolves in Arizona and New Mexico and arbitrarily caps the number of wolves in both states at 300, allowing for a number as low as 125. Significantly, the commission also recommends that management of wolves be taken away from the federal government, where it has been since passage of the federal Endangered Species Act, and given to the state, which has long been hostile to wolves. Read more »

Combining two sperm donors at Brookfield Zoo, cutting-edge science and nature’s tried-and-true reproductive methods, zoologists are fighting to save the wolves. Read more »

Montana’s wolf population is holding steady, only increasing by two over 2012 numbers, but live stock predations drop by more than 25 percent over the same time period. Read more »

PHOENIX — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Arizona Game and Fish Department released a pair of Mexican wolves Thursday and plan to release another pair next week into the Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area of Arizona. Read more »

Today, even while the US Fish & Wildlife Service is trying to delist wolves from endangered status in the Lower-48 states, the agency posted its decision that an Endangered Species Act (ESA)
listing “may be warranted” for a wolf subspecies that has never been protected — the Alexander Archipelago wolf. Read more »

ANCHORAGE, Alaska- The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced today that Alaska’s Alexander Archipelago wolves may need protection under the Endangered Species Act because of unsustainable logging in the Tongass National Forest and elsewhere in southeast Alaska. The agency will now conduct an in-depth status review of this rare subspecies of gray wolf, which lives only in the region’s old-growth forests.  Read more »

A musician named “Ratty” reached out to HOWLColorado asking us to post this music video…  Read more »

Northwoods Wolf Alliance strongly opposes SF 2256; says the bill is misleading, undermines wolf advocacy and may hinder tribal wolf protection efforts. Read more »

NEWS RELEASE — St. Paul, MN – A new bill which addresses the wolf hunt in Minnesota was approved this afternoon, March 11, by a majority of members on the Minnesota Senate Committee on Environment and Energy. Read more »

Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) – A bill aiming to address the Minnesota wolf hunt, calling for increased data collection while addressing tribal concerns by ending hunting and trapping on tribal lands, is set to be heard at the capitol Tuesday. Read more »

For a field biologist stuck in the city, the wildlife dioramas at the American Museum of Natural History are among New York’s best offerings. One recent Saturday, I paused by the display for elk, an animal I study. Like all the dioramas, this one is a great tribute. Read more »

SEATTLE (AP) — Washington’s wildlife agency reported Saturday that its annual survey tallied 52 endangered gray wolves living in the state at the end of 2013, one more than in 2012. The count’s results come as conservation groups urge the state to pull support from a federal effort to roll back protections for the predators. Read more »

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