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Sep 25th, 2014
Scientists’ Letter Alerts U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service that Wisconsin Is Misleading USFWS
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A letter submitted by nationally known wolf experts explains that Wisconsin’s misleading population estimates warrant federal oversight and possible emergency re-listing under the Endangered Species Act was submitted to the United States Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).  The August 25, 2014 letter criticizes the Wisconsin DNR stating that wolf population estimates are faulty and recommends […]

Jul 30th, 2014
Red Wolf Recovery Program Under Review
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Emails and letters needed for critically endangered red wolves! The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission has asked for a review of the Red Wolf Recovery Program. Ending the program could spell disaster for the small, critically endangered, wild red wolf population.

Jul 21st, 2014
Submissions Needed for Wolf Anthology
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The National Wolfwatcher Coalition has paired with Thurston Howl Publications to create a wolf-related anthology! The deadline is July 31st, so please submit your own works as soon as possible!

Jul 21st, 2014
Midwest Wolf Stewards Conference
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The Midwest Wolf Stewards has met annually since the late 1980s to discuss wolf conservation in the Great Lakes region — current wolf populations, wolf depredations, the wolf hunts, wolf taxonomy, the politics of wolf management and local research projects.

Apr 3rd, 2014
New Research: Saving large carnivores, but losing the apex predator?
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The ecological role of large carnivores is a main motivator for their conservation, and hunting can impact the performance of large carnivores as apex predators. New research recommends that conservation goals consider this perspective.

Feb 13th, 2014
US Fish & Wildlife Services Reopens Comment Period on Wolf Proposal
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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is reopening the comment period on its proposal to list the Mexican wolf as an endangered subspecies and remove the gray wolf from the Endangered Species List.

Dec 17th, 2013
“With the Wolves” – Slideshow & Poem (w/ Images & Sound)
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Thank you, Sande Parker of Lincoln, CA, for advocating for wolves through this slideshow and poem: “With the Wolves”.

Oct 24th, 2013
Does Hunting Wolves Increase Tolerance or Reduce Poaching?
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Dr. Adrian Treves founded the Carnivore Coexistence Lab to understand and manage the balance between carnivore conservation and human needs. Read more about his research concerning wolves and humans.

Oct 21st, 2013
Dr. Paul Paquet: Understanding the Key Issues Regarding Hunting Wolves
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At the recent International Wolf Symposium, held in Duluth, MN, Dr. Paul Paquet participated in a panel discussion on Understanding the Key Issues Regarding Hunting Wolves. Read his statement.

Sep 12th, 2013
#StandForWolves Campaign Needs Your Voice
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October 28th will be the last opportunity to #StandForWolves in our nation. Please be sure your voice is heard!