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Predators and the public trust

Many democratic governments recognize a duty to conserve environmental resources, including wild animals, as a public trust for current and future citizens.

Midwest Wolf Stewards Conference

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 [...]

New Research Library on Red Wolf Coalition website! Check it out!

Thanks to the effort, time and energy of a prominent researcher, we have about 100 papers and documents available on our website for anyone interested in red wolves. Thanks also to our webmaster [...]

Advocating for Wolves – Report Sent to Congress

View "Advocating for Wolves", a report sent to every congressman urging to vote "No" on HR 843 and 884.

Suggested Reading: 2015 Roundup

A curated list of 20 NWC-approved books for your suggested reading.

The Alarming Decline of Denali Wolves – Oliver Starr

View the presentation by Oliver Starr at ‘Speak for Wolves event. (PDF)

Groups Petition for Emergency Action to Save Alaska Wolves – Alexander Archipelago Wolf Numbers in Dangerous Freefall

ANCHORAGE, Alaska— Environmental groups today asked three state and federal agencies to take decisive action to save the rapidly dwindling population of Alexander Archipelago wolves in the Prince [...]

Alaska Confirms 60 Percent Decline in Rare Wolf Population, Still Plans Trapping and Hunting Season

SITKA, Alaska— The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is planning a 2015-2016 trapping and hunting season on rare Alexander Archipelago wolves in the Prince of Wales Island area, despite [...]

Archipelago Wolves – Natural History

NATURAL HISTORY {ALEXANDER ARCHIPELAGO WOLF} Canis lupus ligoni FAMILY: Canidae DESCRIPTION: The Alexander Archipelago wolf is notably smaller and darker than the typical gray wolf, with a denser [...]

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