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Wolf Status in Michigan October 2023

Wolves have been part of the Great Lakes fauna since the melting of the last glacier and as such are native to the land area known as Michigan. Stebler (1951) indicated that pioneer documents and museum specimens show wolves were … read more

Michigan Wolf Facts October 2023

In 2016, legislators ignored scientific evidence and the will of Michigan voters to pass a law authorizing a trophy hunting and commercial trapping season on our state’s wolves, if their federal protections are removed. Just because we can kill wolves … read more

2022-2023 Greater Voyageurs Ecosystem Wolf Pack and Population Size Report

During April 2022-April 2023, we estimated the area of 8 wolf pack home ranges/territories and estimated the size of 20 wolf packs based on an average of 11.7 independent observations of each pack at the estimated size (i.e., the number … read more

National Wolfwatcher Coalition Announces 2023 Wolf Education Mini-Grants Available

We are proud to announce that we will again be awarding mini-grants for wolf education and includes the promotion of non-lethal measures to minimize wolf conflicts.    Due date for submission is December 31, 2023, and will be awarded in the amount … read more

Planned cull endangers Swedish wolf population

In May, the Swedish Parliament announced a goal to reduce the Swedish wolf population from about 400 to about 200 individuals. This action further threatens this highly endangered population, which is genetically isolated and inbred. Scientific advice for improvements has … read more

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