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The Gray Wolf Under the Endangered Species Act (ESA): A Case Study in Listing and Delisting Challenges

Under the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (ESA or the Act; 16 U.S.C. §§ 1531-1544), the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) and the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) (together, the Services) determine which species to “list” as “endangered species” … read more

What is an Endangered Species?

The query “What is an endangered species?” is quickly transformed into a far tougher question: How much loss should a species endure before we agree that the species deserves special protections and concerted effort for its betterment? Judgments about acceptable … read more

Group Formation of New Isle Royale Wolves Leads to Territorial Aggression

GPS collar data shows three wolves, 1 female and 2 males, have been traveling, feeding, and bedding together since March, 2019 (W001F, W007M, and W013M). This is the first wolf group to form and remain associated since introduction efforts began… … read more

Dana Nessel to review Michigan DNR handling of wolf kill records

Michigan Attorney General, Dana Nessel,  will review whether DNR  officials improperly blocked or delayed the release of public records relating to their efforts to have protected gray wolves killed in 2016. READ MORE: https://www.bridgemi.com/michigan-government/dana-nessel-review-michigan-dnr-handling-wolf-kill-records

Michigan DNR said it killed wolves to protect humans

Michigan DNR said it killed wolves to protect humans. Officials at the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and some lawmakers opposed to wolf protection policies were found to have embroidered, misstated or outright fictionalized the threat that gray wolves posed to … read more

Isle Royale Wolf Project Researchers Document Summer Predation

Between May and October, field crews visited 381 sites, determined wolf behavior associated with site use, and located the remains of 60 prey, including primarily moose, beavers, and snowshoe hares. Read Full Document (PDF)

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