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Researchers: Hunting affects wolves more strongly than first expected

…wolf populations are likely to decline by a substantially larger margin than is currently stated by management policies,” Creel said. read more

Resolution to Rockies Wolf Management Issues soon?

”The lawsuit we won gives us some leverage,” he said. “I think over the next few months we will see a resolution.” (Mike Clarke) read more

Take Action for Mexican Gray Wolves!

MEXICAN GRAY WOLVES MAY GET STRONGER ENDANGERED SPECIES PROTECTIONS! read more

Filmmaker and Conservationist – Elke Duerr!

October 1, 2010 – The Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) is kicking off October with a special presentation by Elke Duerr and the grand opening of the WCC’s Mexican Gray wolf exhibit!

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Declare disaster area because of Wolves, Idaho County says

But Michael Leahy, Defenders of Wildlife Rocky Mountain Region director, called the declaration an overreaction.

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Fundamentals of Conservation Revisited: Combating Global Warming with Wolves

While wolves won’t slow climate change, they certainly can help create ecosystems better able to withstand it. read more

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