Category Archives: Northern Rockies

Yellowstone Wolf Project Annual Report

There were at least 108 wolves in 11 packs (7 breeding pairs) living primarily in Yellowstone National Park (YNP) through December 2016 (figures 1& 2). Breeding pairs are defined as an adult male and an adult female with two pups … read more

Judge Orders Idaho to Destroy Elk and Wolf Wilderness Data

By KEITH RIDLER, ASSOCIATED PRESS BOISE, Idaho — Jan 19, 2017, 7:37 PM ET Idaho must destroy all information collected from tracking collars placed on elk and wolves obtained illegally by landing a helicopter in a central Idaho wilderness area, a federal … read more

Tribute to Wolf 778M affectionately known as “Big Brown”

November 2016 Thank you to Legend of Lamar Valley and photographer Doug McLaughlin for sharing this tribute to Wolf 778M affectionately known as “Big Brown” Reprinted with permission. The last chapter has been completed and the story is now over. … read more

#StandForWolves Campaign Needs Your Voice

October 28th will be the last opportunity to #StandForWolves in our nation. Please be sure your voice is heard! read more

Jr. Advocate Alyssa Grayson: “It’s Up to Us To Use Our Voices”

The voice of the next generation implores us to find solutions. Will we honor our commitment to our children to bestow them a healthy, balanced wilderness? read more

Alyssa Grayson Gives Keynote Address at National Event

Junior Advocate, Alyssa Grayson, speaks out against proposed delisting draft rule and urges or participation in the process. read more

Family Walk to Protect America’s Wild Heritage

A great opportunity for kids and families to participate on the National Day of Action to support ESA protections for America’s wolves. read more

The cause endures and the mission continues…

This is NO time to give up on wolf recovery. The mission continues and the cause endures for however long it takes. read more

New Univ. of WY Study: Wolf Harassment Has Little Impact On Elk

“The mere presence of wolves, previously shown to affect the behavior of elk in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem, is not potent enough to reduce the body condition and reproductive rates of female elk, according to new research ..” read more

Wolf Paw Print