Category Archives: Regional Wolves

Almanac: Red Lake Band of Chippewa designates land as wolf sanctuary

The Red Lake Band of Chippewa adopted a wolf-management plan last week that designates the tribe’s 843,000 acres in eight counties of northern Minnesota as a wolf sanctuary… read more

Hunters await elk herd study

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking funds to continue an extensive elk study to determine exactly how much the herds are struggling, just as the autumn hunting season opens. read more

EQC meeting in Helena focuses on wolves

Maurier says U.S. Congressman Denny Rehberg is having a bill drafted to exempt wolves from the Endangered Species Act altogether. read more

Lawsuit filed over wolf program

The FEIS also states that the initial release of stock of wolves will be “surplus” Mexican wolves from the captive population. read more

Wildlife officials suspect third wolf pack

Washington wildlife officials are scouting for what could be the state’s third breeding wolf pack after a gray wolf pup recently was caught in Pend Oreille County near the Canada border. read more

Feds make new attempt at delisting Midwest wolves

The federal government is ready to try again to take wolves off the endangered species list in Minnesota, Wisconsin and… read more

Tribes, ranchers may suffer if Otter holds to threat of wolf management

…”the state will no longer participate as a designated agent for monitoring, providing law enforcement support or investigating wolf deaths in Idaho,” Otter said … read more

Jerry Black threatens to sue FWP over wolf-ruling coalition

Jerry Black, a retired airline pilot and activist from Missoula, sent a letter this week to Maurier requesting that FWP “disband the coalition and cease any further collaboration.” read more

Guest column: As grizzlies and elk adapt to change, so must hunters

Wolves are smart. They would never annihilate their primary food source. read more

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