Category Archives: Regional Wolves

From our friends at oregonwild.org comes the remarkable story of OR-7

Don’t Stop Believing: The Journey of OR-7 The Wolf Formerly Known as OR-7 In the fall of 2011, a radio-collared Oregon wolf with the designation OR-7 from the Imnaha Pack in northeast Oregon made history. After an epic journey across … read more

With a collective voice, comments were submitted to California Department Fish and Wildlife regarding the draft Wolf Conservation Plan for Gray Wolves in California

We recognize the extraordinary endeavor by many contributors that has resulted in the Draft Wolf Plan. We thank the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (“Department” or “CDFW”) for assembling a Stakeholder Working Group (“SWG”), for the many SWG meetings … read more

New Research Library on Red Wolf Coalition website! Check it out!

Thanks to the effort, time and energy of a prominent researcher, we have about 100 papers and documents available on our website for anyone interested in red wolves. Thanks also to our webmaster and board vice-chair Mark MacAllister for putting this page up on our site. read more

Why Fish and Game Agencies Can’t Manage Predators: The War on Predators

An article by George Wuerthner written in 1999 that is still applicable today. read more

The Alarming Decline of Denali Wolves – Oliver Starr

View the presentation by Oliver Starr at ‘Speak for Wolves event. (PDF)

Groups Petition for Emergency Action to Save Alaska Wolves – Alexander Archipelago Wolf Numbers in Dangerous Freefall

ANCHORAGE, Alaska— Environmental groups today asked three state and federal agencies to take decisive action to save the rapidly dwindling population of Alexander Archipelago wolves in the Prince of Wales Island area in Alaska’s Tongass National Forest. Following up on … read more

Alaska Confirms 60 Percent Decline in Rare Wolf Population, Still Plans Trapping and Hunting Season

SITKA, Alaska— The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is planning a 2015-2016 trapping and hunting season on rare Alexander Archipelago wolves in the Prince of Wales Island area, despite scientific data confirming a 60 percent decline in the wolf … read more

Archipelago Wolves – Natural History

NATURAL HISTORY {ALEXANDER ARCHIPELAGO WOLF} Canis lupus ligoni FAMILY: Canidae DESCRIPTION: The Alexander Archipelago wolf is notably smaller and darker than the typical gray wolf, with a denser coat. On average, individuals weigh between 30 to 50 pounds, are 3.5 … read more

Scientists’ Letter Alerts U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service that Wisconsin Is Misleading USFWS

A letter submitted by nationally known wolf experts explains that Wisconsin’s misleading population estimates warrant federal oversight and possible emergency re-listing under the Endangered Species Act was submitted to the United States Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS). read more

Wolf Paw Print