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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

The Forgotten Prey Of An Iconic Predator: A Review Of Interactions Between Grey Wolves Canis Lupus And Beavers Castor spp.

Predator–prey relationships can have wide-ranging ecological and landscapelevel effects. Knowledge of these relationships is therefore crucial to understanding how these systems function and how changes in predator–prey communities affect these systems. Grey wolves Canis lupus can be significant predators of … read more

Living with Livestock and Wolves – Review of the Literature

In 2008 the first breeding pack of Gray Wolves (Canis lupus) in Washington was documented near Twisp in the Methow Valley following an absence of nearly 70 years. In response to the wolves’ reappearance in Washington, the Fish and Wildlife … read more

Occurrence of Large Carnivores Near Settlements: a Review of Mechanisms and Preventive Measures

We have reviewed the scientific literature regarding mechanisms behind, and preventive measures against, the occurrence of Scandinavian large carnivores (lynx, wolves and brown bears) near human settlements, and evaluated its management implications for Scandinavia. The occurrence of lynx close to … read more

The Fear of Wolves – A Review of Wolf Attacks on Humans

Because of the large scales at which large carnivores live, their conservation cannot occur only within protected areas. They must therefore be conserved within multi-use landscapes where conflicts with humans occur. Conflicts are diverse and include depredation on livestock and … read more

Status review shows the red wolf remains endangered

Status review shows the red wolf remains endangered – Work continues on future management of Eastern North Carolina experimental population. DOWNLOAD PDF: Red Wolf Species Status Assessment

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