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UNCATEGORIZED “Inside the Heart of Wolf Advocacy-The Yellowstone Story” become a valued donor…

Help us launch this documentary film Donate here Documentary Film “Inside the Heart of Wolf Advocacy-The Yellowstone Story” (Working Title) Stories of people working to preserve the legacy of wolves in Yellowstone National Park. Co Produced by Rachel Tilseth And…

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Round Two in Public Hearings as SB 602 Fails the Fact-Check-Test…

A public hearing took place Tuesday January 16, 2018 on bill SB 602 . The companion bill in the assembly, Ill conceived Assembly Bill 712 Takes a Nose-Dive in Public Hearing was held last Wednesday January 10, 2018. This bill…

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UW study questions effectiveness of killing wolves to protect livestock

Chuck Quirmbach   Wisconsin Public Radio http://www.superiortelegram.com/news/science-and-nature/4387058-uw-study-questions-effectiveness-killing-wolves-protect-livestock#.WluU_D9_tmI.facebook Wisconsin researchers issued a paper Wednesday that questions whether governments should kill wolves that are attacking livestock.  Scientists at the Carnivore Coexistence Lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies looked…

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Mushed from Alaska to Chicago World’s Fair in 1932-33 w/ 7 wolfdogs plus 2 dogs.

Ray Bonnell, sketches of Alaska.  Daily News Miner http://www.newsminer.com/features/sundays/sketches_of_alaska/slim-williams-alaska-s-mushing-highway-ambassador-to-the-lower/article_475d81d6-f8bc-11e7-a378-639b54767be8.html Adventurer Clyde “Slim” Williams moved to Alaska in 1900. According to his biography, “Alaska Sourdough,” Slim lived in the Copper River Basin in the 1930s, and one fall, while buying supplies…

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Wolfdog Radio Presents – Introduction to the Saarloos Wolfdog with Gerrie Pols and Julie Miyax Bradshaw

Wolfdog Radio is pleased to present an “Introduction to the Saarloos” Wolfdog!   LISTEN NOW!     “Leendert Saarloos (1884-1969) born and raised in Dordrecht (the Netherlands) was a lover of the German Shepherd Dog.  In the 1930’s, he linked a German…

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The Life of Beloved Wolf O-6, and the Politics Surrounding Her Life and Death

By Marisa Charpentier in 40 Acres on January 1, 2018 http://alcalde.texasexes.org/2018/01/in-his-new-book-nate-blakeslee-chronicles-the-life-of-a-wolf-and-the-politics-surrounding-her/ She is charismatic and intelligent. Fierce but merciful, she’s both a fighter and a loving mother. The focus of Nate Blakeslee’s latest nonfiction book, she isn’t the typical protagonist…

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Super Bowl for Amateur Astronomers in January with Wolf Moon, Super Moons and Solar Eclipse coming.

Posted December 31, 2017 at 09:00 AM | Updated December 31, 2017 at 11:45 AM The first of two full “supermoons” of January 2018 will soon be shining in the sky. Here’s a look at a supermoon that appeared over…

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Please take action to protect Wisconsin’s wild wolf from legislation not guided by or based on good sense…

…A new bill that ties the hands of local law enforcement from assisting federal authorities in any investigation into the illegal killing of Wisconsin’s wild wolf. Wolves are a federally protected endangered species. According to Wisconsin Gray Wolf Monitoring Report…

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There’s a LOT to like about Coyotes

Truth be told, I like coyotes as much as I like wolves. Especially after two days in Yellowstone one winter gave me the chance to observe coyotes in the wild. I found that coyotes have qualities that would benefit many…

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Seasons Greetings from Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin…

Here’s wishing all of the friends of wolves a Happy & Safe Holiday Season! ~Rachel

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