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Category: National Wolf Awareness


Senate Committee Pushes for Extinction of North Carolina’s Red Wolf – SAY NO!!!!!

MANTEO, N.C.— Tucked away in the Senate report accompanying yesterday’s funding bill for the Department of the Interior is a directive to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to “end the Red Wolf recovery program and declare the Red Wolf…

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Dreaming of a National Wolf Recovery Plan – by Rick Lamplugh

As hunting and poaching reduce wolf populations, this wildlife advocate tries to stay optimistic by considering a national plan to INCREASE the number of wolves. Indie author Rick Lamplugh writes to protect wildlife and preserve wildlands. His new book, Deep…

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Brookfield Zoo Wolf Released into Wild Found Healthy in New Mexico

http://chicagotonight.wttw.com/2017/11/16/brookfield-zoo-wolf-released-wild-found-healthy-new-mexico A Mexican wolf pup born this spring at Brookfield Zoo and released into the wild as part of a species recovery program was tracked down in New Mexico and is healthy, the zoo announced this week. In April, a…

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National Park Service debating wolf reintroduction on Isle Royale – STILL.

http://www.fox9.com/news/national-park-service-debating-wolf-reintroduction-on-isle-royale   ISLE ROYALE, Mich (KMSP) – Isle Royale sits like a gem in a cold ring of Lake Superior water, some 15 miles off the shore of Grand Portage, Minnesota. Its isolation has been key to the island’s preservation….

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Has America’s Wolf Population Really Recovered?

An anti-wildlife congress wants us to believe America’s wolf population has recovered. Author and wildlife advocate Rick Lamplugh wonders if it has.  Listen now! Hit the play button to listen:

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Legal agreement halts federal killing of predators in Colorado

Jacy Marmaduke, jmarmaduke@coloradoan.comPublished 12:00 p.m. MT Nov. 7, 2017 | Updated 2:23 p.m. MT Nov. 7, 2017 A federal program hit pause this week on its involvement in Colorado predator-killing plans.  Wildlife Services, a United States Department of Agriculture program, was tasked…

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Renowned wolf biologist casts doubt on hunter’s story of attack.

http://www.capitalpress.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2017171109919#.WgD12LczcoI.facebook Wolf expert Carter Niemeyer trapped, collared, tracked and sometimes shot wolves during a long career with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. A retired U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist with 30 years experience said it is unlikely a wolf…

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