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Wolf statue given to school by graduating students for school mascot.

http://www.draperjournal.com/2017/11/03/159190/beloved-wolf-statue-given-to-school-by-graduating-students#.WgHTfJ9yc3I.facebook This fall, several students pet Koda, their metal-cast statue of their wolf mascot. The statue was a gift from the eighth-grade graduating class last spring. In the second year graduating classes have given gifts to the school, parent Jen…

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In Israel’s Ein Gedi, tourists’ trash lures wolves out of the shadows – and into trouble.

The Arabian wolf is usually just a shadowy presence in the rugged landscape of Israel’s Ein Gedi Nature Reserve. Recently, however, the area’s unique, desert-adapted hunters have been getting some more attention – for the wrong reasons. A string of attacks on…

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Feds offer $5,000 reward for killer of wolf on Fremont-Winema Forest in Oregon.

http://www.ktvz.com/news/feds-offer-5000-reward-for-killer-of-wolf-on-fremont-winema-forest/636215368 The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of whoever was responsible for killing a federally protected gray wolf in south-central Oregon. On April 23, 2017, a canid carcass was…

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Kindergartener’s efforts prompts School to adopt wolf conservation

PHOTO:  Owen Riese.  Courtesy Photo/Brian Riese. Endangered wolves have a new ally in the form of Ashburn’s Trailside Middle School. The school has symbolically adopted a Mexican Gray Wolf from the Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) in South Salem, New York,…

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Working with wolves: Ranchers try new Non-Lethal approach that is working.

http://www.siskiyoudaily.com/news/20171003/working-with-wolves8200local-rancher-tries-new-approach.  David Smith / dsmith@siskiyoudaily.com An ongoing effort to reduce risks to livestock in wolf ranges has produced a new strategy being promoted by one Siskiyou County rancher whose livestock roams in the range of the first recorded wolfpack in…

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Let’s all Celebrate California Wolf Center’s FORTIETH Birthday!!!!

http://ramonajournal.com/california-wolf-center-celebrates-years-p8886-88.htm By Angela McLaughlin – Ramona Home Journal• Thu, Oct 05, 2017 In 1977, Paul and Judy Kenis opened the doors to the California Wolf Center in Julian. They started with just two wolves and a vision of educating people…

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FLORIDA TREASURE: NAPLES NON-PROFIT TEAM RESCUES WOLVES, WOLFDOGS & EXOTIC CATS.

http://www.wtsp.com/mobile/article/news/florida-treasures-naples-non-profit-team-rescues-wolves-wolfdogs-exotic-cats/67-479034745.  Channel 10 – Bright Side News Since 2001, a Naples not-for-profit team has worked to save hundreds of wolves and wolfdogs. The Shy Wolf Sanctuary, just under 2.5 hours from St. Petersburg, has been rescuing animals for more than two…

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