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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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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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Hunting Moose in Canada to Save Caribou Reduces Wolf numbers naturally.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/30/science/moose-wolves-caribou.html?smid=fb-share This over 10 year study in Canada should open a few eyes around the world that the culling of wolves is NOT the answer to increasing Moose, Elk and Deer populations.  One needs to look at the environmental root…

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Empty-Handed Hunters Can Learn From Wolves – By Rick Lamplugh

LISTEN NOW! I hear hunters say that we should kill more wolves because wolves take so many elk that hunters come up empty handed. Instead of killing wolves, I think that hunters can learn from them. Here’s how. (photo NPS)…

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How Wolves and Humans Are Alike – By Rick Lamplugh

While some people see wolves as vicious killers to eradicate, I see them as essential predators that we have much in common with. LISTEN TO RICK NOW!  

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Norway temporarily suspends wolf hunting after court case

https://www.thelocal.no/20171121/norway-temporarily-suspends-wolf-hunting-after-court-case Wolf hunting in areas outside of the animal’s designated protected zones has been suspended after the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) sued the state at Oslo District Court. The WWF’s suit against the Norwegian state asked the court…

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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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WWF-Norway is suing the State, demands a revised Wolf Management Plan.

https://www.wwf.no/?54665%2FWWF-takes-the-Norwegian-state-to-court-to-save-the-wolves “Enough is enough. We have tried everything else. The culling is against the law and must be stopped before it is too late to save a critically endangered species”, said Ingrid Lomelde, Policy Director at WWF-Norway. The Norwegian management…

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