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WDR PRESENTS: Coexistence with Wolves: Greg Hill and The Wood River Wolf Project

LISTEN NOW! Join us Tuesday, February 27, 2018 at 9:00 PM for an in depth interview with Greg Hill.   The Wood River Wolf Project (WRWP) is collaborative group of Conservation organizations, ranchers, scientists, federal government agencies and county officials that…

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Wolfdog Radio Presents: Community Spotlight Featuring Natasha Hancock – February 13, 2018 9:00 PM (EST)

LISTEN NOW! Wolfdog Radio Community spotlight shines its light on Natasha Hancock (formerly Woodall).  Natasha will restore your faith in the next generation of wolfdog owners and rescuers.  Natasha is one of those rare people who knew all along what…

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Replay: Wolfdog Radio Presents – Introduction to the Saarloos Wolfdog with Gerrie Pols and Julie Miyax Bradshaw – 01-30-2018 at 9:00

Due to technical difficulties, portions of the country and other parts of the world were unable to listen to our broadcast, therefore Wolfdog Radio is replaying this most important episode regarding the Saarloos Wolfdog! Wolfdog Radio is pleased to present…

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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 – CLICK PLAY     “Leendert Saarloos (1884-1969) born and raised in Dordrecht (the Netherlands) was a lover of the German Shepherd Dog.  In the 1930’s, he…

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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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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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LISTEN NOW Hurricane Harvey is not a movie.  While this hurricane may be over and the media will be moving shortly to cover the approach of Hurricane Irma – life will slowly, if ever, return to pre-Harvey splendor…but the human…

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