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A Tribute to 06 – The Famous Alpha Wolf – By Rick Lamplugh

The Yellowstone wolf called 06 was appreciated by thousands of visitors. In December of 2012 she was shot outside the park in Wyoming. This tribute celebrates her leadership and presents a way to honor her spirit. (Photo by Leo Leckie.)…

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Wolfdog Radio Presents: John Robb, DVM – Vaccines and Controversy

Listen Now: Join Wolfdog Radio on Tuesday November 21, 2017 for an in-depth interview with Dr. John Robb by our Hosts, George Stapleton and Sky Phoenix. Listen Now: Courtesy of Prortectthepets.com:  “Dr. John Robb is a respected doctor of veterinary medicine…

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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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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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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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