Tag Archives: Maggie Howell
Wolf Conservation Center’s Maggie Howell talks all about wolves on Heritage Radio Network hosted by Animal Instinct. Listen HERE.
The Animal News Hour’s inaugural show, “Women Helping Wolves Live,” features seven women, including Wolf Conservation Center’s Maggie Howell, and their thoughts re: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (USFWS) nationwide gray wolf delisting proposal and rule changes that threaten Mexican … Continue reading
On July 10, Montana Fish and Wildlife commissioners approved the state’s 2013-2014 wolf hunt plan, a plan that includes changes that will prove devastating to wolves living in Montana. Changes to Montana’s wolf hunt season in include: The “bag limit,” … Continue reading
A great way to support wolves and their recovery is by writing a Letter to the Editor (LTE). A letter by WCC’s Maggie Howell was published in today’s Salt Lake Tribune re: USFWS’s nationwide delsting plan. Read it here. You … Continue reading
WCC’s Maggie Howell talks wolves, coexistence, predator friendly products, and the family of advocacy organizations working on behalf of our favorite misunderstood predator on Public Radio 88.3 WPPB – FM. Listen here (interview starts about 1/3 into the program)
Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) founder Helene Grimaud, Board President Martha Handler, and curator Rebecca Bose returned home from Sante Fe, NM after joining the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance (NMWA) for “Wild Harmonies,” a 2-day event that benefited both organizations and … Continue reading
Early this morning the Wolf Conservation Center’s (WCC) Maggie Howell and Spencer Wilhelm began their trek to Yellowstone National Park to enjoy the landscape and beasts they work so hard to safeguard. They’ll be joining dozens of advisers, supporters, and … Continue reading