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Month: June 2009

Western Great Lakes Wolves Returning to Endangered Species List

June 29, 2009

This is a surprise. The western Great Lakes wolf population numbers are good and the state plans were decent enough. Hopefully the lawsuit challenging the decision to remove Endangered Species Act protections from northern Rocky Mountain wolves will share a similar conclusion. Click “more” for the AP press release.More… Great Lakes wolves returning to endangered…

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Reindeer & Caribou Populations Plunging

June 16, 2009

Atka beholds our warming world Some of the wildlife species hardest hit so far by global warming include caribou or reindeer, animals that wolf populations depend on in order to survive. Unless we take decisive steps to reverse global warming, more species will join the list of wildlife populations pushed to the brink of extinction…

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June Contest! Let us treat you to Three Cups of Tea

June 5, 2009

photo by Maggie Howell Time for our second contest! One of the Wolf Conservation Center’s most important messages is that we can all do something every day to make the world around us a better place. Our June contest is simple: we want to know what you can do to improve the world around you.…

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I Spy…

June 3, 2009

Here’s some remote camera video of our SSP Mexican gray wolves provided by Wolf Conservation Center curator Rebecca Bose. The first clip shows (from a distance) them feeding; the second was taken about 90 minutes later.

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