Month: January 2010
Free Contest to Get “Saved”!
Wolves make excellent companions, but only for other wolves. The Wolf Conservation Center always stresses that people who want a great pet should look into adopting from shelters – there’s…Read More
A Day at the Museum
Atka spent a great day at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. Thanks to everybody who came to one of the programs, to the museum for…Read More
Proposed Bill Aims to Keep Utah Free from Wolves
Photo: Rebecca Bose A proposed bill will require Utah to kill or capture any wolf that comes into the state. Utah is not currently home to wild wolves but that…Read More
Remembering Mexican Gray Wolf M190
(Photo courtesy of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) Lobos of the Southwest continues its Mexican Wolf Biography series with a look back at the life of Mexican gray wolf…Read More
Idaho Wolves are on the Move!
Wolves originally from Idaho are extending their range west to the Oregon Cascades! Could it be that the Idaho wolf hunt is triggering wolves to disperse westward? To read more…Read More
The Northeast may have been hit by a cold snap, but things seem to be heating up in one of our red wolf enclosures! When F1397 and M1483, members of…Read More
Former Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Wolf Delisting Imperils the Endangered Species Act
Jamie Rappaport Clark began the new decade with a powerful opinion piece in the Washington Post. Clark, the director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service from 1997 to 2001,…Read More