Month: October 2016
Wolves Just Can’t Resist a Good Howl
Although wolves use varied vocalizations to express themselves, if you ask anyone about wolf sounds, it’s likely the howl that comes to mind. Howling helps keep family members (or pack-mates)…Read More
You Gotta Love This Wolf
Who else LOVES Atka!!??The confident and charismatic ambassador has won the hearts and opened the minds of hundreds of thousands of people in his 14 years. He’s a powerful presence…Read More
The Red Wolf – An American Icon
This is what an American Icon looks like. The red wolf is one of the few large carnivore species endemic to the United States – this keystone predator has never…Read More
USFWS – Committed to Red Wolves? Or Negligent?
In an op-ed published yesterday, Cynthia Dohner, USFWS Southeast Regional Director, attempts to defend the Service’s controversial plans for the red wolf and stating that USFWS’s goal is to save…Read More
USFWS Celebrates World Animal Day with Expansion of Hunting in Wildlife Refuges?
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe today announced the agency will expand hunting and fishing opportunities on 13 refuges throughout the Service’s National Wildlife Refuge System. In the…Read More
Protect Threatened Algonquin Wolves
Photo: Steve Dunsford of Impressions of Algonquin Last month, as the trophy hunting and trapping seasons opened, the Ontario government announced its decision to strip the Algonquin wolf (eastern wolf),…Read More
Happy New Year!
Extending good wishes to all celebrating Rosh Hashanah!Read More