Month: July 2017
Watch Endangered Mexican Wolf Pups Live Via Wolf Conservation Center’s New High-def Webcam
Our new high-def Mexican Gray Wolf Pup webcam is up and running! Join the critically endangered kiddos right now HERE. Beyond being cute, the 10 week old pups represent the…Read More
Wolf “Management” on America’s Public Lands
Earlier this week the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) lethally removed a state endangered wolf to protect cows grazing on public lands. The wolf was a member of…Read More
A Wolf’s Eyes Have the Power to Speak a Great Language
A wolf’s eyes have the power to speak a great language. Did you know that wolves possess certain ocular characteristics that allow them to communicate with other members of their…Read More
Why Are Wolves Important?
Wolves are a critical keystone species in a healthy ecosystem. A keystone species is often, but not always, a predator – like the wolf. Outnumbered greatly by their prey, predators…Read More
Senate Committee Advances Bill S. 1514 – Grows Threats to Wolves and ESA
The Senate Environmental and Public Works Committee voted minutes ago to advance the new Senate Sportsmen’s bill (S.1514) with its “War on Wolves” rider – an amendment proposing to permanently…Read More
Appreciate Wildlife. Respect Its Right to Exist.
There is one fundamentally important point that must be widely understood and accepted if the world’s wildlife is to be preserved. In addition to the cold, practical reasons for preserving…Read More
Deadline is Today to Submit Comment In Support of Red Wolves
Federal wildlife officials want to hear from you about the fate of the endangered red wolf. The USFWS is crafting a revised recovery plan for the red wolf, a process…Read More
Is it ethical to kill one species to promote the hunting of another on national park and refuge land?
The Interior Dept. ordered a review of federal rules that prevent hunters from killing bears and wolves using techniques many people consider extreme: killing bear cubs and sows with cubs,…Read More
Washington State Plans to Kill Wolves on Public Lands
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) Plans to Take Lethal Action to Change Wolf Pack’s Behavior State wildlife managers plan to remove members of the Smackout Pack after repeated…Read More