Month: September 2017

Amendment Poised to Allow Killing of Wolves on NPS Lands Advances

September 8, 2017

Just days after returning from recess, Congress advanced a dangerous amendment poised to allow wolves to be killed via extreme and cruel hunting methods on National Park Service (NPS) lands. House lawmakers began debating bills this week, including spending bill (H.R. 3354) – a massive bill to fund the federal government, including the Department of…

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Strange Bedfellows: The Wolf and the Toad

September 6, 2017

Imagine what it would be like to share a bed with wolves…. One very lucky toad doesn’t have to fantasize about it – he lived it! When Mexican gray wolf mom F1226 (Belle) loses her patience with her three pups, her amphibian guest shows himself out, but not before getting nosed by one of the…

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Labor? It’s Overrated.

September 4, 2017

Happy Labor Day!

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Your moment of (fierce) cuteness

September 3, 2017

Meet Mexican gray wolf pup “Nita.” Beyond being cute, she represents our active participation in the effort to save her species from extinction. Learn more.

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Biologists Blast Fed’s Mexican Wolf Plan

September 2, 2017

Scientists Say Draft Recovery Plan Ignores ESA Requirements Biologists with recognized expertise in scientific disciplines relevant to Mexican wolf recovery have submitted comments blasting the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (USFWS) recently released Draft Mexican Wolf Recovery Plan. “The draft recovery plan will not lead to recovery of the Mexican wolf, unless it is significantly…

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WDFW Kills State Endangered Wolf To Protect Cows On Public Lands

September 1, 2017

State wildlife officials killed another state endangered wolf to protect cows grazing on public lands. The wolf, a member of the Sherman family group, was killed by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) early today. This is the third time the WDFW has killed wolves to protect the Diamond M’s livestock, beginning with the…

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