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Month: November 2018

Memories Matter – Preserving a Species Memories for Future Generations

November 2, 2018

Wildlife conservation isn’t just about raising the numbers on a population count. It’s also an act of cultural preservation. When we prevent the killing of a wolf family, we’re not just saving lives, we’re also saving the pack’s memories and traditions. If a family group is left unexploited (that is, not trapped, shot, poisoned or…

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Analysis: Public Overwhelmingly Opposes Feds’ Plan to Nearly Wipe Out Wild Red Wolves in North Carolina

November 1, 2018

For Immediate Release: November 1, 2018 Contact: Ron Sutherland, Wildlands Network, (919) 641-0060, [email protected] Howell, Wolf Conservation Center, (914) 763-2373, [email protected] de Jong, Center for Biological Diversity, (828) 595-1862, [email protected] Prater, Defenders of Wildlife, (828) 412-0981, [email protected] Fishman, Animal Welfare Institute, (202) 446-2128, [email protected] Analysis: Public Overwhelmingly Opposes Feds’ Plan to Nearly Wipe Out Wild…

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After Killing Mom and Pup from Helicopter, Officials Still on the Hunt to Kill Entire Wolf Family

November 1, 2018

Officials from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) have yet to post an update re their efforts to kill the last remaining members of the Old Profanity Territory (OPT) wolf family. WDFW issued the kill order for the father wolf and his 6-month-old pup on October 26, 2018,  a month after the agency’s…

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