Month: March 2019

St Patrick’s Day Kiss?

March 17, 2019

Arctic pride!? Wild Arctic gray wolves (Canis lupus arctos) live primarily in the Arctic, the region located above 67° north latitude. The land is covered with snow and ice for…

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March 15, 2019
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Department of the Interior Announces Gray Wolf Delisting Plan

March 14, 2019

Today, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) formally announced its plan to remove federal Endangered Species Act protections for gray wolves in the lower 48 states. Wolves once ranged across most…

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Howling Dialects of Wolves

March 10, 2019

Did you know that wolves across the world speak in 21 different dialects, with differences depending both on species and location? The largest-ever study of howling in the ‘canid’ family of species…

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Feds Seek to Strip Federal ESA Protection for Gray Wolves Nationwide

March 6, 2019

The ESA let our country give wolves a second chance. With second chances so hard to come by, should we be willing to throw them away? Today, Acting Secretary of…

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NPS Releases Four More Wolves on Michigan’s Isle Royale

March 4, 2019

Before the National Park Service began its wolf relocation project last fall, the last two wolves to call Isle Royale home were at risk of vanishing from the island altogether,…

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Webcam Footage Answers Age-old Question, “Where Do Wolf Pups Come From?”

March 3, 2019

It’s an exciting time for wolves — it’s the season of romance! Hormones are racing, and earlier this week red wolves Charlotte (F2121) and Jack (M1606) engaged in a copulatory…

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Role of Reproductive Management in Mexican Wolf Recovery

March 1, 2019

In an effort to offer insight into the complex and critically important world of Mexican gray wolf reproductive management, the Wolf Conservation Center is extending a FREE webinar on March 27…

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