Month: July 2019

Study Finds Politics Resulted in Lower Recovery Goals for Mexican Gray Wolves

July 12, 2019

A new study published today in Scientific Reports finds that politics heavily influenced the development of a recovery plan for critically endangered Mexican gray wolves. The researchers, led by Dr.…

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Washington State Officials to Kill Wolf Families to Protect Cows

July 10, 2019

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) officials have ordered the killing of the members of the Old Profanity Territory (OPT) family. Why? To protect cows grazing on public lands. Last September,…

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Pint-Sized Pups Work to Save Mexican Gray Wolves

July 7, 2019

Ten weeks old and taking the Internet (and the world) by storm! On April 26, Mexican gray wolf Trumpet gave birth to five healthy pups, each destined for greatness in…

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Wolf Conservation Center Gets Thrown to the Cats

July 5, 2019

Did you hear a “meow”?! Recently at the Wolf Conservation Center, we have begun utilizing trail cameras across our grounds. A trail camera is triggered to take photos or videos…

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Please Be Mindful of Wildlife on Independence Day

July 3, 2019

Celebrating Independence Day is, and should be, a lot of fun. But please remember that those bright colors and thunderous explosions can have a real impact to wildlife. Please be…

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Conservation Hero Remembered on 100th Birthday

July 2, 2019

Join us in sending birthday howls to conservationist and author Jean Craighead George on what would have been her 100th birthday! Through her books, Jean opened doors to understanding the…

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