Month: November 2019

Wolf Superpowers

November 12, 2019

Designed by the pressures of nature, wolves are well adapted to survive, and thrive, in a variety of landscapes. What qualities allow them to be top predators? ✔️Heightened hearing✔️Outstanding optics✔️Superb sense of smell And more! Learn more about wolf superpowers! Learn more!

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Wild Salute

November 11, 2019

As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them. ~ John Fitzgerald Kennedy

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It’s a Dinner Party for Ravens and Wolves!

November 9, 2019

Why do wolves tolerate ravens as dinner companions? Could it be that wolves and ravens are hunting partners who share the spoils? Research by Bernd Heinrich of the University of Vermont demonstrates that ravens and wolves are close collaborators. In fact, his research from Yellowstone Nation Park revealed that during the winter season ravens were…

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Expert to Offer Free Webinar about Eastern Coyotes

November 7, 2019

During the 20th-century, coyotes (Canis latrans) colonized eastern North America and then formed 2 distinct variant populations in the northeastern and southeastern regions that are morphologically and genetically different from western populations. In the past 15 years, we have expanded our knowledge of eastern coyotes in the areas of ecology, morphology, genetics, hybridization, and efficacy…

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Sighting of Coyote Family Brings Joy and Excitement

November 6, 2019

Earlier this year, the WCC observed a family of coyotes on our wildlife cameras nearly every single night. Through close observation, we got to “know” these individuals quite well and could reliably differentiate them from one another in their photos and videos. Most frequently spotted were the breeding pair – a tan and gray male…

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Use Your Voice For Wolves

November 5, 2019

Local elections are today, November 5. Voting is one of the most important things we can do to protect wolves, wildlife, and the environment. We can’t tell you who to vote for, but we encourage you to research your candidates’ positions and voting records on the issues that matter to you. Remember, your vote is…

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Expert Testimonials Question Alberta’s Use of Strychnine in Wolf Kill Program

November 4, 2019

The Silent Howl is a short video in which experts have come together to express serious concerns about Alberta’s use of strychnine to target wolves under the guise of caribou conservation. Strychnine is an inhumane poison still used in Canada despite environmental and public safety risks. In 2018, fifty organizations and experts collectively urged Health…

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