Month: February 2020
Are there Wolves in the Northeast?
Wolves once roamed the U.S. from sea to shining sea in the United States. But slaughter by humans brought wolves to the brink of extinction. In recent decades, reintroduction and…Read More
Famous Gray Wolf Found Dead California
Oregon wolf OR-54 found dead in California. Gray wolf OR-54 was found dead in Shasta County, California, on February 5, 2020. She was approximately 3-4 years old. OR-54 was born…Read More
John Jay Schools Should Be Thrown to the Wolves!
The Katonah Lewisboro School District is in the process of selecting a new mascot for John Jay Middle School and John Jay High School, and the steering committee is asking…Read More
How many wolves constitutes a healthy wolf population? Should we manage wolves by the numbers?
When a population of wolves is deemed as recovered, it is “delisted” from the federal endangered species list so wolf management authority can transferred to the state(s). With authority to…Read More
Critically Endangered Mexican Gray Wolves Engage in Copulatory Tie
It’s an exciting time for wolves — it’s the season of romance! Hormones are racing and this afternoon we witnessed Mexican gray wolves Trumpet (F1505) and Lighthawk (M1564) engage in a copulatory…Read More