Month: October 2022

Three Wolves Killed In Wyoming As History Repeats

October 28, 2022

“The extirpation was recognized as a mistake even as it was happening. In 1924, a naturalist at Yellowstone National Park, Milton P. Skinner, observed, ‘We need these predatory and fur-bearing…

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Mexican Wolf #1693 Killed In NM

October 26, 2022

Mexican Wolf #1693, named Grenville by the folks working at the Endangered Wolf Center where he was born, has been found dead in New Mexico, according to The U.S. Fish…

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Mexican Wolves Continue To Overcome Unique Challenges

October 24, 2022

The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) recently released its 3rd quarter Mexican Wolf Recovery Program Quarterly Update. The updates share information on Mexican Wolf Recovery Program activities in the…

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Wolf Conservation Center Mourns Loss of Mexican Gray Wolf Alléno

October 21, 2022

Dear Friends, It is with heavy hearts that we announce the death of Mexican gray wolf Alléno. He passed away this morning at twelve and a half years old. Upon…

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Washington Continues Bloody Treatment of Wolves

October 7, 2022

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) Director Kelly Susewind today authorized a kill order for one wolf from the Smackout pack territory in response to repeated attacks of cattle…

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