Washington Officials Kill Two Wolves to Benefit Private Industry

By nywolf | June 17, 2022

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) officials killed two wolves, a yearling female and an adult male, from the Togo Pack in a misguided attempt to prevent livestock attacks.…

Washington Officials Target Togo Wolf Pack to Protect Cows

By nywolf | June 13, 2022

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) Director Kelly Susewind issued a kill order for up to two wolves from the Togo wolf family in response to depredation of cattle on…

Endangered Wolf Pup Born at the WCC Released to the Wild

By Regan Downey | June 8, 2022

Rare Wolf Pup Born at WCC Joins Wild Family On May 3, 2022, Mexican gray wolf Trumpet gave birth to three pups at the Wolf Conservation Center, each no larger…

Mexican Gray Wolf Pup Born in New York Released to the Wild

By nywolf | June 5, 2022

On May 3, 2022, Mexican gray wolf Trumpet gave birth to three pups at the Wolf Conservation Center (South Salem, NY), each no larger than one pound in size. Although…

Mexican Gray Wolf Rule Eliminates Cap on Population, Restricts Killing

By nywolf | May 13, 2022

New Federal Management Rule Still Falls Short on Genetic Diversity by Rejecting Science-Based Reforms SILVER CITY, N.M.— The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service confirmed today that it will eliminate its…

Oregon Issues Kill Order for Wolves to Protect Cows on Public Lands

By nywolf | April 30, 2022

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) issued a kill permit to a livestock producer after a family of wolves attacked some of their livestock on public lands. The family of wolves,…

Wolf Enthusiast Throws Birthday to the Wolves!

By nywolf | April 19, 2022

The strength of the wolf is the pack, and the strength of the Wolf Conservation Center’s pack is children like Billy N.! Rather than receive presents, Billy knew he instead…

Finding Black Beauty in the Search for Red Wolf Ancestry

By nywolf | April 7, 2022

Only twelve wild red wolves are known to exist today, but the Gulf Coast Canine Project brings new hope for the species by discovering canids along the gulf coast that…

Second Pair of Captive-born Red Wolves Released Into the Wild

By nywolf | April 6, 2022

On March 15, 2022, a second pair of captive-born red wolves has been released into the wilds of North Carolina, bringing the number of total known red wolves up to…

Wild Mexican Gray Wolf Population Grows Slightly, Intensive Recovery Efforts Still Needed

By nywolf | March 30, 2022

In its annual survey released today, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) reports that 196 wild Mexican gray wolves were counted in the U.S. in 2021 – a 5% increase since…