Protecting Wildlife: Advocating Against Aerial Gunning in Idaho’s National Forests

February 23, 2024

At the Wolf Conservation Center (WCC), we stand in solidarity with a coalition of organizations in the fight against aerial gunning and other predator control activities by private contractors in…

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US Fish and Wildlife Service Denies Protections for Rocky Mountain Gray Wolves

February 2, 2024

The US Fish and Wildlife Service has failed wolves. Today, USFWS ruled that gray wolves in the Northern Rockies do not warrant federal protections, despite being subjected to aggressive, cruel,…

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2302-OR: Colorado Parks and Wildlife released five gray wolves onto public land in Grand County, Colorado on Monday, December 18, 2023. Pictured is wolf 2302-OR.

A Historic Milestone: The Return of Gray Wolves to Colorado

December 19, 2023

In a groundbreaking conservation effort, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) has reintroduced five gray wolves into the wilds of Grand County, marking a significant step in restoring the species to…

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The Urgent Need for Advocacy in Montana’s Wolf Management

December 8, 2023

Wolves have long been a symbol of the wild, embodying freedom, strength, and the delicate balance of nature. However, in Montana, their future hangs in the balance. The state’s wolf…

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Colorado’s Wolf Reintroduction: An Uncertain Step Forward

December 6, 2023

The Wolf Conservation Center acknowledges a significant milestone in wildlife conservation as Colorado embarks on a historic journey to reintroduce gray wolves by the end of this month. This initiative,…

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End of Summer WCC Pupdate – Silas and Kazoo

August 25, 2023

The speed of physical pup development is mind blowing! Although no bigger than one pound at birth, wolves reach their adult size in less than one year, and reach sexual…

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Over 150,000 Voices Urge Biden Administration to Completely Reinstate the ESA

August 21, 2023

The rallying cry for the protection of endangered species has never been louder. Over 150,000 concerned citizens, from every corner of the nation, have implored the U.S. Fish and Wildlife…

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Oregon’s Wolves’ August Atrocities Underline a Year of Sorrow

August 16, 2023

As summer blankets Oregon, the serenity of its wild landscapes is juxtaposed sharply against a somber and alarming narrative – a continuation from our previous discussions this year showing the…

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Defending the ESA: A Look At The Attacks From Capitol Hill

July 20, 2023

In the wake of recent proceedings on Capitol Hill, it’s become increasingly apparent that the Endangered Species Act (ESA) – a landmark piece of legislation marking its 50th anniversary this…

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Trump Compares Political Opponents To “Pack of Rabid Wolves”

June 7, 2023

Earlier today, Donald Trump released a political ad on Truth Social which was filled with interspersed images of a snarling wolf, and in which he compared his political opponents to…

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