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On October 27, an elk hunter in Oregon reported that he shot and killed a protected wolf in self-defense. However, emerging details reveal the hunter’s story and the forensic evidence don’t match. Carter Niemeyer, a retired USFWS biologist with 30 … Continue reading

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Although only 231 rare Alexander Archipelago wolves remain on Prince of Wales Island, Southeast Alaska’s subsistence advisory panel aims to kill 69, and on federal lands no less. The panel recommends increasing the subsistence quota by 30% claiming, “Trapping of … Continue reading

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The Mexican gray wolf once ruled the American Southwest, but as the arrival of humans and livestock increased, they began to be viewed as a pest. By 1973, trapping, poison and rifles had completely eliminated the wild Mexican gray wolf … Continue reading

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