Mois : Décembre 2011

Tragedy in the Southwest

Décembre 16, 2011

Mexican wolf M805 On December 14, wild Mexican gray wolf F1105 was shot dead on private land in New Mexico at the direction of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.…

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Hysteria About Wolves Built On Exaggeration

Décembre 15, 2011

Photo: Roni Chastain from WCC Photo Session Program December 2011 An excellent opinion piece was printed in The Missoulian earlier this week about the high emotions that wolves and their…

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Se préparer pour la saison de reproduction des loups : les filles à gauche, les garçons à droite

14 décembre 2011

Breeding season is an exciting time at the Wolf Conservation Center (WCC), especially since we have four potential litters to celebrate on the horizon! Preparing for breeding season, however, can…

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Saving a Species: Challenges of Match-Making in the Red Wolf Recovery Program

Décembre 13, 2011

The elusive red wolf F1291 During the summer, the Species Survival Plan (SSP) management group for the red wolf determined the program’s breeding pairs for the 2012 season. Wolves are…

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National WolfWatcher Coalition Giving You a Last Chance to Speak Up for WY Wolves

Décembre 12, 2011

Au début de 2011, les loups des Rocheuses du Nord figuraient sur la liste des espèces en voie de disparition. Quelques mois plus tard, tout a changé pour cette population particulière de prédateurs. Au printemps, le Congrès…

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WildEarth Guardians Working to Protect The ESA

Décembre 9, 2011

Watch WildEarth Guardians‘ Jay Tutchton testify before Congress in defense of our nation’s cornerstone environmental law: the Endangered Species Act.

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Controversial Topics To Be Discussed At Today’s MT Fish, Wildlife & Parks Public Meeting

Décembre 8, 2011

The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is holding a public meeting today starting at noon (EST). Among the topics on the agenda will be whether or not to extend the…

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Atka, Your Roots Are Showing!

Décembre 7, 2011

For many of us, rainy days can be bad “hair days.” Although Wolf Conservation Center Ambassador Wolf Atka need not fret about his looks, rainy weather can take its toll…

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Wolf Conservation Center’s Project: Poetry

Décembre 6, 2011

The wolf is a charismatic beast and had been the subject of song and verse for eons.   Earlier this year, the Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) teamed up with Mamaroneck…

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Some Young Conservationists Are At It Again!

Décembre 3, 2011

The Woodmere Middle Schoolers are at it again! WMS Team 7A has been working hard on their research project on Endangered Species. The group of dedicated middle schoolers are investigating…

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