Mois : janvier 2023
Can We Really Believe Wisconsin Has An Accurate Wolf Count?
Several researchers recently took an extended look at Wisconsin’s 2022 ‘scaled occupancy model’ for estimating wolf counts in the state and concluded that the Wisconsin method systematically overestimates wolf abundance…Lire la suite
Wandering Mexican gray wolf Removed From Northern New Mexico
A wandering Mexican gray wolf, named Asha by school children, also known as F2754, had her journey cut short by wildlife officials who captured her after she attempted to roam…Lire la suite
Conservation groups dismayed by agency removal of wandering wolf Asha
For immediate release: January 23 , 2023 Media contacts:Chris Smith, WildEarth Guardians, (505) 395-6177; firstname.lastname@example.orgGreta Anderson, Western Watersheds Project (520) 623-1878; email@example.comMichael Robinson, Center for Biological Diversity, (575) 313-7017; firstname.lastname@example.orgRenee…Lire la suite
Mexican gray wolf “Asha” should be allowed to continue her travels
For immediate release: January 19, 2023 Media contacts: Greta Anderson, Western Watersheds Project (520) 623-1878; email@example.comChris Smith, WildEarth Guardians (505) 395-6177; firstname.lastname@example.org Sally Paez, New Mexico Wild (505) 350-0664; email@example.com Renee Seacor, Project Coyote & The…Lire la suite
What Happens To The Pack When A Wolf Dies?
New Research Shows Losing One Wolf Can Destabilize Entire Pack The newest research by Kira Cassidy et al., to be published in the February issue of Frontiers in Ecologyand the…Lire la suite
New Year, Same Bad Wolf Policy In Oregon
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Service announced yesterday that they are authorizing ranchers, or their agent, to kill two members of the Catherine wolf pack in Union County after a…Lire la suite
An Endangered Lobo Crossed I-40, Now What?
An endangered Mexican gray wolf known as f2754 (and named “Asha” by schoolchildren in an annual Pup Naming Contest) recently crossed a northern boundary in New Mexico that wildlife officials…Lire la suite
Conservationists Celebrate Northward-roaming Mexican Gray Wolf
For immediate release: January 11, 2023 Media contacts: Greta Anderson, Western Watersheds Project (520) 623-1878; firstname.lastname@example.orgChris Smith, WildEarth Guardians (505) 395-6177; email@example.com Sally Paez, New Mexico Wild (505) 350-0664; firstname.lastname@example.org Renee…Lire la suite