Mois : Décembre 2023

New York Bans Wildlife Killing Contests, Becomes Tenth State To Do So

Décembre 22, 2023

ALBANY, New York—Today Gov. Kathy Hochul signed critical legislation (A.2917/S.4099) ending wildlife killing contests for coyotes, foxes, bobcats, squirrels, raccoons, crows and other species in New York. This historic new law prohibits…

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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

Décembre 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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Asha capturée à nouveau au Nouveau-Mexique et placée en captivité

Décembre 12, 2023

In the unique landscapes of New Mexico, a dispersing wolf named Asha has become a symbol of both the resilience of the Mexican gray wolf species and the ongoing challenges…

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Le besoin urgent de plaidoyer dans la gestion des loups au Montana

Décembre 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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Réintroduction du loup au Colorado : un pas en avant incertain

Décembre 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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