Promoting wolf conservation since 1999

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Did You Know?

Full-scale red wolf reintroduction began in 1992 with the release of two families in North Carolina.



» Why the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation is Problematic for Modern Wildlife Management, (M. Nils Peterson & Michael Paul Nelson), Human Dimensions of Wildlife 2016

» Predator control should not be a shot in the dark, (Treves et al), The Ecological Society of America 2016

» Questionable policy for large carnivore hunting, (Creel et al.), 2015

» When shooting a coyote kills a wolf: Mistaken identity or misguided management?, (Newsome, Bruskotter, and Ripple), 2015

» Congress’s attacks on science-based rules, (Rosenberg et al), 2015

» Challenge the abuse of science setting in policy, (Rosenberg et al), 2015

» Gray Wolf Conservation at a Crossroads, (Treves, Bruskotter), 2011



» Why do wolves eat livestock? - Factors influencing wolf diet in northern Italy, (Imbert et al), Biological Conservation 2016


Public Trust:

» Informed opinion: Conserving the future is a matter of public trust (Treves) 2016

» in press. Predators and the public trust (Treves et al) 2014

» The Public Trust Doctrine - Implications for Wildlife Management and Conservation in the United States and Canada, (Batcheller et al), Technical Review 2010



» Best Available Predator Science and the Law with Dr. Adrian Treves, 2018


Human Tolerance:

» Blood does not buy goodwill: allowing culling increases poaching of a large carnivore, (Chapron, Treves), 2016

» Changes in attitudes toward wolves before and after an inaugural public hunting and trapping season: early evidence from Wisconsin’s wolf range, (Hogberg, Treves, Shaw, Naughton-Trevea), 2015

» Pendulum Swings in Wolf Management Led to Conflict, Illegal Kills, and a Legislated Wolf Hunt, (Olsen et al), 2014

» Tolerance for Predatory Wildlife, (Treves, Bruskotter), 2014