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On December 18, 2018, the Wolf Conservation Center hosted Dr Adrian Treves for a special webinar, “Best Available Predator Science and the Law.” Predator conservation in North America is split along several fault lines that make it difficult to restore … Continue reading

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The idea that state-sanctioned killing of wolves is necessary to control wolf populations is one of the most widespread assumptions in large carnivore management.¬†However, research demonstrates that wolves limit their own numbers. As apex predators wolves keep their own numbers … Continue reading

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New data from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources suggests Wisconsin’s wolf population may be stabilizing – a natural development which occurs to wolf populations when left undisturbed by humans (not managed via hunting, trapping, and hounding). Wolf populations regulate … Continue reading

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