One man’s poison is another man’s meal. Or at least a meal for that pesky coyote. By Ieuan EvansContributorPublished: November 20, 2019 Prairie people frequently get together to shoot coyotes, often with the support of local farmers. I’m not against disposing of problem wildlife, but I fail to see any benefits from shooting coyotes. Coyotes are a major…

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Looking for some opportunities to visit and/or support a wolf conservation center? There’s a website that lists the links to various centers across the US and even Canada! Enjoy! https://www.graywolfconservation.com/Captivity/seeing_captive_wolves.htm

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (November 22, 2019)—Yesterday, the New Mexico State Game Commission voted unanimously to approve a new regulation that ends recreational cougar trapping in the state beginning in 2020. The decision follows a lawsuit waged by Animal Protection of New Mexico and the Humane Society of the United States, which argued that indiscriminate traps…

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This book is a pleasant walk through the author’s thoughts on the behavior of wolves. She has over 25 years of experience watching wolves in Yellowstone National Park and elsewhere. Much like Rick McIntyre’s book, we are brought to further appreciate the wolf, how much it is like us and how we could be better…

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I recently had the good fortune to listen to Rick McIntyre speak on his book. He was at Sundance Resort to tell the audience about the wolves in his book and to sign copies for each of us. So many folks attended that the event had to be moved to a bigger building at the…

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I had the good fortune to attend Rick’s presentation of his new book, The Rise of Wolf 8. Listening to Rick speak is a pleasure. His passion and love for the wolves he has gotten to know is evident. He speaks to their personalities and you take away the message that wolves are really not…

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I thought the article below was quite interesting…you may too. After reading it, I wondered how many non-mutualists would read it and two, is this information that can be useful in conservation and wildlife campaigns? Food foe thought IMO. https://defenders.org/blog/2019/09/americas-wildlife-values?fbclid=IwAR1HSgDdmn5ldC6uDLgxLBF3i6ZGFgAKtYiOJ2TF0Dk2do2WnvBfddMMYQU

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POSTED BY: KALIE DRAGO OCTOBER 8, 2019 Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking interested candidates looking to serve for the next three years (2019-2021) on the Wolf Advisory citizen committee. The 18 member committee is responsible for advising the department on wolf recovery and management. “They don’t have to be fairly knowledgeable [about wildlife management],…

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October 4, 2019 – www.oregonlive.com By The Associated Press SALEM — A newly establish pack of wolves in Oregon has something to howl about. At least four pups have been born to the pack in the western part of the state, where they are still listed as endangered. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Friday…

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Rick McIntyre, October 26 • The Rise of Wolf 8 Yellowstone National Park was once home to an abundance of wild wolves—but park rangers killed the last of their kind in the 1920s. Decades later, park rangers brought them back, with the first wolves arriving from Canada in 1995. This is the incredible true story of…

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