protecting and conserving native wildlife through education and advocacy

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WWC collaborates with fellow conservation organization in Utah, regionally, and nationally. Learn More..

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You’ll find WWC staff and volunteers at Utah Wildlife Board meetings and Regional Wildlife Advisory Council (RAC) meetings advocating for wildlife protection. Learn More..

About Us

Western Wildlife Conservancy is the only organization in Utah working for protection of carnivores full time. We have been advocating for wildlife for over 20 years. Learn More..

New wolfpack in western Oregon boasts 4 new pups

By Denise Hughett | October 5, 2019

October 4, 2019 – www.oregonlive.com By The Associated Press SALEM — A newly establish pack of wolves in Oregon has something…

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AUTHOR SERIES – RICK MCINTYRE: THE RISE OF WOLF 8

By Denise Hughett | October 5, 2019

Rick McIntyre, October 26 • The Rise of Wolf 8 Yellowstone National Park was once home to an abundance of wild…

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What wolves’ teeth reveal about their lives

By Denise Hughett | September 28, 2019

by Stuart Wolpert, University of California, Los Angeles UCLA evolutionary biologist Blaire Van Valkenburgh has spent more than three decades studying…

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Current Campaigns & News

By Denise Hughett | October 19, 2019

Yellowstone releases reports about bears, wolves, and birds  Buckrail Oct 18, 2019     Wyoming MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS, Wyo. — Yellowstone National Park…

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Wildlife Issues

By Denise Hughett | October 19, 2019

Scientists, Conservationists Call For Sweeping Changes To Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery Plan By RYAN HEINSIUS• OCT 17, 2019 Dozens of scientists and…

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Wild Encounters & Info

By Denise Hughett | October 18, 2019

Thorofare expat lobo lives on By Mike Koshmrl Jackson Hole Daily Oct 17, 2019 A former Teton County wolf whose…

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Below Is Bob Brister Manning the wolf table at the ogden nature center for earth day!

Bob tabling at Ogden Nature Center Earth Day 4.20.19 (1).2
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