Posts Categorized: Northern Rockies Gray Wolf

Wolf, © Sandy Sisti

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Japanese researchers released a study this month showing that gray wolves use their eyes to communicate with each other. The team of scientists examined the eyes of over 20 different types of canid species – including wolves, foxes, dogs – concluding that those animals with the most visible eyes are also the most social animals.

Wolves, © Eilish Palmer

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Montana proposes excessive new wolf quota for landowners; Notes from this week’s successful tours of Idaho’s Wood River Wolf Project; Stand up for endangered red wolves; With your help, we are putting pressure on Governor Otter in Idaho.

Wolf 06, © Doug McLaughlin

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Join us next week for workshops, demonstrations and tours of Idaho’s Wood River Wolf Project; Wolves continue to expand into new areas in Oregon; One year after the proposal to remove federal protection for wolves; Help us run pro-wolf ads in Idaho.

Gray Wolf, © Joan Poor

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A great day in California for gray wolves; Wandering wolf OR-7 fathers wolf pups just in time for Father’s Day; Defenders cracks down on Governor Otter’s war on wolves; Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks offers reward for information on wolf poached in the Bitterroot Valley.

Captive Mexican wolf, © Don Burkett

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U.S Fish and Wildlife Service jumps in to save Mexican gray wolf pups, but are they going about it the right way? ; Montana announces stamp to fund wolf conservation; Animal Planet’s segment on “Man-Eating” wolves is outrageous and damaging!