Posts Categorized: Wolverine

Mexican gray wolf, © Jim Clark/USFWS

Wildlife Weekly Wrap-Up »

Activists Say “No” To Mexican Gray Wolf Extinction Bill; Washington Wildlife Officials Put Coexistence First; Tightened Restrictions on Bobcat Trapping Will Protect Imperiled Lynx and Wolverines; New National Monument Will Be Safe Haven for Countless California Species; Is the U.S. abandoning red wolves?

Wolverine, © Anna Yu/iStock

Wildlife Dads »

Sometimes animal dads can get a bad rap, but today, we highlight a few of the hard-working, uniquely adapted animal fathers that keep their young healthy and thriving.

Wolverine, © Anna Yu/iStock

Wolverine Watchers »

This winter we set up monitoring stations at Bitterroot National Forest to document animal activity, specifically wolverines, to better understand their habitat requirements and the threats to their survival.

Wolverine, © Paul Nicklen/National Geographic Stock

Wolverines Need Federal Protection Now! »

If you’ve been keeping up with one of the world’s toughest animals, the wolverine, you may know that a big decision is coming their way. In early August, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (the Service) will determine whether or not imperiled wolverines in the lower-48 will be listed under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) as “threatened.”