Posts Tagged: Washington

Wolf, © John Eastcott and Yva Momatiuk / National Geographic Stock

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Some Good News for Wolves in Idaho… Finally! Muddied Waters for Washington Wolves Did You Submit Your Comments? Red Wolves Still in Trouble But We Have Time to Help; Comment Period Closing on Harmful Mexican Gray Wolf Rule; Washington’s Lookout Pack Caught in Fire

Wolf, © Michael S. Quinton, National Geographic Stock

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Washington Wildlife Officials Issue Kill Order for Huckleberry Wolf Pack; Illinois Adds Wolves as a Protected Species; Keeping our Sights on OR-7; Yawning is contagious – even in wolves!

Photo by Ian M Dutton

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Congressman DeFazio requests wolf protection zone outside Yellowstone National Park; Great news for wolves in Washington; Update on Idaho’s wolf control board; Washington’s residents want wolves protected; Update on pups rescued from Alaska fire.

Mexican gray wolf and pup, © Joel Sartore

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Rancher Says Coexistence is the Path Forward: After losing ewes and newborn lambs to wolves over the past four years, John Peavey of Flat Top Ranch in Idaho has moved his lambing operation 20 miles south away from core wolf range avoid conflict with wolves during this vulnerable time.

Wolf rally in DC, © Defenders of Wildlife

Washington Wolf Supporters Howl for Wolf Recovery & Oppose Stripping Federal Protections »

In advance of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s decision to strip federal protection for most gray wolves in the contiguous 48 states, the Agency denied Washingtonians the opportunity to testify in opposition by refusing to hold a public hearing in the Pacific Northwest. This did not go over well in Washington! In fact, over 100 citizens decided to host their own hearing on Sunday December 15th to oppose stripping federal protections for gray wolves.