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Wolf pups, © Jim Brandenburg/Minden Pictures

Wolf Weekly Wrap-Up »

65 Representatives sign letter to Secretary Jewell urging her to abandon gray wolf delisting proposal; Washington’s wolf population remains stable; March 19th hearing on idaho’s new predation management plan; New science shows majority of Alberta Canada’s residents have favorable attitudes towards wolves.

Wolf, © Michael S. Quinton, National Geographic Stock

Wolf Weekly Wrap-Up »

Helicopter gunning kills 23 wolves in Idaho; Urge Secretary Jewell to abandon gray wolf delisting proposal — Call your representative by March 14; Washington wildlife agency urged to end support for abolishing federal wolf protections; The latest on Governor Otter’s wolf control board.

Gray wolf, © Tracy Brooks/USFWS

Wolf Weekly Wrap-Up »

Gov. Otter’s “Wolf Control Board” passes House and moves to Senate; End of year count in Oregon shows gray wolf populations remain stable; Harmful legislation for Mexican gray wolves come closer to becoming law in Arizona; Judge considering Red wolf court case requests more information.

Wolf, © James Brandenburg / National Geographic Stock

Wolf Weekly Wrap-Up »

Wolf advocates outnumber anti-wolf extremists at Monday’s hearing on Gov. Otter’s Wolf Control Board; Yellowstone Park biologists say no monitored wolves killed in 2013; Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife investigates dead wolf in northern Washington; Wolf baiting proposal for Idaho’s panhandle?

Wolf, © Michael S. Quinton, National Geographic Stock

Wolf Weekly Wrap-Up »

Independent Peer Scientists Say The Service’s Gray Wolf Delisting Proposal is Not Based on Good Science; More Bad News from Idaho. Just when you thought it was safe for wolves in Idaho’s Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness, Idaho announces a new plan to kill up to 60 percent of wolves in this Wilderness; Calling on Idaho Residents: Your Chance To Testify Against Governor Otter’s Proposed $2 Million Wolf Killing Fund Has Come!