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Wolf, © Michael S. Quinton, National Geographic Stock

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Fish and Wildlife Service Holds Public Meetings to Determine Fate of Mexican Gray Wolves; Six Mexican Gray Wolves Released in New Mexico; How Do People Form Their Opinions About Wolves?

Wolf, © Didier J. Lindsey

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Five Mexican Wolf Pups Born in Mexico; Buy Stamps to Save Wolves in Montana; Can the Death of An Individual Wolf Predict the Pack’s Future Behavior; Ranchers and Defenders’ Coexistence Experts Brainstorm.

Wolf pups, © 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, © 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.