Our lead field manager Fernando Najera describes a day in the life of the Wood River Wolf Project, the nation’s most successful wolf and sheep coexistence project.
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Wolves Officially Listed as Endangered under the California Endangered Species Act; Another Successful Season Comes to a Close at the Wood River Wolf Project; Angry Ranchers Speak Out at rural Wolf Management Meeting in Eastern Washington
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
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.
For six years, our Wood River Wolf Project has led the way in teaching ranchers how to coexist with wolves, protecting their livestock without killing these important apex predators.