Latest Graywolf News

Mexican gray wolf count
On Wednesday, a team of state, federal and tribal officials began a two week count of the population of Mexican gray wolves that roams through the Apache and Gila national forests in New Mexico and Arizona. The interagency team conducts the population …
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Colorado Springs zoo euthanizes Mexican gray wolf
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Cheyenne Mountain Zoo officials say that Weeko the Mexican gray wolf has died. The Gazette reports ( ) the Colorado Springs zoo said in a news release that the decision to euthanize the wolf Monday …
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Legislative Action to Delist Gray Wolf as Endangered Species
The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee has approved a bipartisan Sportsmen's Bill that contains an amendment removing protections for the gray wolf. The provision offered by Wyoming Senator John Barrasso takes away the Endangered …
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Latest Timber Wolf News

That was then, this is now
Aside from the alarming moose decline, we also have a bitter battle over not only who should manage our timber wolves, state or federal authorities, but also how they should be managed. Many people believe those who support wolf hunting and trapping …
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Coyote hunting contest draws complaints from environmental groups
In November 2015, 26 scientists, including Dave Mech of the University of Minnesota and former DNR biologist Adrian Wydeven, now with the Timber Wolf Alliance, wrote the U.S. Interior Department and argued that wolf populations in Michigan, Minnesota …
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Latest Gray Wolf News

Wildlife Commission Denies Permit Appeal For Mexican Gray Wolf Release
Officials from the federal government were disappointed after wildlife commission denied their appeal to release more Mexican Gray wolves into the wild. In a public meeting where the decision was announced, the spectators expressed reacted with …
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Battle over gray wolf breeding continues
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. —Federal officials saw their push to help New Mexico's gray wolf population take a big blow Tuesday. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife service is pushing to allow more gray wolves to be introduced into the Gila Wilderness. It planned to …
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DNA test confirms gray wolf presence in Michigan's Lower Peninsula
17, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced the second confirmed presence of a gray wolf in the Lower Peninsula since 1910. Tribal officials announced the testing results earlier this week. "We have had some tracks and potential …