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The state of Minnesota will issue 3,800 wolf licenses for the 2014 hunting season — 500 more than last year — and will allow hunters and trappers to kill 250 wolves — 30 more than last year’s target, according to … Continue reading
Biologists from the US Fish and Wildlife Service and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife have confirmed that Wolf OR7 and his mate have produced a litter of at least two pups in the Cascade Mountains of southwest Oregon. … Continue reading
Wolf Park’s red foxes are — like our wolves, coyotes, and gray foxes — not domesticated, but tame. That means their offspring are not born tame, and must be tamed just like their parents were. Since they are not domesticated … Continue reading
Mexico’s National Commission for Natural Protected Areas stated on July 17 that a litter of Mexican gray wolf pups, the first pups known to be born in the wild since the subspecies was declared extinct in the area thirty years … Continue reading
The “Journey to Churchill” exhibit at the Assiniboine Park Zoo, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, closed five days after it opened, after a pack of wolves housed in one side of the exhibit dug under a fence separating them from the polar … Continue reading
Researchers from the University of Lincoln and the University of Edinburgh have published a study on how well children and adults recognize the emotional expressions of dogs. Studying 430 children between the ages of 4 and 10 and 120 young … Continue reading
Ever wondered about all the diverse species and subspecies of wolves, and all the confusing Latin names? L. David Mech writes on the taxonomic classification of wolves and their canid cousins in The Scientific Classification of Wolves: Canis lupus soupus, … Continue reading
Range Riders Program Expands to Cover Territories of Five Wolf Packs The Range Riders program, co-sponsored by Conservation Northwest, works with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and ranchers in northeast Washington, puts riders on horseback (and in ATVs) … Continue reading
The 4th District Court of Appeals in Wisconsin ruled July 10 that hunters in the state can train dogs to assist in hunting wolves. SB 411, a bill passed in 2012, already permitted hunting wolves with dogs during a designated hunting … Continue reading
Support Wolf Park by Joining the Walk for Wolves Saturday, September 27, 2014 9 am – 1 pm Guest Speaker: Senator Ron Alting Guest Speaker: Wolf Park Board Member and Indiana House of Representatives District 27 Representative Sheila Klinker Honorary … Continue reading