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This website is to inform people .You will find articles, photographs, videos and links to organisations who care, support and work for the preservation of wolves.



  • State investigating whether wolf was killed Sunday in Northwest Iowa

  • Did Glaciers Lure Wolves Back into California?

  • Fish and Wildlife faulted in red wolf shootings

  • Alaska Decides It′s Fine to Kill Endangered Wolves

  • Photos courtesy of California Department of Fish and Wildlife
  • First Wolf Pack in 91 Years Photographed in Northern California

  • Video Appears to Show Wolf in South Dakota‘s Black Hills

  • Celebrity wolves stir controversy with yet more cubs Italy

  • DNR says Minnesota wolf population remains stable

  • Activists Score Victory in Effort to Stop the Government Killing of Millions of Animals

  • California May Be Home to a New Lone Wolf

  • Wolf hunt to resume Monday near Alaska′s Denali National Park

  • Inclination to illegally kill wolves persists in Wisconsin‚ study finds

  • Research finds lethal wolf control backfires on livestock

  • (Credit: D. Gordon E. Robertson)
  • African ’Golden Jackal’ Is Actually a Wolf

  • The early life of Skoki the wolf in Banff National Park

  • As wolves rebound‚ range riders keep watch over livestock

  • ’Stuck’ with wolves‚ rancher says he′ll make the best of it

  • Another wolf may be roaming in Siskiyou County

  • Denali Wolf Hunt Nears Opening Despite Low Population Numbers

  • Wolf impacted counties receive funds from ODA

  • As wolf hunt near Denali looms‚ state rejects calls for another emergency ban

  • Poisoning Canada’s wolves with strychnine is unacceptable: journal commentRaincoast scientists publish comment in Cambridge journal on unethical use of strychnine

  • Isle Royale Begins Wolf Management Plan

  • FWP looks to the future with new initiative Montana

  • Dozens of scientists joins forces to protect gray wolves of North America

  • TSONGAS AMENDMENT DOES NOT PASS IN A 186-243 VOTE, FOCUS EFFORTS NOW ON OPPOSING THE NEWHOUSE AMENDMENT

  • World´s Most Famous Wolf Has a Second Set of Pups

  • Minnesota lawmakers‚ activists weigh in as Congress ponders delisting gray wolves

  • Humane Society officials disappointed with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wolf decision

  • Poop-sniffing dogs work for wildlife researchers

  • Effects of Sarcoptic Mange on Gray Wolves in Yellowstone National Park.

  • Yellowstone loses radio frequencies used to track wildlife

  • Petition Urges Interior Secretary To Intervene Over Killings Of Denali National Park Wolves

  • Wolf Lawmaker Champions and FWS denies our petition From Howling for Wolves

  • Minnesota lawmakers‚ activists weigh in as Congress ponders delisting gray wolves

  • Mexican Gray Wolves Born at Brookfield Zoo

  • Trapper-killed wolf found inside Denali National Park

  • Kaycee lone wolf shot by feds

  • Alaska Confirms 60 Percent Decline in Rare Wolf Population, Still Plans Trapping and Hunting Season

  • Jury convicts man who shot wolf without required tags

  • Gray Wolf Conservation and Management

  • Why Don't Wolves Eat All That They Kill?

  • Wildlife Services study proposes few changes

  • Protect the wolves at Isle RoyaleIsle Royale National Park appears to have only three wolves remaining, a disturbing decline.....

  • ODA releases wolf-livestock compensation for ranchers

  • FWP proposes keeping wolf rules the same

  • Tapping Your Inner Wolf

  • WISCONSIN WOLF UPDATE: Wolf Numbers Up‚ Livestock Depredations Down‚ No Hunt this Fall

  • The Big‚ Good Wolf: Real Lives of Alpha Males

  • Take Action for Oregon's Wolves in 2015

  • Jury convicts man who shot wolf without required tags


  • Washington wolf legislation stalls in GOP–led Senate
  • DO LARGE CARNIVORES KEEP THEIR OWN NUMBERS IN CHECK?

  • Prowling wolf reaches outskirts of Munich

  • Pack powerThe wolves of Yellowstone provide some surprising survival lessons

  • Peters urges action on declining Isle Royale wolf population

  • New lone wolf tracked into Central Oregon

  • Wolf center in Ely to expand

  • OR-7, mate may be adding to their pack

  • Tolerance of wolves in Wisconsin continues to declinePhoto: Herbert Lange/Wisconsin DNR

  • New lone wolf tracked into Central Oregon

  • Wolf Attacks More Myth Than Reality

  • Ancient Wolf DNA Could Solve Dog Origin Mystery

  • Fish and Game commissioner closes wolf hunt early near Denali park

  • Petition Urges Interior Secretary To Intervene Over Killings Of Denali National Park Wolves

  • What A Howling Wolf Howl Says

  • Leonardo DiCaprio’s Appian Way and Langley Park eye ’American Wolf’

  • Finding Solutions for Wolves in the Great Lakes

  • When Have Wolves Made A Recovery?. It Depends On Your Definition

  • Photo by Alamy
  • Wolves almost gone from Isle Royale

  • Northern Minnesota sees jump in wolves killing dogs A reminder that feeding deer in your backyard also invites the natural predators of the deer into your backyard.

  • The state of wolves not good

  • Norway imprisons wolf hunters in landmark case

  • Ranchers find ways to live with wolves despite deaths of dogs‚ horses‚ cattle

  • Park Service to begin researching options to boost Isle Royale wolf population

  • Trapper-killed wolf found inside Denali National Park

  • Defend Rare Alaskan Wolf Habitat

  • All About Wolves

  • Conservation group questions accuracy of Idaho wolf numbers

  • Why Alberta is killing its wolves to save its caribou


  • (Photo: Joel Sartore/Getty Images)
  • A Howling Triumph: Mexican Gray Wolf Wins ”Rare & Ready to Be Saved”

  • Wolves found freedom 20 years ago today in Yellowstone

  • Study refutes what some thought was value of wolf hunt

  • Montana Wolf Population Declines But Still Above Recovery Standards

  • Wolf Plays and Feeds Puppies among grizzlies (brown bear)‚ katmai alaska‚ Brad Josephs video

  • The experts have already spoken Wisconsin

  • USDA‚ Minnesota Agree to Provide $220‚000 for Wolf Control

  • Time to stop predator massacre‚ get rid of unrepresentative Alaska Board of Game

  • Obama Administration Sides with Hunters over Protection of Gray Wolves

  • Memorial to denounce wolf recovery plan heads to House floor

  • Let the experts make decisions regarding Wisconsin′s gray wolves

  • Indirect wolf losses could fall between repayment cracks

  • Red Cliff Tribe rolls out Wolf Protection Plan, declares itself wolf sanctuary

  • Proposed trapping restrictions aimed at protecting dogs

  • It's time we finally start doing something about these games and horrible killings

  • These Gory New Hunting Competitions Have Taken the Country by Storm

  • Wolf pup survival a fragile thing

  • Agents kill Lolo wolves to boost elk survival

  • Scientists: 2 wolves paid short visit to Isle Royale park

  • Wolf′s Powers of Observation May Have Aided Dog Domestication

  • Bill calls for relocating wolves to Cascades‚ Western Wash.

  • Living in a minefield: the wolves of the Golan Heights

  • The Most Stupid Animal on the Planet

  • Turns Out Scientists Know What's Better For Wolves Than Congress

  • Indian Tribes, Others Stand Up for Wolves

  • Feds file intent to appeal on wolf status March 1st

  • Is the Slow Comeback of the Oregon Wolf Now in Jeopardy?

  • Wolf bills would ban snaring, increase livestock fund

  • Jackson County won´t set up wolf kill compensation program

  • Ticks Thought to be Killing Moose Parisitism causing adults and calves to be the "walking dead

  • Hundreds of wolves killed to save caribou

  • Wolves of the Alexander Archipelago By MARY CATHARINE MARTIN

  • New state wolf board has spent $140K so far to kill 31 wolves

  • Delist or downlist? Michigan wolf debate rages on following federal ruling that blocked hunting

  • A New Year for Oregon's Wolves

  • The Fight Over the Most Polarizing Animal in the West

  • Tolerance of wolves in Wisconsin A mixed-methods examination of policy effects on attitudes and behavioral inclinations

  • Winning team in controversial hunting contest shoots 13 foxes

  • Canada Wants to Kill Gray Wolves to Save Another Struggling Species


  • Welcome to Wolf Country by JOE DONNELLY

  • Captive Wolf Pups Enjoy Elk and Goat Milk Video

  • The Environment and the Wolves By JACK LESSENBERRY

  • Sweden gives go−ahead to controversial wolf cull

  • Refuge wolves wander south

  • Bill would remove federal protections for Minn. wolves

  • In wake of federal court ruling, DNR delays draft wolf plan

  • Why Wolf hunting is bad for Business !

  • Bill would remove federal protections for wolves in four states¸ including MinnesotaSeveral members of Congress are preparing legislation to take gray wolves in Minnesota, Wisconsin‚ Michigan and Wyoming off the endangered list in an attempt to undo court.....
  • OR–7 pack gets company: Another adult wolf has been spotted in Southern Oregon

  • Observers say Alberta wolf kill to expand despite government denial

  • Reintroducing Wolves to Yellowstone and Idaho: The 20th Anniversary

  • MI: Isle Royale challenge: Rescue wolves, keep moose in check

  • Over 100 wolves taken in Montana wolf hunt season

  • Babbitt gave wolves a place in New West

  • Why wolves should continue to wear radio collars: Guest opinion

  • Wolves part of Washington´s future¸ heritage

  • The worst of its kind and it happens in Idaho

  • Eight Individuals Expose & Shame Salmon, ID Wolf & Coyote Killing Derby

  • Judge rules Board of Game violated open-meetings law in wolf decision

  • Oregon′s Wandering Wolf‚ OR-7‚ Gets Official Pack Status ″The Rogue Pack″

  • No wolves killed in Idaho predator derby

  • Federal ruling endangers wolf hunting season

  • Wolf Hunting Banned In MinnesotaVideo


  • It's time to give OR-7 some privacy

  • Detroit Zoo director says he′s not against hunting‚ he′s against ″bastardization of science″

  • Game and Fish has no place in park


  • BREAKING NEWS Federal judge orders gray wolves in Great Lakes states returned to endangered species list.


  • Wolves are back on endangered species



  • Time to understand real threat to wolves

  • Wolves Might Use Their Eyes to Talk to Each OtherBY NICK STOCKTON

  • New wolf activity detected in Oregon

  • Moving Past Wolf Propaganda and Poaching

  • Howling in Yellowstone National Park. The Junction Butte pack.

  • Wisconsin: Hunters used dogs to take 6 wolves

  • Adventures Out There: The wolf man

  • 2 wolf killings in UP prompt DNR probe, rewards
  • DNR seeks tips, offers rewards in investigation of 2 wolf killings in Upper Peninsula

  • Beautiful tribute. 06‚ the Alpha female of the Lamar Canyon Pack‚ Yellowstone National Park‚ was killed by a hunter in 2012 By Doug McLaughlin

  • Save the Wolves Video

  • State of Wyoming and feds appeal wolf decision

  • Lethal control of wolves backfires on livestock


  • Rick Lamplugh is a wolf advocate and author of the bestselling In the Temple of Wolves.
    Available as eBook or paperback at http://amzn.to/Jpea9Q
    Or as a signed copy from the author at http://bit.ly/1gYghB4
    How Wolves and Dogs Differ —by Rick Lamplugh

    Fourteen thousand or more years ago humans began the long process of changing wolves into dogs—the first domesticated animal. For their own reasons‚ some wolves accepted our food rules‚ and company and started the many lines of best friends that we know intimately. Sometimes when we consider wolves—an animal we know much less about—we think of them as having dog—like traits. But‚ according to Virginia Morell in her fascinating book‚ Animal Wise: How We Know Animals Think and Feel‚ wolves and dogs differ in significant ways. Dogs’ brains are about 25% smaller than those of wolves. And, Morell says, those brains are fundamentally different as shown by dogs’ ability to "…to cooperate with an entirely different species, one not closely related on a genetic level—and to seek that cooperation above all else…" (She adds that every species of domesticated animal has a smaller brain than its wild ancestor. Humans aren′t exempt: our brain has shrunk about 10 percent over the last 10‚000 years.) Dogs have shifted their loyalty from the pack to humans. This bonding is so complete that ″…dogs long to be with humans almost from the moment they open their eyes.″ Young wolves do not show this preference. Dogs have learned how to interact with us. They invented barking as a way of communicating their needs to humans and other dogs‚ according to one researcher. Morell says that wolves bark‚ too‚ but only to warn or protest. Dogs make eye contact with humans‚ something their ancestors don’t like to do. In a wolf’s wild world‚ a stare is a threat. As one researcher put it‚ dogs look at us as a way of figuring what we want them to do. ”Wolves don’t think that way; they’re too busy thinking for themselves.” Domestication has changed dogs’ natural rhythms. Dogs have learned to sleep—instead of hunt—at night. Wolves are ready to hunt in the early night and early morning and to sleep in the middle of the day. Wolves and dogs differ in dealing with food. The family dog allows us to move or take the food bowl. Morell watched a video of a person trying to pet a wolf puppy while it ate. ”As soon as her hand drifted toward the pup’s nose‚ the young wolf’s lips curled back and he snapped viciously.″ While dogs excel at learning from humans‚ tests show that wolves have little interest in what humans do. One researcher said that wolves are ″…a lot more analytical and have strong ideas‚ goals‚ and interests of their own. And they’re never really relaxed like a dog or puppy. They’re almost overly sensitive they jump away from you when you think there’s no reason. And they’re always alert…” Given these significant differences‚ seeing wolves as having dog−like traits does not paint the full picture of these marvelous animals that long ago gave us dogs and now have every right to live their wild‚ free‚ and different lives. As always‚ I would love to read your Facebook comments about this post.

  • Why Everything You Know About Wolf Packs Is Wrong Lauren Davis

  • Wisconsin DNR Hints that Statewide Kill Quota Will Be Ignored and Season Will Not Close

  • Park´s hunt under attack Disgust for roadside shooting sparked debate. By Mike Koshmrl

  • Whitman Co. farmer to be charged for killing gray wolf

  • Idaho wolf depredation down

  • With Lawsuit Pending, Feds Cancel Idaho Predator-killing Derby

  • Growing wolf pack blamed for killing cattle east of Edmonton Culling of six wolves approved by province

  • New research shows Yellowstone wolves pick their prey based on pack size

  • Canid North of Grand Canyon Confirmed to be a Rocky Mountain Gray Wolf

  • Yellowstone wolf pack encircles two photographers . . . . ."wild and beautiful"

  • Red wolf effort in NC should expand to other states, consultant says

  • News and notes from WolfWatcher Michigan

  • Onlookers dismayed by elk-herding hunters

  • Sheppard Named New Region 3 SupervisorMontana

  • We hunt predators but we can´t say why



  • Wisconsin urged to end wolf hunting in wake of first statewide vote on the issue

  • Wildlife groups post $15,000 reward to catch wolf poacher after female killed

  • Heavily hunted wolves more stressed, study says

  • Second lawsuit filed against Idaho wolf derby

  • SETTLEMENT REACHED ON PROTECTING WORLD´S ONLY WILD RED WOLVES ......

  • Minnesota Hunters Bag 71 Wolves In Opening Days Of Season

  • 2 Mexican gray wolves killed in New Mexico

  • hunters cited after dozens shot into herd of elk

  • Researcher: Isle Royale´s wolves almost certainly fated to disappear; ecosystem at ´great risk.´

  • WOLVES KNOCKING ON NEVADA´ DOOR

  • Wolf Hunt Under Way At Grand Canyon National Park

  • What the judge really said on wolves By Tim Preso

  • Wolf hunt to close in one of two Yellowstone Park area districts

  • YELLOWSTONE HAS LOST ONCE AGAIN ONE OF ITS WOLVES, THE BLACK FEMALE 889.

    In honor of 889F here is a little background on her. She was a 3 year old former member of the junction Butte Pack. She was born in 2011 into the Mollie Pack and dispersed to join dispersers from the Blacktail Pack. She spent time with 755M but she did not den. If you recall while she was with 755M she broke her ankle soshe had a permanent limp. She spent much of her time alone as the Junction Butte's would never let her back into the pack especially 870F. She did have the $5000 GPS collar that gives the Wolf Project accumulated data on her travels. We watched her being hazed away from the road ways and then adverse conditioning had to be used on her. She was way too habituated humans. It is indeed sad news!RIP 889F— Written by Legend of the lamar Valley



  • Michigan Voters Say No To A Wolf Hunt But Hunt Still Likely

  • Scientific facts belie the anti-wolf hysteria

  • Yellowstone wolf in the woods Jeremy Weber
  • Doug Smith of the Yellowstone Gray Wolf Restoration Project: "They're just like us"

    By EMILY WOODBURY & BEN KIEFFER


  • WILDLIFE CONSERVATION & MANAGEMENT FUNDING IN THE U.S.

  • Gray wolf reported at Grand Canyon for first time in decades

  • Radioactive Wolves Of Chernobyl - Scary Mutations [Full Documentary]

  • Biologists unsuccessful in attempt to collar Oregon's wolf OR-7

  • Chronic wasting disease now rings Greater Yellowstone in Wyoming

  • Wyoming´s Congressional Delegation Will Go To Congress To Get Wolves Delisted

  • Crossing boundaries: Scientists studying Yellowstone

  • Ranchers question value of wolf study

  • Ruby Creek wolf continues to elude state trappers

  • UPDATED: Group demands return of federal wolf protections at Capitol protest VIOLATION NOTICE´ DELIVERED TO GOVERNOR´S OFFICE DURING PROTEST AT CAPITOL

  • Top U.S. officials say Wyo. wolf rule shouldn´t have been nixed



  • OR-7, Oregon's mostfamous wolf, may be setting many precedents for the control of GPS information

  • Wolf shot in Whitman County; charges pending


  • Washington´s Stevens County Urges Citizens to Kill Endangered Wolves

  • Wolf from Idaho-Canada pack apparently roams through Utah


  • Fish and Game Commission ratifies gray wolf findings for California

  • YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL Park WOLF Project ANNUAL REPORT Authors: Douglas Smith, Daniel Stahler, Erin Stahler, Matthew Metz, Kira Quimby, Rick McIntyre, Caitlin Ruhl, Molly McDevitt

  • 1,200 miles in the tracks of Oregon's famous Wolf OR-7Video

  • Wolves, Management, Cattle and Wyoming October 2nd

  • Pend Oreille County‚ wolf to be captured put in zoo

  • Updated : Federal judge won′t give Wyoming control of wolves

  • Governor Mead Appreciates Judge Jackson′s Swift Response to Wyoming′s Emergency Rule on Gray Wolves

  • Collaring the wild Biologists have been tracking wolves in the Northern Rockies for two decades‚ but the species doesn′t always like to stay on the grid–By Alex Sakariassen

  • September 5, 2014 Genetic results on OR7´s mate and pups ODFW received University of Idaho´s report on scat samples collected in May and July. The samples were taken from the area being used by wolf OR7, his female mate and pups in the southwest Cascades. As expected, the samples identified OR7´s mate and two of the pups as wolves. The results do not indicate specifically where OR7´s mate was born, but show that she is related to other wolves in NE Oregon (Snake River and Minam packs). The two pup scats also identified the pups as offspring of OR7 and his new mate.


  • Whichever way the vote goes, a gray wolf hunt unlikely this year

  • Michigan-based group to monitor Yellowstone wolf hunt

  • Washington state accidentally shoots alpha wolf

  • Wolf Pups from the fi