Wolf Hunting Success a Dream Come True for Montana Man

The long-awaited Montana wolf season has been open for nearly two months now and the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks says 44 hunters have been successful so far. The quota is set at 220. One of the fortunate … [Read More]

Wolf Hunting Moves a Step Closer to Reality for Montana and Idaho

Animal Rights groups and the Obama administration have agreed on a compromise to lift protections for wolves in Montana and Idaho and allow hunting. Here is some info on the settlement from the Los Angeles Times: The settlement agreement, opposed … [Read More]

Feds Plan to Remove Eastern Timber Wolf From Endangered List

  U.S. Interior Sec. Ken Salazar reportedly told Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., that the eastern timber wolf will be removed from the endangered species list by the end of 2011. Here’s more from the Duluth News Tribune story: The proposal, which is expected … [Read More]

Wisconsin DNR to Determine Predator Impact on Deer Herd

State wildlife agencies struggle to regulate predator numbers against deer herd management plans. The introduction of wolves in some areas made the balancing act even more complicated. To get a read on how predators impact deer herds, the Wisconsin Department … [Read More]

Coywolves — An Emerging Species?

The abundance of coyote-wolf hybrids in the wild is often discussed among trappers and predator callers. That discussion is especially interesting in the Northeast and Canada, where coyotes are generally larger and wolf populations exist. A recent story by Carola … [Read More]

Happy With Salazar’s Decision to Leave Wolf Management to the States?

Let him know.Interior Secretary Ken Salazar upheld the decision made by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to remove gray wolves from the federal endangered list in the Northern Rockies and the western Great Lakes regions earlier this month. He … [Read More]

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