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Wolves News

Man with chainsaw carves eagles, wolves, other masterpieces

Leonardo da Vinci painted to create works of art. Michelangelo carved marble to create his works of art. Mark Tyoe of Salisbury, New York uses a chainsaw and big tree trunks to create his artwork.
In the Media by Mike White - 2 comments

Florida Fish and Wildlife officers gun down rare wolf Special

Chipley - A rare British Columbian wolf named Chaco was shot and killed by Florida Fish and Wildlife officers after flooding knocked down his enclosure at Seacrest Wolf Preserve and he escaped into the countryside.
Digital Journal Report by Justin King - 27 comments

Why the last legal form of dog fighting is taxpayer-subsidized Special

Madison - The practice of hounding is centuries old and represents an example of one of the earliest forms of cooperation between man and dog. In Wisconsin, it is legal to turn a pack of dogs loose on predators such as wolves and bears.
Digital Journal Report by Justin King - 5 comments

Bill seeks to remove federal protection for endangered species

Washington - The Endangered Species Management Self-Determination Act, currently in committee in the Senate, seeks to leave protection of endangered species up to the Governors of each state and automatically remove protections for animals after five years.
In the Media by Justin King - 6 comments

Idaho game management killing elk after killing wolves

Boise - Ranchers in Idaho are asking the state government to help eliminate some of the state's elk population. The state is halfway through the wolf season, which was said to have been introduced to stop the wolves from attacking elk.
In the Media by Justin King - 9 comments

Op-Ed: Federal judge allows wolves to be killed so hunters can take elk

Salmon - A federal judge denied conservationist efforts to stop the trapping and killing of two wolf packs in Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness in Idaho.
In the Media by Justin King - 12 comments

Dogs evolved from wolves due to human domestication

Chicago - A new genetic study of modern canines supports the theory that humans domesticated dogs from wolves, and this happened before humans began to grow crops.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 5 comments

Inside the caucus for wolf activists in Wisconsin Special

Madison - This weekend, activists hoping to protect Wisconsin’s wolves are gathering for a caucus to formulate a strategy to better defend the wolf population in the state.
Digital Journal Report by Justin King - 3 comments

Wolves have similar social skills to dogs

According to a new study, wolves can learn from humans and have some 'social skills' that are similar to dogs. This is despite wolves and dogs being separated b over 20,000 years.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Reward for information about endangered wolf killings

Six endangered red wolves have been shot in the last month in North Carolina, prompting the federal government to advertise a reward made up of contributions from conservationist organizations.
In the Media by Justin King - 4 comments

Yellowstone wolves possibly among those killed in Wyoming

Recent kills by hunters in an area bordering Yellowstone National Park have biologists and wolf-watchers worried that the Lamar Canyon Pack has again been hit by wolf hunters in the area just outside the park.
In the Media by Justin King - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Graphic viral images of dying wolves spur debate Special

Images of dead, dying, and injured wolves circulating on Facebook have caused an outcry of opposition and an increase in the number of those visibly opposing wolf hunting and trapping.
Digital Journal Report by Justin King - 24 comments

Op-Ed: A wolf hunter's perspective and the solution to the debate Special

As the controversy surrounding Montana’s wolves continues to rage, Jason Maxwell took the time to answer questions and provide a hunter’s viewpoint on the issue.
Digital Journal Report by Justin King - 5 comments

TopFinds: Introducing 'lightsaber' molecules, Montana's wolf hunt

Scientists discover how a new form of matter acts more like Jedi-esque lightsabers. Why Montana wants to hunt its wolves. The latest news about bullying-related deaths in Canada. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.
In the Media by David Silverberg

FWS blasted for attempt to remove protections from gray wolves

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is attempting to remove the protections of the Endangered Species Act from the gray wolf over the objections of conservationists and wolf experts.
In the Media by Justin King - 5 comments

New way to identify wolves by their howls

Researchers now believe that they can tell wolves apart by analyzing the pitch and volume of their vocalizations (studying the howl that the animal makes).
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

France: Wolves to be 'educated' not to kill sheep

With French farmers and environmentalists at odds over increasing numbers of wolves killing more sheep, a plan to capture and tag problem predators, 'educating' the beasts into avoidance or identifying them for quicker elimination, is up for discussion.

Russian grandmother kills attacking wolf with bare hands and axe

Perhaps preparing to do the dirty work in preparation for Little Red Riding Hood's arrival, a big, bad wolf picked the wrong grandmother to attack and paid for its mistake with its life.
In the Media by Brett Wilkins - 2 comments

Washington wolfpack to be destroyed for hunting livestock

A pack of grey wolves that roams the north east area of Washington State and in the south of British Columbia, is going to be destroyed. The pack has stopped hunting wildlife in favor of livestock and farmers want them killed.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro - 9 comments

Video: Woman's joyous reunion with her wolf friends

A video posted to YouTube shows a joyous scene of reunion between a woman and a pack of wolves she befriended at the Polar Zoo in Salangsdalen, Norway . The wolves expressed sheer delight at seeing the woman again after she had been away two months.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus

Premier League: Wolves name Connor as manager until end of season

Wolverhampton - Wolverhampton Wanderers have announced the promotion of assistant manager, Terry Connor, to replace Mick McCarthy. Having failed to find a permanent replacement, the club has opted to move Connor up until the end of the season.
In the Media by Carol Finch

Canadian plan to kill wolves may save caribou, upset ecologists

In a move that Sarah Palin might support, Canadian officials have decided to start killing wolves. It is hoped that by lowering the wolf population, caribou numbers may rebound.
In the Media by Tucker Cummings - 1 comment

Ohio authorities search for escaped exotic animals

Zanesville - Schools have been closed and residents urged to stay indoors in one Ohio community after dozens of exotic animals were released from an animal preserve by their owner, who later allegedly committed suicide.
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman - 5 comments

Wolves in France blamed for killing sheep

Paris - Hunted almost to extinction in France in the 1930s, the grey wolf then earned endangered species protection, making a remarkable comeback with some 200 wolves colonizing in the southern regions and now inflicting costly losses on the sheep industry.
In the Media by Lynn Herrmann - 6 comments

Wolves Prefer Salmon

If wolves had their preference they would rather go fishing than spend time hunting. A new study shows that salmon is a wolf's food of choice.
In the Media by Bob Ewing - 12 comments

New York Studies Wolves' Relationship with Local Deer

Researchers are keen to know the activities of wolves in Steuben County. New York's Steuben County is a popular area for deer hunting and there are plenty of deer to tempt a wolf's appetite. But how do the feral creatures affect the deer population?
In the Media by Debra Myers - 4 comments

Wolves Enable Aspen Trees to Return to Yellowstone Park

A new study produced by forest researchers shows that the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone National Park has had a positive impact on the Park's ecosystems. The aspen tree has made a comeback, for example.
In the Media by Bob Ewing - 11 comments

Shaun Ellis the Wolf Brother

[i]Believing that living alongside wolves is the best way to understand them, Ellis immerses himself in wolf society. He lives and behaves like them—howling, licking and snarling—even eating and playing like the wolves.
In the Media by Samantha A. Torrence - 5 comments

Korean scientist claims to have cloned 2 wolves

A Korean scientists claims to have cloned 2 wolves.
In the Media by Brandigal (Donna) - 6 comments

No more Federal Protection For the wolves

Gray Wolves in Minn,Wisc,mich were removed from the federal protection law under the endangered species act.There are 4000 wolves total in the Three States.
In the Media by lilwolf1101
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In this final shot of the wolf  he s picked the carcass clean.
In this final shot of the wolf, he's picked the carcass clean.
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Wolves. Interpretive Centre Wasagaming Riding Mountain National Park
Wolves. Interpretive Centre Wasagaming Riding Mountain National Park
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An Arctic wolf.
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An Arctic wolf.
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He snatches another bone and hauls ass again.
He snatches another bone and hauls ass again.
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Chaco  before he was killed by Florida Fish and Wildlife officers.
Seacrest Wolf Preserve
Chaco, before he was killed by Florida Fish and Wildlife officers.
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Back again  the wolf appears to realize after snatching and making off with two bones  nothing is th...
Back again, the wolf appears to realize after snatching and making off with two bones, nothing is there to harm him. He settles in for awhile.
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Acting as if he senses the camera  he snatches an elk bone and beats a hasty retreat.
Acting as if he senses the camera, he snatches an elk bone and beats a hasty retreat.
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Chaco s puppy.
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Chaco's puppy.
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A mass of fur from the juvenile elk littered the pasture.
A mass of fur from the juvenile elk littered the pasture.
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In France  a proposed National Wolf Plan aims to frighten hungry wolves away from sheep farms  back ...
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In France, a proposed National Wolf Plan aims to frighten hungry wolves away from sheep farms, back into remote countrysides to hunt, kill and chow down on deer, boars and rabbits.
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A gray wolf in Yellowstone National Park. Gray wolves are one of the world s most widely distributed...
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A gray wolf in Yellowstone National Park. Gray wolves are one of the world's most widely distributed mammals and the most studied large carnivore.
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The wolf enters cautiously.
The wolf enters cautiously.
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A Montana wolf biologist told us he believes this wolf to be part of the Apgar Pack in Glacier Natio...
A Montana wolf biologist told us he believes this wolf to be part of the Apgar Pack in Glacier National Park.
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