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Living with Wolves
A nonprofit organization dedicated to raising broad public awareness of the truth about wolves, their social nature, and their importance to healthy ecosystems.
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Living with Wolves 2h
Happy Thanksgiving to our American pack members! Just like humans, wolves tend to live in family groups. A wolf pack is an exceedingly complex social unit—an extended family of parents, offspring, siblings, aunts, uncles, and sometimes dispersers from other packs.
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Living with Wolves Nov 17
USFWS is sued again over decline of red wolves in North Carolina. The lawsuit calls for the agency to introduce captive wolves into the wild, including breeding pairs that could have litters, improving the numbers and genetic health of the population.
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Living with Wolves Nov 13
New research conducted by the has demonstrated how wolves are intimately connected to wetland creation in boreal ecosystems.
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Living with Wolves Nov 10
The decision by the federal government to delist gray wolves across most of the U.S. means state wildlife officials will now manage wolves. Because of this move, Wisconsin wildlife officials must reinstate a wolf hunt based on a state law.
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National Geographic Magazine Nov 8
Voters in the state narrowly approved a ballot initiative, paving the way for gray wolves to be reintroduced into Colorado, where they were hunted to extinction by the 1940s.
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Living with Wolves Nov 5
The voters have spoken! According to the Colorado Sun, Proposition 114 was decided Thursday, when opponents of the measure conceded the race on Thursday.
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Vote YES on 114 - #RestoreTheHowl Nov 1
By restoring wolves to Colorado in a managed way, we can benefit wolves and people.
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Living with Wolves Nov 3
The Colorado wolf reintroduction effort could fill a significant gap in the species’ historical range. This all comes after the USFWS lifted protections for wolves across most of the U.S. Please vote for the protection and recovery of wolves in mind.
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Endangered Species Coalition Nov 2
"There is no biologically sound reason to lessen or remove protections for wolves.” Garrick Dutcher, Research and Program Director for
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Earthjustice Oct 29
. decries decision to delist gray wolves from the Endangered Species Act. Neither supported by science nor the public, this action puts vulnerable wolf populations, essential to their ecosystems, at further risk of extinction.
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Living with Wolves Oct 29
BREAKING: has officially stripped gray wolves of their federal protections in the Lower 48 states. Wolves have not rebounded in enough areas to be declared “recovered.” Losing protections would doom any chances of spreading to their historic range.
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Living with Wolves Oct 29
Replying to @ChelseaClinton
Devastating news. Wolves have not rebounded in enough areas to be declared an officially “recovered'' species. Dropping protections across the Lower 48 would doom any chances of their spreading to other states where they could thrive if allowed to.
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Living with Wolves Oct 29
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will announce a new rule to remove federal Endangered Species Act protections for gray wolves across the Lower 48 states. Wolves have not rebounded in enough areas to be declared an officially “recovered'' species.
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Living with Wolves Oct 13
would direct Colorado Parks and Wildlife to reintroduce gray wolves to the Western Slope by the end of 2023. Learn more about this 2020 ballot initiative with this informative Colorado Public Radio article:
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Living with Wolves Oct 5
Wolves succeed in the hunt just 14% of the time. On average, fewer than one out of seven hunts results in a kill and a meal for the pack. It is not uncommon for wolves to suffer injuries, sometimes fatal, during the hunt. Learn more:
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Living with Wolves Sep 28
A background on Proposition 114, the effort to reintroduce wolves in Colorado. The question on Colorado’s November ballot marks the first time that voters, not the federal government, would direct a state to script a recovery plan for wolves.
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Living with Wolves Sep 3
6,000 wolves is not a sufficient population to warrant delisting from the Endangered Species Act. Compare the wolf population to that of 20,000- 40,000 pumas & about 375,000 black bears in the contiguous states. Does this sound “recovered” to you?
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Living with Wolves Aug 19
Did you know lethal traps can be set 10 feet from your favorite trails? Locals and tourists alike flock to Idaho’s outdoor recreation areas throughout the year, many with their dogs. Find out the truth about traps and trails with our new blog post.
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Living with Wolves Aug 12
Although traps are set to target a particular animal, any unsuspecting animal may be caught. In Idaho alone, the Department of Fish and Game records indicate that nearly half of the time, Idaho wolf trappers catch an animal other than a wolf.
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Living with Wolves Aug 10
National Geographic's Living with Wolves photographic exhibit will be on display until Wednesday August 12th at Western Colorado University’s Center for Public Lands. For more information please visit:
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