Entries by Carissa Winter

Additional free online educational programming offered by the International Wolf Center

Free WolfLink programs, webinars, storytimes and reading resources are part of the efforts undertaken by the Center, which will remain closed through April Contact: Chad Richardson, Communications Director Email: chad@wolf.org Phone: 763-233-7138 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Additional free educational programming about wolves is being offered by the International Wolf Center. These programs come as more […]

International Wolf Center in Ely, Minnesota, will close through at least the weekend of April 5; free online programming planned

CONTACT: Chad Richardson Communications Director chad@wolf.org Cell: 651-214-4989 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – In compliance with the executive order of Governor Walz, the International Wolf Center in Ely, Minnesota is now closed to the public through at least the weekend of April 5 to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. As it makes this […]

Internationally renowned wolf, lion and tiger researcher from India to present public program in St. Paul on March 17

Event featuring Dr. Yadvendradev Jhala is hosted by the International Wolf Center   Contact: Chad Richardson, communications director International Wolf Center Office: 763-233-7132 Cell: 651-214-4989 chad@wolf.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MINNEAPOLIS, MN – One of the world’s leading experts on Asiatic lions, wolves and tigers in India will present a public program on Tuesday, March 17, […]

The Lonely End to One Gray Wolf’s 8,700-Mile Search for a Mate

From nytimes.com Wildlife officials are investigating the death of OR-54, a female wolf whose carcass was found in Northern California. It had been weeks since biologists at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife were able to track the gray wolf’s movements. She had been crisscrossing Northern California for nearly two years, after she separated […]

WMAT veteran takes on new role with wolf team

From wmicentral.com WHITE MOUNTAINS — A staffer with White Mountain Apache Tribe Game & Fish was part of a helicopter team during the recent wolf count. Wolf technician Joseph Perez acted as a successful gunner, darting his first wolf from the chopper in only two shots. Perez is a veteran of the US Army Airborne […]

Wolf chopper crew are not just punching the clock

From wmicentral.com/ Fuller is a wolf biologist with Arizona Game & Fish, part of the Mexican Wolf Interagency Field Team. When the annual wolf count is held in January, one of the tasks she takes on is “helicopter mugger,” the person who helps locate, count and capture wolves from a chopper. Click here for full […]

Wolf depredation payments are approved

From mycolumbiabasin.com PENDLETON, Oregon – The Umatilla County Board of Commissioners has approved distributing $53,114.57 to livestock producers and agricultural research organizations in the county for wolf depredation. Chairman John Shafer said the funding is not just for the damage done by attacking wolves. Click here for full article.

Tlicho, N.W.T. governments submit joint wolf management plan to support caribou recovery

From ca.news.yahoo.com A joint management plan aimed at reducing the wolf population on the winter ranges of the dwindling Bluenose-East and Bathurst caribou herds includes increased incentives for hunters. The five-year proposed plan, submitted by the Tlicho Government and the Government of the Northwest Territories Friday to the Wek’èezhìı Renewable Resources Board, aims to take […]