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How to live with large predators – lessons from Spanish wolf country

From theconversation.com: The wolf is a generalist that can hunt both wild and domestic prey. This flexibility, together with stricter conservation laws and better habitat conditions, has allowed their populations and those of other European carnivores (bears, lynx and wolverines) to rebound and reclaim old territories across the continent. Click here for the full story.

Senators urge emergency protections for wolves in US West

From Star Tribune: BILLINGS, Mont. — A group of Democratic lawmakers on Thursday urged the Biden administration to enact emergency protections for gray wolves in the U.S. West in response to Republican-backed state laws that make it easier to kill the predators. Twenty-one U.S. senators led by New Jersey’s Cory Booker and Michigan’s Gary Peters […]

Indigenous activists seek high-level help for gray wolf push

From EEnews.net: Rain, a filmmaker and executive director of the Global Indigenous Council, told E&E News that he and five other activists have been advised they can expect a “minimum” of 60 minutes in their Interior meeting on Friday morning. “We must not let state, provincial, and federal governments continue to define issues as ‘environmental’ […]

Farewell to Denali, an ambassador wolf at the International Wolf Center

13-year-old gray wolf euthanized Saturday night after his condition deteriorated quickly Contact: Chad Richardson, Communications Director Office: 763-233-7132 chad@wolf.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Denali, an ambassador wolf at the International Wolf Center in Ely, Minnesota, was euthanized at approximately 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 4. The 13-year-old gray wolf was born in 2008 at the Wildlife Science […]

Montana wolf proposals draw thousands of comments

From helenair.com he majority of public comments submitted in response to proposed changes to Montana wolf hunting and trapping regulations opposed killing wolves, although those from Montanans were more evenly split. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks reported roughly 25,000 public comments were submitted ahead of next week’s Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission meeting. About 19,000 comments were […]