From KBZK.com in Bozeman, Montana:

The black wolves of Yellowstone are a striking icon that draws many wildlife watchers to the world’s first national park.

But scientists say historically, wolves did not have black coats. Cutting edge science is now revealing the secret behind the origin of the black wolf.

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From the Duluth News Tribune in Minnesota:

The caribou of the Lake Superior region, which once numbered in the thousands across a wide swath of three states and Ontario, are surviving on just two islands and a small herd on the mainland as their future continues to be uncertain.

After a dramatic airlift operation in 2018, an estimated 23 caribou seem to be doing well on Ontario’s Slate Islands on Lake Superior, with maybe 10 on Caribou Island on the big lake. About 20 survive on the North Shore mainland east of Marathon, Ontario.

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From The Daily Chronicle in Lewis County, Washington:

Wolves, cougars and other large predators are killing smaller carnivores, potentially controlling notoriously fecund species like coyotes.

Those were some of the findings of a University of Washington study published earlier this month in the journal Ecology Letters. The study synthesized data from 256 other studies looking at predation between carnivores, scavenging and resource availability.

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From KXAN36news.com:

The wolves, Noëlla, and August is already around for a while in the province of Limburg, but it could also be a new, wild wolves have been seen in the province of Antwerp, Belgium. The desk Welkomwolf.be on Monday, several sightings of the wolves, has been investigating the wolf and the tracks of the animals that receive it, based in Rijkevorsel, Mol and Lille.

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From the Idaho County Free Press:

During their meeting in Boise on Jan. 23, the Idaho Fish and Game Commission voted to increase the maximum number of wolf tags an individual can purchase to 15 hunting tags and 15 trapping tags for the 2020-21 season.

The changes to the allowable tag numbers for wolves applies statewide, simplifying the wolf hunting and trapping seasons and rules. 

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From thefirstnews.com:

New research conducted by the Warsaw University maps the DNA of the Polish wolf population and presents their dynamic expansion west.

After seven years of work and analysis of over 2,300 samples of wolf excrement, urine, and fur and tissue fragments from dead wolves, the scientists can not only distinguish three main groups within the species, but also where they migrate.

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From TheGuardian.com:

When Doug Paton burst from his trailer on a warm spring afternoon, he expected to confront yet another stray dog agitating the livestock on his sister’s farm outside Victoria, a city on Canada’s west coast. Instead, standing barefoot in the grass, he found himself face to face with a wolf.

“It stopped dead in its tracks and it stared me down,” he says. Then, as quickly as it appeared, the wolf trotted away, pausing once to stare back at Paton before clearing a five-foot metal gate and vanishing.

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From cphpost.dk in Denmark:

A young wolf was found on Tuesday by a farmer on Dyvelsrekkevej, 10 km outside Grindsted in the Region of Southern Denmark, TV2 reports.

On the hunt?
A farmworker, Luca Andrei, filmed the wolf when it came close to him at a cow stable.

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From Forbes.com:

Most of us are all stuck at home with cabin fever, dreaming of the day when social distancing is a thing of the past and we’re free to return to our favorite parks, take the kids to a zoo, and reschedule that cancelled vacation. In the meanwhile, we’re lucky to live in an era when we can instantly be transported to a totally different landscape via the internet. If you’re craving a glimpse at eagles in the wild, gray whales making their spring migration, or seals basking in the sun, these wildlife cams let you do just that from the comfort of your couch.

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From Dailystar.co.uk:

Incredible footage has emerged of a fearless wolverine fighting against two wolves in the icy Russian tundra.

At the beginning of the clip, one wild wolf rests on a snowy slope while its pal patrols around the area on the top.

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