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Category: wolves


NatGeo revisits Yellowstone wolves

Those interested in gray wolves in the western U.S. will enjoy a new program on National Geographic’s Wild channel. The Expedition Wild episode “Inside the Wolf Pack” offers a look […]

Western wolves mean water

Restoring wolves to Yellowstone National Park has brought an unexpected benefit — wetlands. When wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone in 1995, naturalists hoped to get more wolves. And they did. […]

Great news for wolves

I just received an email from Defenders of Wildlife, although I am not a member. It states, in part: As a result of a lawsuit brought in federal court by […]

Collar? I dint see no stinkin’ collar

I found this post lurking among my drafts. It was originally written April 24. I don’t know why I didn’t publish it then: The Anchorage Daily News reported last month that […]

Discovery dances with the devil

Discovery Communications, parent company of the Discovery Channel and TLC, has announced a new program, “Sarah Palin’s Alaska.” Yes, that Sarah Palin. What a huge disappointment. I love this company’s […]

Wolf paranoia escalates in Idaho

What is it with Idaho and wolves, anyway? Their wildlife officials shoot them from the air. Their corporations sponsor hunting derbies to see who can kill the most. And now […]

Killing them because they’re there

It’s not enough that Idaho and Montana seem hellbent on killing all the wolves within their borders before a lawsuit (now in progress) can get them back on the endangered […]

Idaho killing wolves from choppers

Sounds like the hunters out west are determined to eradicate all the wolves, by any means available, before they can be relisted as endangered. A Defenders of Wildlife mailing today […]