Wolf Reintroduction in Colorado

Wolves are such a political animal. People will go to great lengths to insure they don’t exist near them, let alone thrive. Recently a senior Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) manager was removed from duty for trying to sabotage the state’s plans to reintroduce wolves. CPW Northwest Region Manager JT Romatzke a 23 veteran of …

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Moose eating salt on a snowy road.

Gray Wolves Ecosystem -Unexpected benefit

Sometimes when an Apex predator is re-established in an area, there is an unintended positive consequence. A recent study found one such consequence when Gray Wolves moved back into the American wilderness around The Great Lakes. Read on to find out more about how the Gray Wolves’ ecosystem⸺with them on top of the food chain⸺can …

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Grey Wolf

Montana’s Wolf Population – Under Unprecedented Assault

Governor Gianforte has jeopardized 30 years of recovery for Montana’s Wolf Population; under him, wolves are under assault like never before. State hunters are even calling the new laws unethical. Gianforte, a wolf hunter himself just recently killed a Yellowstone Wolf without properly following state laws –– a wolf he is excited to mount on …

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Stop Wolf Hunting – Idaho

Idaho passed a bill recently that would reduce the wolf population by 90%. Officials estimate there are  1500 wolves in Idaho and this would reduce the population to 150. Wolves would be put back on the endangered species list if numbers drop lower than that. The bill passed in both the senate and the house …

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Oregon Coast

Wolves of Oregon-Where are They Found?

Wolves nearly disappeared from the lower 48 states in the early part of the 20th century and Oregon was no exception. Recovery efforts that started in the 1980s are slowly bringing the population back. Unlike other states, wolves were not re-introduced to Oregon, yet, they are found here today all the same. So how did …

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