Archive for wolf hunting

Wolves Are An "Economic Boon?"

HSUS is helping petition Michigan to repeal a law that has opened up wolf hunting in the state's northern most regions.

August 12, 2013

Surviving With Wolves

Wildlife managers, hunters, trappers and others are creating new frameworks to ensure there is room on the landscape for predators and prey.

February 27, 2013

Wolf Hunting: How to Call Canis Lupus

Are you anxious for wolves? Get in the wolf-hunting mindset with this compelling story from a retired Alaskan guide.

December 28, 2012

Well Whaddya Know?

Well whaddya know: Wyoming finally has been blessed with its first wolf hunt. After years of obfuscative litigation we’re finally going to have an opportunity to manage this top-tier predator. As I write this, the trophy season is starting its third day. Two wolves have been taken—one in the Sunlight Basin about 50 miles west of me and another up Pacific Creek, considerably further south. Amazingly, the world is still turning upon its axis, the Rapture and Armageddon have yet to occur, and there are still plenty of wolves living quite well within the Yellowstone ecosystem.

October 05, 2012

Missouri Canine Identified as 104-Pound Wolf

Analysis of DNA and other physical evidence helped wildlife biologists in Missouri link a 104-pound canine found in the state to the timber wolf.

April 06, 2011

Wolf Protections Lifted in Two States

Wildlife advocates have struck a deal with the Obama administration that allows gray wolves to be hunted in Montana and Idaho.

March 23, 2011

New Move to Ban Hunter Harassment

It appears that wolf controversy has spread throughout the country, but no matter where it ends up, the same two sides of the argument always surface.

April 14, 2010

Who’s Crying Wolf?

As the debate about wolf hunting swells out West, the author says the future of responsible wolf management remains far from certain.

March 16, 2010

Elk Foundation Issues Letter on Wolf Groups

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is calling out groups for their disingenuous use of data on wolves and elk.

March 01, 2010