Wolf Headlines; March 2016

Conservationists Challenge Federal Allowance for Wildlife Killing in Grand Teton National Park
EARTH JUSTICE March 23; 2016

State, feds pursuing better coordination after wolf kill in national preserve
ALASKA PUBLIC MEDIA March 17; 2016

State wolf control in the vicinity of Yukon Charley Rivers National Preserve has prompted agencies to pursue better cooperation. A wolf was killed by the state inside the Preserve earlier this month.

Washington wolf population continues to grow
WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE March 14; 2016

OLYMPIA – Washington state’s wolf population continued to grow last year and added at least four new packs, according to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (WDFW) annual survey. By the end of 2015, the state was home to at least 90 wolves, 18 packs, and eight breeding pairs….

Conflict Misleads Large Carnivore Management and Conservation: Brown Bears and Wolves in Spain
PLOS ONE March 14; 2016

Large carnivores inhabiting human-dominated landscapes often interact with people and their properties, leading to conflict scenarios that can mislead carnivore management and, ultimately, jeopardize conservation.

Lawsuit Challenges End to Federal Monitoring for Northern Rocky Wolves
Aggressive State-sanctioned Hunting, Trapping Should Trigger
Ongoing Federal Oversight of Idaho, Montana Wolves
CENTER FOR BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY March 9; 2016

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