The Wolf Intelligencer

"When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe." John Muir

Northern United States

Montana / Idaho / Wyoming / Utah / Colorado

Yellowstone National Park
Glacier National Park
Nez Perce National Historical Park
Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge
Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge
Lost Trail National Wildlife Refuge
Nez Perce National Forest
Clearwater National Forest
Idaho Panhandle National Forests (Kaniksu National Forest, Coeur d’Alene National Forest, St. Joe National Forest)
Frank Church—River of No Return Wilderness Area
Dworshak State Park

Journal Articles and Publications

Towards Human–Wildlife Coexistence through the Integration of Human and Natural Systems The Case of Grey Wolves in the Rocky Mountains, USA.. CARTER NH, BRUSKOTTER JT, VUCETICH J, CRABTREE R, JAICKS H, KARNS G, NELSON MP, SMITH D, LINNELL JD. Turning Conflict into Coexistence. 2019 Apr

The recovery of the Gray Wolf Population of the Northern Rocky Mountains in the states of Montana, Idaho and Wyoming (including Utah) has been under the direction of the U S Fish and Wildlife Service which listed the Gray Wolf as Endangered in 1978. (Exact Timeline)
USFWS – “Long-term, the Service expects the entire NRM population to maintain a long-term average of around 1,000 wolves. These wolves represent a 400-mile southern range extension of a vast contiguous wolf population that numbers over 12,000 wolves in western Canada and about 65,000 wolves across all of Canada and Alaska.”




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