The Wolf Intelligencer

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

Saskatchewan

Northwest Territories / Nunavut / Yukon / British Columbia / Alberta / Saskatchewan / Manitoba / Ontario / Quebec / Labrador & Newfoundland / Nova Scotia

Wolves in National Parks and Protected Areas in Saskatchewan
Prince Albert National Park
Athabasca Sand Dunes Provincial Park
Duck Mountain Provincial Park
Greenwater Lake Provincial Park
Meadow Lake Provincial Park
Moose Mountain Provincial Park
Wildcat Hill Provincial Park

Gray Wolf (Canis lupus)
Northwestern Gray Wolf (Canis lupus occidentalis)
Great Lakes Boreal Wolf  (Canis lupus x Canis lycaon)
Eastern Timber Wolf (Canis lycaon or Canis lupus lycaon)

Population Statistics [Approximate 4,000]

Legal Status; Game species throughout.

Resources
Government of Saskatchewan Wildlife Conservation
Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment

Organizations
Nature Conservancy Canada
Saskatchewan Boreal Wolf Project

Saskatchewan / Canadian News Resources & Publications
INK Online (Regina, Saskatchewan)
CBC News (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Global News (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan)
Global News (Regina, Saskatchewan)
Saskatoon Star Phoenix (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan)
Yorkton This Week (Yorkton, Saskatchewan)
PA NOW Saskatchewan

LATEST SASKATCHEWAN NEWS
LATEST CANADIAN NEWS

Journal Articles

When the protection of a threatened species depends on the economy of a foreign nation. Fortin D, McLoughlin PD, Hebblewhite M. Plos one. 2020 Mar

Chronic stress and body condition of wolf-killed prey in Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan. Shave JR, Derocher AE, Cherry SG, Thiemann GW. Conservation physiology. 2019 Jul

Dietary ecology of Alaskan gray wolves: variation in seasonal foraging strategies in a salmon subsidized ecosystem. Stanek, A.E., 2014.

The Ilnik wolf Canis lupus pack: use of marine mammals and offshore sea ice. Watts DE, Butler LG, Dale BW, Cox RD. Wildlife Biology. 2010 Jun

Intrapopulation variation in gray wolf isotope (δ 15 N and δ 13 C) profiles: implications for the ecology of individuals. Urton EJ, Hobson KA. Oecologia. 2005 Sep

Population genetics, foraging ecology, and trophic relationships of grey wolves in central Saskatchewan (Doctoral dissertation). Urton, E.J.M., 2004.

Messier F. Dynamics of woodland caribou populations at the southern limit of their range in Saskatchewan. Rettie WJ, Canadian Journal of Zoology. 1998 Feb

Status of woodland caribou in Saskatchewan. Rettie J, Rock T, Messier F. Rangifer. 1998 Mar

Traumatic, degenerative, and developmental lesions in wolves and coyotes from Saskatchewan. Wobeser G. Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 1992 Apr

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