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The Rocky Mountains and Great Plains provide the last best wildlife habitat in the lower 48 for many species.
This week in wolf news: A blow to research and tourism; Advice for dog owners during trapping season; Mixing it up.
With a deep respect for the species' cultural and ecological value, Native American tribes across the West have been instrumental in helping to restore wolves to their historic range.
This week in wolf news: Reprieve for red wolves; Shepherds of Peace; More Woes for Wildlife Services.
This week in wolf news: Wyoming wolf decision goes to court; Yellowstone wolves no longer safe; Wyoming-ites split on wolves; Fresh air.
In Montana's Flathead River Valley, we're working with a partner as bent on preserving the region's wildlife as we are: the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes.
After impatiently enduring the mandatory 60-day waiting period, Defenders is finally able to go to court on behalf of Wyoming's wolves.
This week in wolf news: Keeping the Public Uninformed; Keeping elk in check; On the hunt; Idaho trapping begins.
This week in wolf news: Skinny cows, fat chance; Wildlife Services Agent Gone Wild; A proper context for livestock losses; Kenai wolves NOT killing moose.
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