Featured: Working with Ranchers to Protect Livestock and Wolves
Defenders' Suzanne Stone and Roger Olson of the Wood River Project in Idaho demonstrate the proven, nonlethal techniques being used to successfully prevent wolf-livestock conflicts.
Keeping Wolves out of Harm's Way
Defenders of Wildlife is working on the ground with ranchers, biologists and federal land managers to save the lives of wolves. These non-lethal methods are keeping wolves away from livestock and out of harm's way.
Living with Wolves in the Northwest
Aaron Kunz spent some time with ranchers and wolf advocates to discuss how the message is changing in the Northwest. Among those who are represented, a sheep rancher who knows first hand the problems wolves cause to livestock.
Defenders Publications (PDF)
- Ganado y Lobos: Guía de Método y Herramientas No Letales Para Reducir Conflictos
- Livestock and Wolves: A Guide to Nonlethal Tools and Methods to Reduce Conflicts
- Coexistence Tools & Techniques
- Coexistence in Action
- Coexisting with Wolves in Idaho's Wood River Valley
- Coexisting with Florida Panthers
- Coexisting with Mexican Gray Wolves and Jaguars
- Coexisting with Grizzly Bears
- Coexisting with Polar Bears
- Wolf Coexistence Partnership Factsheet
- Build a Predator Resistant Enclosure