A state representative wants to add six new non-hunter positions to the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Board.
Two years after Wyoming wolves were re-listed on the Endangered Species Act, federal courts have concluded the population has grown enough to turn control of it over to the state government.
You probably haven’t heard about the quiet movement in Colorado, but those behind it want to bring wolves back in the worst way.
Anti-hunting groups’ attempt to pass two bills to permanently ban wolf in Minnesota comes up short when both bills expired.
The groups said threats to wolves in Idaho and Montana have increased significantly as both states revised policies to aggressively reduce wolf numbers through sport hunting and killing wolves in hard-to-reach areas.
America isn’t the only country with a wolf-hunting debate. In Sweden, there have been only three wolf hunts in 50 years while battling activists in court.
Wolves were hunted to extinction in Washington at the turn of the last century. But they started migrating into Washington from neighboring areas in the early 2000s and there are an estimated 16 wolf packs in the state.
Twenty- six biologists sent a letter to the secretary of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to remove the Great Lakes gray wolves from the endangered species act list. They site scientific studies proving the wolf populations are recovered.