May 22, 2015
Isle Royale study could soon be gone with the wolves

May 22, 2015
Tolerance of wolves in Wisconsin continues to decline

May 21, 2015
State hires conflict specialist to deal with wolf issues

May 21, 2015
Wandering wolf leaves Malheur County for Grant County

May 21, 2015
Russia: Meet Taimyr Wolf, Grandpa of the Dogs and Wolves

May 21, 2015
Ancient Wolf DNA Could Solve Dog Origin Mystery

May 20, 2015
Famous gray wolf in Oregon may have more puppies

May 19, 2015
TV presenter calls for reintroduction of wolves to Scotland

May 18, 2015
Ted Turner Ranch in New Mexico Caught in Wolf Debate

May 16, 2015
Feds plan NM release of wolf pups bred in captivity

May 15, 2015
Return of the Wolf – Western Washington 

May 14, 2015
Why 'Success' Of 1 Female Mexican Gray Wolf Creates Problems For The Entire Species

MAY 14, 2015
Isle Royale wolf population down to 3, National Park Service considers next steps

May 14, 2015
Fish and Game commissioner closes wolf hunt early near Denali Park

May 13, 2015
Prowling wolf reaches outskirts of Munich

MAY 13, 2015
Happy Birthday to the oldest Mexican Gray Wolf!

May 12, 2015

Game board unfairly takes aim at gray wolf protector

May 12, 2015

Midwest Wolf Stewards Conference discuss wolf management

May 11, 2015

Endangered Facts: Sen. Inhofe's Attack on the Endangered Species Act

May 11 – 2015

Alaska's Wolves Face Hunter-Driven Decline, Admits Park Officials

May 10, 2015

Pair of Mexican wolves released in Arizona

May 8, 2015

Game & Fish denies Ted Turner ranch new wolf permit

Move is likely to hurt Mexican gray wolf recovery program in NM

May 8, 2015

Controversy After 2 Denali Wolves Shot

May 6, 2015

Wolves in Lewis County? WDFW Official Talks Sightings

May 5, 2015

Mexican gray wolf pair released in Arizona

May 4, 2015

Newhouse pushes to remove gray wolf from endangered species list

May 4, 2015

Wolf’s arrival in Malheur County concerns ranchers

May 2, 2015

When Have Wolves Made A 'Recovery?' It Depends On Your Definition

May 1, 2015

Wyoming US Rep., others urge end to wolf protections while some warn of political meddling

May 1, 2015

Breeding wolf pair released


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The ESA was passed in 1973 because Americans believed that protecting our wildlife was an obligation to future generations, our nation’s environmental health, our fellow creatures, and the heart of the American way of life. 

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