Amaroq Weiss is the Senior West Coast Wolf Advocate, with the Center for Biological Diversity. Lassen pack pup from 2017 litter. Trailcam photo taken June 30, 2017. Photo credit: California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Stories of People & Wolves Talk Show will interview Amaroq Weiss; Senior West Coast Wolf Advocate, with the Center for … Continue reading We are pleased to announce Amaroq Weiss will be appearing on Stories of People & Wolves Talk Show on Wednesday June 24, 2020
The Shasta Pack California’s seven gray wolves are missing, according to reports by the San Francisco Chronicle. California Department of Fish and Wildlife biologist Pete Figura said the wolves, known as the Shasta Pack, could have migrated to a new region with more prey, but that it was unusual for the pack hunters to abandon … Continue reading Missing
Taking place on Monday October 10, 2016 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm EST at Malibu Wines, 31740 Mulholland Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265 Register Today click HERE Join Director of "Medicine of the Wolf" Julia Huffman and Co-founders of Apex Protection Project, Paula Ficara and Steve Wastell along with the Apex Ambassador Pack, Taboo, Kona, Thor … Continue reading Wine and Wolves in Malibu – Apex Protection Project and “Medicine of The Wolf” Screening and fundraiser
Answer the call of the wild without trekking into the woods as NerdMelt presents Art for Wolves. This exhibition features wolf-inspired works from Mike Judge, Martin Starr, Amanda Crew, Thank You X, David Flury, Rony Alwin and more. Proceeds benefit Wolf Connection, an youth empowerment program and a wolfdog rescue center and sanctuary. 7522 … Continue reading Art for Wolves exhibit at the NerdMelt Showroom in Hollywood Friday April 29, 2016 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Source: San Francisco Chronicle - Science Mendocino County dumps federal killings of livestock predators By Peter Fimrite April 26, 2016 Wildlife advocates scored a major victory Tuesday when Mendocino County agreed to terminate its contract with the federal agency that helps ranchers kill predators such as mountain lions and coyotes that feast on livestock. Photo: Brian L. … Continue reading Mendocino county California makes the decision to sever ties with USDA in favor of nonlethal methods of carnivore control.
The California Fish and Wildlife Commission is considering new regulations to ban nighttime hunting and lethal trapping in California’s gray wolf habitat. These regulations are an essential step in establishing a strong wolf recovery and management plan for California. Mistaken killings of returning gray wolves pose a very real threat to the Shasta pack … Continue reading Letter to the Editor: Regulations needed to aide gray wolves recovery in California.
A story of love and dedication Paula Ficara and Steve Wastell have worked with wolves and wolfdogs in the rescue industry for almost 7 years. They’ve helped rescue and rehabilitate over 50 wolves and wolfdogs, developed educational events and programs, and been active advocates for captive bred wolves and wolfdogs, as well as wolves … Continue reading You are invited to join Apex Protection Project for a benefit at Pitfire Pizza North Hollywood tomorrow from 5pm-9pm.
Dear Friend of Wildlife, Snares, lethal traps, night-hunting. These are just some of the deadly dangers that wolves face as they attempt to return to their native home of California. Project Coyote and the Center for Biological Diversity have taken swift action to protect wolves by petitioning the California Fish and Game Commission to … Continue reading Project Coyote Action Alert: Petition to the California Fish and Game Commission to ban lethal trapping and night-hunting in the wolf recovery zone.
Letter: North state residents can coexist with wolves POSTED: 02/29/16 Gray wolves are back in California, and whether you love them or hate them, it seems they are here to stay. Right now, we have the Shasta Pack up in Siskiyou County, but as OR7 showed us, these animals can range over thousands of miles. … Continue reading California News on Wolves, Letter to the Editor: North state residents can coexist with wolves
by Rick Lamplugh's Blog click HERE to go to Rick's blog For wolves and their advocates, 2015 was a year of triumph and tragedy. The year began with the glow from a great victory: wolves had been placed back under federal protection in four states where they had been slaughtered. The year ended with advocates breathing … Continue reading The State of the Wolves, 2015-2016