Genetic Research Shows No Hybridization Between Mexican Wolves and Domestic Dogs

"This study, showing no hybridization with domestic dogs found within this population, was important because it again confirms the genetic purity of the Mexican wolf," said Rinkevich, who is often involved in the listing and delisting of endangered and threatened species in her role as an endangered-species biologist. "That genetic information is important to conservation … Continue reading Genetic Research Shows No Hybridization Between Mexican Wolves and Domestic Dogs

“Keep The Wild” 2017 Commemorative Poster Design is Finished

A Wisconsin Premiere of “Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest”  In celebration of Wisconsin Wolf Awareness Week,  Announces our "Keep The Wild" Commemorative Poster is finished, designed by the talented artist Ned Gannon http://www.nedgannon.com and will be available only at the screening - Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. In Madison at the Barrymore … Continue reading “Keep The Wild” 2017 Commemorative Poster Design is Finished

In celebration of Wisconsin Wolf Awareness Week: A Wisconsin Premiere of “Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest” screens in Madison 

Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.  The Humane Society of the United States, Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin, Foxlights International PTY LTD, Wolf Education & Research Center, and Plan B Foundation present - WORT 89.9 FM welcomes- The Wisconsin Premiere of the award winning documentary film "Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest" Produced by … Continue reading In celebration of Wisconsin Wolf Awareness Week: A Wisconsin Premiere of “Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest” screens in Madison 

“Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest” documentary film will be screened during Wisconsin’s Wolf Awareness Week

Madison wolf advocates get ready for the Wisconsin Premiere of Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest. Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin will be the principle organizer & one of the sponsors for this Wisconsin Premiere Screening being held at the historic Barrymore Theatre in Madison, Wisconsin. Exact date to be announced soon.  Watch the following trailer: https://vimeo.com/215501216Continue reading “Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest” documentary film will be screened during Wisconsin’s Wolf Awareness Week

A preview of “Stories of Wolves” a film about the recovery efforts of the Mexican Gray wolf

“Stories of Wolves” by Filmmaker Elke Duerr is about the recovery efforts for our Mexican Gray Wolves, our most endangered land mammal in all of North America, our evolution of consciousness towards wild animals and our human-wild animal relationship. There only remain less than 100 wolves in the wild in Arizona and New Mexico.  Stories … Continue reading A preview of “Stories of Wolves” a film about the recovery efforts of the Mexican Gray wolf

Letter to the editor: Stop playing politics with the Mexican gray wolf

Source: Santa Fe New Mexican By Melinda Kirkwood I am writing in response to the article published on the front page of your newspaper (“Wolf pups released into N.M. wilderness,” April 30). I have a degree in wildlife biology and work with a wide range of wild species on a daily basis as my profession. … Continue reading Letter to the editor: Stop playing politics with the Mexican gray wolf

Mexican Gray Wolf – lawsuit argued that the recovery plan is long overdue for a species that has struggled to gain a foothold in the Southwest

Source: Wildlife agency agrees to deadline for wolf plan Colorado objects to deadline By FELICIA FONSECA Associated Press Article Last Updated: Friday, April 29, 2016    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has agreed to a deadline to craft a recovery plan for the endangered Mexican gray wolf after the agency was accused … Continue reading Mexican Gray Wolf – lawsuit argued that the recovery plan is long overdue for a species that has struggled to gain a foothold in the Southwest

Bridging the gap between opponents and supporters to create a tolerance for the Mexican gray wolf and its population recovery.

Applications open for livestock producers on Mexican wolf ‘pay-for-presence’ program By Ken Showers     GREENLEE COUNTY — The Mexican gray wolf is in the news once again as the Mexican Wolf/Livestock Council begins to accept applications for payments from livestock producers in 2016. Launching two years ago, the Mexican Wolf/Livestock Plan reimburses qualified applications for … Continue reading Bridging the gap between opponents and supporters to create a tolerance for the Mexican gray wolf and its population recovery.

Letter to the Editor: To understand wolves, use science

Source: Arizona Daily Sun  To the editor: “Wolves are the only animal that kill for pleasure.” A concerned sportsman presented this belief as fact at a Game and Fish hearing dealing with the reintroduction of the Mexican gray wolf. I have no idea what goes on in the mind of a wolf, or for that … Continue reading Letter to the Editor: To understand wolves, use science