Three Wolves Added to Isle Royale Population…

The Isle Royale fall wolf translocation project concluded on September 13 after successfully moving three wolves from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to the park. The new wolves, two males and one female, bolstered the total island wolf population to 17, which now includes nine males and eight females, according to Isle Royale National Park Service Press … Continue reading Three Wolves Added to Isle Royale Population…

In the News – U.S. National Park Service will be introducing 20 to 30 wolves to Isle Royale by next year…

Isle Royale is a remote wilderness island, isolated by the frigid waters of Lake Superior, and home to populations of wolves and moose. As predator and prey, their lives and deaths are linked in a drama that is timeless and historic. Their lives are historic because we have been documenting their lives for more than … Continue reading In the News – U.S. National Park Service will be introducing 20 to 30 wolves to Isle Royale by next year…

News about Isle Royal Wolves: The “genetic depression” afflicting the island’s wolves has been a topic of scientific and policy discussions for a long time…

 Sources: Now, Isle Royale research can shift to all that's being lost with the wolves by Ron Medor April 21, 2016 The 2016 annual report on the Isle Royale wolf/moose study, published Monday, won’t be the last from this legendary research project, Rolf Peterson was saying.   Three years of funding remains on the project’s major grant, … Continue reading News about Isle Royal Wolves: The “genetic depression” afflicting the island’s wolves has been a topic of scientific and policy discussions for a long time…