Missing

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

Letter to the Editor: Regulations needed to aide gray wolves recovery in California.

   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.