SUNDAY, AUGUST 30, 2015
tortoiseHOW YOU CAN HELP RESCUE WOLVES, TUCANS, AND OTHER WILDLIFE – AND ALSO SEE THE WORLD
Thank you Los Angeles Times for being aware that the public wants to start doing more to make a difference. And if you aren’t able to travel to these wonderful places to help, take a look in your own backyard. There are many places right where you live that need a helping hand – and you’ll feel fantastic in making a difference. Read more…
 
SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 2015
Shasta-wolf-pups-jpgCALIFORNIA: EXPERTS SAY WOLVES UNLIKELY TO RETURN TO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
“It isn’t realistic,” Traverso said. “Southern California is a historic habitat for wolves, but a number of freeways and developments have popped up in the last century. It would be long journey with a lot of hurdles because there are no natural wildlife corridors that would get them straight there.” Read more…
   
 
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 2015
CALIFORNIA: DID GLACIERS LURE WOLVES BACK TO CALIFORNIA?
More than 90 years after California’s last wolf was killed, a pack has been observed near Mt. Shasta. Are the mountain’s glaciers a reason the wolves chose this location? Read more…
   
3050371-inline-i-18-document-name-this-art-campaign-is-rebranding-the-big-badTHE BIG BAD WOLF GETS A REBRANDING
A new art campaign seeks to rebrand the Big Bad Wolf as a misunderstood hero, in an attempt to help build support for an endangered species that doesn’t get a lot of love. Read more…      
MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 2015
Shasta-wolf-pups-jpgCALIFORNIA: CALIFORNIA HAS ITS FIRST WOLF PACK AFTER NEARLY A CENTURY
Wolf advocates are celebrating big news with the confirmation that California has become home to its first official pack for the first time in almost 100 years. Read more...         images
WYOMING: YELLOWSTONE WOLF UPDATE: AUGUST 2015

Kathie Lynch gives a wonderfully detailed update on how the packs of Yellowstone are doing in The Wildlife News ! Read more… 

     
THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 2015
three_wolves_left_on_Isle_RoyaleMICHIGAN: WHAT SHOULD BE DONE ABOUT ISLE ROYALE’S WOLVES AND MOOSE?
There are just three wolves left on Isle Royale in Lake Superior. And researchers estimate there are 1,250 moose. The National Park Service is deciding whether or not to step in. The park service is in the early stages of creating a management plan for the wolves and moose on the island. There are six different concepts the NPS has laid out for Isle Royale. Read more…  
MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 2015
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BANFF, CANADA: TWO WOLVES KILL A DEER IN THE MIDDLE OF DOWNTOWN BANFF
Two wolves have chased and killed a deer in the middle of the Banff townsite, prompting Parks Canada to remind residents and visitors to take appropriate precautions throughout the year. Read more…    
SwedenOLMHULT, SWEDEN: WOLVES, RESURGENT AND PROTECTED, VEX SWEDISH FARMERS

Long after dying out here, the wolf is back — and its presence is provoking a bitter dispute, bringing with it the threat of legal action against Sweden from the European Union. Read more…

   
90353_webHUMANE SOCIETY URGES RESTOCKING ISLE ROYALE WOLVES
Humane Society of the United States President Wayne Pacelle passed through Houghton Thursday after a three-day trip to Isle Royale National Park, and he brought along a clear vision of how he’d like to see the Park Service deal with the diminishing wolf population on the island. Read more…