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Introducing Wolf Education International

Founding members of Wolf Education International (WEI) are preparing for the global introduction of their organization. Co-founder, Will N. Graves, author and researcher of wolves and wolf-related diseases, summed up the purpose of what he envisioned for WEI when he said, "To get the truth out about wolves." As the development continues and grows, check in with us to see what's new. Please feel free to sign up for daily email notifications so you are never left out of the truth about wolves. … Discover More

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Wolf News From Around the World

House Overturns Obama-Era Law to Protect Alaskan Bears and Wolves

Hunters could once again go after bears, wolves and other predators in national wildlife refuges across Alaska if an Obama-era federal law is overturned by Congress and gets the president's approval. Supporters of repealing the rule, which was issued by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in … [Read More...]

Congress Says You Should Be Able To Kill Bears And Wolves From Airplanes In Alaska

WASHINGTON — On Wednesday, Congress took its first step toward repealing a ban on shooting wolves and bears from airplanes, along with other hunting activities that were halted by the Obama administration, across large wildlife refuges in Alaska. The House of Representatives voted 225 to193, … [Read More...]

Study of wolves’ effects on other wildlife gets underway in eastern Washington

*Staff Note* - Some members of Wolf Education International are curious how the State of Washington and the University of Washington can honestly make a comparative study of how "the state's wolf population is affecting other wildlife" since the growth of wolves into northeastern regions of the … [Read More...]

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Rebuttals to Media’s Misleading Information

No Kudos From Here

By James Beers The following article from a Northern Minnesota newspaper describes a 40-year US Fish and Wildlife Service (retired) Wolf Biologist admitting that wolves in Minnesota have indeed decimated the Minnesota moose population and that, undoubtedly, any attempt to increase moose numbers … [Read More...]

Govt to Slaughter Entire Area’s Wolf Population to Protect Beef Industry

*Staff Note* - Members at WEI take issue with serious misleading headlines, such as the one above and was found to the article linked to below. The headline leads all readers to think that authorities are going to "slaughter" an "entire wolf population" to "protect the beef industry." The reality is … [Read More...]

Wolf “Sensitivity” on the Great Plains

By James Beers The above [please follow this link] was sent to me by a friend in Florida.  While he is embroiled in “dealing” with the USFWS and the State of Florida regarding Florida “Panthers”: he recognized immediately 1.what is going on in Iowa; 2. its similarities to how Florida “Panthers” … [Read More...]

Addressing Complex Issues and Correcting Errors

3 Geist, V. April 12th 2015 re: Die Zeit, No 14, 1 April 2015 Dossier pp. 11-13 Dear Dr. Willeke, April 12th 2015 Regards: Die Zeit, No 14 1 April 2015 Dossier, Stefan Willeke, Die Wölfe kommen. pp. 11-13. Please extend my thank you to Sigrid Weise for sending me the layout - pdf of … [Read More...]

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Wolf Diseases

Echinococcus Granulosus

Helminth-Cestode: Echinococcus granulosus and Echinococcus mutilocularis

Genetic diversity and phylogeography of highly zoonotic Echinococcus granulosus genotype G1 in the Americas (Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico) based on 8279 bp of mtDNA

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Echinococcus multilocularis

Helminth-Cestode: Echinococcus granulosus and Echinococcus mutilocularis

Updates on cystic echinococcosis (CE) in Italy

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Neospora Caninum

Wolves in Colville Valley worry state wildlife managers

Coping with wolves in Wisconsin: Part 1

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Letter: Will N. Graves to USFWS Wolf-Carried Diseases – October 3, 1993


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General Articles

One man can fight the federal bureaucracy!

Editor’s note:  In a departure from normal bureaucratic mumbo-jumbo, a 200-page report released this week, titled ‘Red Wolf Recovery Team Recommendations,’ contains a fascinating section. Appendix G features candid, verbatim give-and-take among opponents of the Red Wolf Program – led by Jett Ferebee … [Read More...]

The Wolf at the Door

It is not often that you see wildness erupting into a man’s life, but it happened in front of me. Sotiris Stamoulis, a shepherd who keeps his 300 breeding goats in the beautiful blond wood pasture of Mount Gerania outside Corinth in central Greece, was only 18 inches away from my face but shouting … [Read More...]

Uneasy Neighbors – Wolves and People

As many as a million wolves once ranged over almost all of North America north of Mexico City. By 1930, they were essentially gone from the Lower 48 due to trapping, poisoning and bounty hunting. With human help, the wolf population in the US has rebounded to at least 5,500 wolves in the lower 48; … [Read More...]

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Impact by Wolves on Humans in Settled Landscapes

Wolf depredation on livestock creates cascade of costs, reactions

Effects of Wolves and Other Predators on Farms in Wisconsin: Beyond Verified Losses

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Wolf Attacks on Humans

In Khyber Agency, Pakistan Wolf Kills Child Injures Two Others

Wolves stalk man and his dogs in ‘freaky’ close encounter

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Wolf Behavior in General

Effects of Wolves and Other Predators on Farms in Wisconsin: Beyond Verified Losses

Wolves losing their natural fear of humans? Several attacks reported in 2016 across Canada

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