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International Wolf News

Wölfe töten britische Professorin

*Staff Note* - for other languages of the important event, please click on any of the "Source" links at the end of each snippet. At the landing page, … [Read More...]

Italian wildlife group offers £21,000 reward for information leading to arrest of wolf killers in Tuscany

The corpses of two animals were strung up by the neck from a road sign outside the village of Radicofani in the picturesque Val d’Orcia, south of … [Read More...]

Money for wolf issues

The Government will grant approximately NOK 27 million to municipalities within the designated wolf zones, to further the tagging of wolves and … [Read More...]

Wolf Behavior

Lethal wolf take lands ODFW in hot water with both sides

*Staff Note* – Learned behavior with wolves is pack-wide not individual. When one member of a pack depredates on livestock, all members have or are learning the same behavior. Therefore, elimination of just one member of a pack will not stop the depredations on livestock. Fulfilling the predictions of ranchers and the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association, […]

Some wolves may have become ‘habituated’ to eating cattle

Northeast Oregon cattle ranchers have called for two entire packs to be killed, saying the state’s “incremental” approach won’t deter voracious wolves.<<<Read More>>>

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Wolf Attacks

Wölfe töten britische Professorin

*Staff Note* – for other languages of the important event, please click on any of the “Source” links at the end of each snippet. At the landing page, near the top of the page, you’ll see a Google translation box. Select the language you wish and the page will automatically update to a translated version. […]

In Israel’s Ein Gedi, tourists’ trash lures wolves out of the shadows – and into trouble

*Staff Note* – It is the position of WEI that wolves do not belong in human-settled landscapes. There is no such thing as “learning to coexist with wolves.” Forcing humans and wolves to share the same landscape is asking for death, disease and destruction. This, of course, makes no sense. A string of attacks on visitors […]

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Hybridization Issues

Coywolves are Taking Over Eastern North America

*Staff Note* – While some information contained in this article may be incorrect and/or incomplete, it doesn’t dismiss the fact that crossbreeding of different species/breeds of wild canines is taking place at a rapid pace placing the future of true canine species in danger of complete destruction. Coywolves are not ‘shy wolves’—they are coyote-wolf hybrids […]

Coywolves are Taking Over Eastern North America

Coywolves are not ‘shy wolves’—they are coyote-wolf hybrids (with some dog mixed in) and now number in the millions.<<<Read More>>> These adorable wolf-coyote hybrids are taking over the Northeast Whether we know it or not, humans have a huge impact on the natural world. Take this one recent example as a case in point: The evolution of […]

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Rebuttals to News Stories

By Will N. Graves May 2017 Many Western authors claim that Farley Mowat’s book, “Never Cry Wolf,” proves that wolves in northern areas do not live by preying on caribou, but live from eating lemmings and small animals. His book was highly successful. He sold about 14 million copies, and it was translated into 24 […]

Wolf Education International (WEI) statement about the controversies of the existence of wolves: Wolves are the fulcrum of endless political and cultural disputes that are especially present in 21st century globalization, pitting large groups against each other. Wolf advocates accuse wolf protesters of wanting to kill every wolf. Conversely, wolf protesters accuse wolf advocates of […]

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Impact of Wolves on Human Populations

Money for wolf issues

The Government will grant approximately NOK 27 million to municipalities within the designated wolf zones, to further the tagging of wolves and towards strengthening the Norwegian Nature Inspectorate’s efforts to combat conflict. – The purpose behind these actions is to reduce conflicts concerning wolves. This is especially important for people living within wolf territories and […]

Wolves ate hiker after her frantic phone call, coroner says

THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) — A missing British hiker whose dismembered, fleshless remains were found in the hills of northern Greece was probably attacked by wolves while walking alone on a remote path, then torn apart and devoured, a Greek coroner said after an autopsy Wednesday. Coroner Nikos Kifnidis told the Associated Press that both the […]

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Disease

“Wolf Hydatid Disease in Coyotes, Foxes and other Canines”

Read About this Life Threatening Disease. Use Proper PPE when dealing with Wild Canines!  “Mitochondrial DNA testing has proven that the Eastern Coyote is actually a Hybrid. Sometime in the past, a Canadian Wolf mated with an Eastern coyote and each blood sample taken from numerous live trapped coyotes in most eastern states contained Canadian Wolf […]

Echinococcus Granulosus

This article is about the tapeworm. For the infection, see echinococcosis. Echinococcus granulosus, also called the hydatid worm, hyper tape-worm or dog tapeworm, is a cyclophyllid cestode that parasitizes the small intestine of canids as an adult, but which has important intermediate hosts such as livestock and humans, where it causes cystic echinococcosis, also known […]

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Studies/Scholarship

ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF LARGE CARNIVORE-LIVESTOCK CONFLICTS IN ROMANI

Wolf attacks give cows ‘PTSD-like’ symptoms, study finds

“Cows whose herd comes under attack by wolves remember the experience and show symptoms similar to post-traumatic stress disorder, Oregon researchers say. That’s according to a study from Oregon State University and publicized Thursday. Reinaldo Cooke, an associate professor and animal scientist based in Burns, conducted the research, which appeared in the Journal of Animal Science […]

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