Worldwide epidemiology of liver hydatidosis including the Mediterranean area

Abstract The worldwide incidence and prevalence of cystic echinococcosis have fallen dramatically over the past several decades. Nonetheless, infection with Echinococcus granulosus (E. granulosus) remains a major public health issue in several countries and regions, even in places where it was previously at low levels, as a result of a reduction of control programmes due to economic […]

The Netherlands’ first wolf (pack) may be settling in Drenthe

A wolf may be in the process of settling in the nature reserves of the province of Drenthe, Dutch forestry commission Staatsbosbeheer said on its website on Tuesday. Confirmed sightings of a wolf have been reported over a period of months but a wolf is only considered to have established a territory if he stays […]

Dead Cows Are Changing The Way Wolves Eat

A study led by Tyler Petroelje, a wildlife researcher and doctoral candidate at Mississippi State University, tracked the feeding behaviors of eight wolves from two packs in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. This research was part of a broader predator-prey study that investigated a variety of factors that affect deer populations in the region. As reported by Great Lakes Echo, the […]

Interior Department moves to reverse Obama-era rules on hunting bears, wolves in Alaska

The National Park Service issued a notice Monday of its intent to amend regulations for sport hunting and trapping in national preserves to bring the federal rules in line with Alaska state law.<<<Read More>>>

Grants available to keep wolves away from livestock

*Staff Note* – A short while ago, a regular reader of Wolf Education International, sent the following comment which pertains directly to this article, although not written to specifically address it: “Somewhere, sometime ago, someone decided that his or her world was missing something and discovered they didn’t have to go afar to find suitable […]

Washington ranching rivals agree on one thing: wolves

Two rival Washington cattlemen’s groups issued a joint communique Wednesday stating their shared discontent over wolves. The statement from the Washington Cattlemen’s Association and Cattle Producers of Washington stemmed from a summit last month in Ellensburg. The Washington Farm Bureau also participated and sent out the announcement that agricultural organizations are “fed up with wolves.” […]

Ranchers grow frustrated by wolf regulations

Tom Collom, with Oregon Fish and Wildlife, said federal delisting would not automatically mean ranchers could kill wolves. He said the state would still manage wolf populations and, in areas where wolf packs are numerous, Oregon is currently allowing kills only in instances of chronic livestock killings. Collom said future wolf management policy could allowed […]

Landowner Aims To Bring Wolves Back To Scotland, Centuries After They Were Wiped Out

When wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park in 1995, they had dramatic impacts on parts of Northwestern United States. Decades later, a wealthy landowner wants to try a limited version of that experiment — in the Scottish Highlands. Englishman Paul Lister is hoping to see the ancient Caledonian Forest of Scotch pine, alder and mountain ash […]

Video Press Release: Wolves Impacting Humans

When Coyote Attacked Girl Police Officer Grabbed Animal Trying to Kill It

Off-duty Irvington officer Arcangelo Liberatore and his wife were getting their own children safely into their car when he heard screaming, saw the attack and doubled back, according to the Journal News. As King-Petrellese repeatedly punched the coyote, Liberatore – a martial arts practitioner – jumped on top of it, clutched its neck and slammed […]