ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF LARGE CARNIVORE-LIVESTOCK CONFLICTS IN ROMANI

Wolf Predation on Moose in Yellowstone Region

Big Game Forever is reporting that moose populations in the Yellowstone region are in serious trouble due to wolf preying on the species. Idaho For Wildlife gives us links to scientific information and research to better clarify the political corruption that took place in order to justify wolf (re)introduction: “What is interesting is that Dr. […]

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, largely along party lines, to undo a recent Department of […]

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 state, without first having conducted studies to determine […]

A More Ethical Method of Large Predator Reintroduction

*Staff Note* – Below is an email sent to the editor of Wolf Education International from Dr. Valerius Geist. Attached to the email was an interesting article from Dr. A.J.T.Johnsingh, Nature Conservation Foundation, WWF-India and Corbett Foundation. The article contains information about efforts that were and are being made to ready a wilderness preserve for […]

Wolves Slaughter 18 Elk in One Night on Wyoming Feed Grounds – None Eaten

This is what happens when we are not allowed to manage. Warning: Very heartbreaking for our “other” wildlife. We had 18 elk slaughtered by wolves on our feedgrounds in one night this week. 16 were calves that were not eaten at all – killed and left for dead. The others were two pregnant cow elk. […]

Wolves, people, and brown bears influence the expansion of the recolonizing wolf population in Scandinavia

*Staff Note* – This information should come as no surprise. Many experts of Wolf Education International have, for several years, been saying that forcing wolves to expand into human-settled environments is bad for people and animals. Abstract Interspecific competition can influence the distribution and abundance of species and the structure of ecological communities and entire ecosystems. […]

Wolves filling up on cattle in southwestern Alberta

The study tracked wolf predation patterns in southwestern Alberta — from the Pincher Creek area north of Waterton Lakes National Park to the edge of Kananaskis Country — where ranches and the territory of the carnivores overlap. “When we began our project, ranchers said they believed they were losing some stock to wolves, but through […]