Children forced to arm themselves with axes to fend off WOLVES and BEARS in Russia

  Children are given axes to protect them from rogue wolves in a forest  They have to walk to school in the Russian republic of Bashkortostan  A wolf was spotted on the path recently but the bears are hibernating    Children walking to school in a region of Russia have been armed with axes because of […]

Wolf Packs in Romania Have Specialized in Killing

*Scroll for Update* The following came from a dissertation from the University of Munich in Germany. I have quoted the German and translated it [emboldened below]. Hope you will enjoy it. Note the order of victims! Sincerely, [Dr.]Val Geist from: Mertens, A. in prep. Socio-economics of large carnivore-livestock conflicts in Romania. PhD Thesis, University of […]

Wolves Kill for the Pure Pleasure of Killing…

The below clip comes from the print news media, Western AG Reporter: For a full sized image, go here: AbsarokeeWolfKill

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. […]

Jogger in Gartow: Zweifel an Wolfsbegegnung

The article was submitted to Wolf Education International by reader, Peter Kosmalla. Thank you. “Ein Jogger soll am ersten Weihnachtsfeiertag in Gartow (Landkreis Lüchow-Dannenberg) von zwei Jungwölfen an der Hand berührt worden sein. Das zumindest hatten der Jogger und der verantwortliche Wolfsberater Peter Burkhardt behauptet. Nun hat der für Wolfsfragen zuständige Landesbetrieb für Wasserwirtschaft, Küsten- […]

Pack of 12 wolves spotted at Vee Lake near Yellowknife

“The pack will send in the female just to befriend the dog,” he says. “Then she’ll slowly make her way back to the pack and then when they get back to the pack, the dog is history. They’ll eat the dog.” Source: Pack of 12 wolves spotted at Vee Lake near Yellowknife

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 […]

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

With the recolonization of gray wolves (Canis lupus) across the Western Great Lake States (Minnesota, Michigan, and Wisconsin) there has been a concomitant increase in livestock depredations caused by wolves (Mech 1998, Ruid et al. 2005, Treves et al. 2002, USDA 2006, Wydeven et al. 2006). Wolf populations in Wisconsin have grown from 25 in […]

Arctic Wolves Walk Right Up to Workers and “Sniff” Them

The following comment was made by Dr. Valerius Geist who has studied and documented wolf behavior. He has published his findings here. This is an excellent video of wolves EXPLORING (ALTERNATIVE PREY)! This is exactly what wolves of the first misbehaving pack we experienced here on Vancouver island were doing! This is what wolves on […]