Price of Wolves Reflect Change in Spain

“Madrid – Antonio Navarro remembers when hunters paid 14,900 euros ($16,020) for rights to kill wolves nine years ago in Villardeciervos, a village near Spain’s border with Portugal. Now, they can go for about a quarter of that. The drop shows how hard the Spanish countryside was hit by the five-year-long economic slump from which […]

The Challenge: How Can Wolves be Puzzling?

*Editor’s Note:* This article was republished on the website of Wolf Education International with permission from the author. This article first appeared in Fall 2014 issue of Range Magazine, pg. 21. By Dr. Earl Stahl Conundrum (noun): Any puzzling question or problem (Webster’s New World Dictionary). But how can there be anything puzzling about wolves? […]

Economy

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