Red Cliff Tribe To Trap, Collar Wolves This Fall

*Staff Note* – It is found to be troubling that $75,000 in grant money is being spent because “We’re curious if they [wolves] harass farms…bear dogs and things like that.” (emboldening added) “We’re curious if they harass farms, if they harass bear dogs and things like that,” he said. “We’re trying to mitigate conflict and […]

New study questions wolf DNA

Stop the freight train — brand-new DNA study involving North American wolves and coyotes threatens to derail the whole concept of what we consider “pure wolves,” as well as the federal reintroduction programs dealing with them. Researchers from Princeton University studied the genomes from a variety of gray and red wolves as well as coyotes. […]

Local villagers’ perceptions of wolves in Jiuzhaigou County, western China

Abstract While there have been increasing numbers of reports of human-wolf conflict in China during recent years, little is known about the nature of this conflict. In this study, we used questionnaires and semi-structured interviews to investigate local villagers’ perceptions of wolves in Jiuzhaigou County, western China. We sampled nine villages with more frequent reports […]

ANALYSIS/COMMENTARY: Cost of wolves calculable

Below is a “snap shot”, simplistic view of the economic impact of wolves on rural communities based upon a six year, ongoing study conducted by Dr. Doug Johnson, OSU, Dr. Larry Larson, OSU, and John Williams, OSU – Beef Extension specialist – Wallowa County. Specific details are available through these individuals. Economic Impact on a […]