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International Wolf News

RMEF Warns of Colorado Wolf Reintroduction Ballot Initiative

Read more: https://www.ammoland.com/2019/04/rmef-warns-of-colorado-wolf-reintroduction-ballot-initiative/#ixzz5lMqys8ZiUnder Creative Commons … [Read More...]

Plan has new rules on killing wolves that prey on livestock

SALEM — With Oregon’s wolf population growing, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife on Monday issued a draft conservation and management plan … [Read More...]

Gray wolves in Central Oregon? Maybe someday soon, experts say

After years during which Oregon’s recovering gray wolf population remained concentrated in the far northeast corner of the state, two new groups of … [Read More...]

Wolf Behavior

Wolves and Livestock Fact Sheet

Wolves kill guard dog at SW Oregon ranch

Wildlife investigators shaved the dog, finding injuries consistent with wolf bites. Birdseye said the animal’s back end “was like grape jelly.” The investigation also turned up wolf tracks on the property, which together was enough for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to confirm the Rogue pack was responsible for the attack. “There’s no […]

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Wolf Attacks

Wild wolves in crosshairs of German politics

A municipal gardener reported kneeling by a cast-iron fence one November morning when a four-legged predator approached from behind and sank its fangs into his left forearm. Stunned, the 55-year-old man, who has not been publicly named, struck the beast with a hammer and scared it off, according to his report to town authorities in […]

Wolves Kill Two Women In Tajikistan After Villagers’ Hunting Rifles Confiscated

DUSHANBE — Wolves have killed two women in eastern Tajikistan, prompting complaints from residents that they have been unable to defend themselves against wolf attacks since local authorities confiscated their hunting rifles. Umeda Yusupova, a spokeswoman for the Tajik government’s Committee on Emergency Situations and Civil Defense, told RFE/RL that the deadly wolf attack took […]

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Hybridization Issues

Dr. V. Geist Speech: Big Game Forever Banquet and Wolf Symposium

Geist, Val, Grand Junction, Colorado August 11th 2018 Banquet and Wolf Symposium, Big Game Forever. Contact: 250-723-7436, kendulf@shaw.ca; kendulf@hotmail.com. Futility I am here to tell you why the wolf does not belong into settled landscapes. Wolves do unbelievable damage to wildlife, they do great damage to agriculture, they pose a real threat to public health […]

Recent Mauling Death of an Eight-Day-Old Baby by Wolf Hybrid

The recent mauling death of an eight-day-old baby in Virginia is sparking debate on social media about whether it’s safe to keep wolf-dog hybrids as pets. The baby girl died after she was found bloodied in her crib at her Lee County home last week with the family’s wolf-dog hybrid standing over her, according to published reports. […]

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Rebuttals to News Stories

Dr. V. Geist Speech: Big Game Forever Banquet and Wolf Symposium

Geist, Val, Grand Junction, Colorado August 11th 2018 Banquet and Wolf Symposium, Big Game Forever. Contact: 250-723-7436, kendulf@shaw.ca; kendulf@hotmail.com. Futility I am here to tell you why the wolf does not belong into settled landscapes. Wolves do unbelievable damage to wildlife, they do great damage to agriculture, they pose a real threat to public health […]

George Orwell, call your office re: Wolves

The attached news report of a presentation touting the re-introduction of wolves in Colorado is so egregious, we debated even placing it on the Wolf Education International website.  Upon further examination, it was thought to be so misleading and so full of disinformation that it might serve as a useful example of how the public […]

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Impact of Wolves on Human Populations

LOCAL RANCHER DEALS WITH LOSING LIVESTOCK TO ‘ROGUE’ WOLF PACK

PROSPECT, Ore. — Ted Birdseye owns 276 acres on the Mil-Mar Ranch in Prospect. Between horses, cattle, and dogs, he oversees almost 100 animals on his property. Birdseye said that he has lived on the property with his family for four years, and wolf attacks have been on the rise. By now, Birdseye claims that the […]

Wolf kills flock of sheep

French farmers blame wolf attacks for the deaths of a more than 50 sheep and goats in a single night. The attack took place in Avançon, in the Hautes-Alpes region of France. The following morning, the farmer affected reported eight ewes, 21 lambs and four kids killed, with 10 kids and 16 lambs missing.<<<Read More>>>

Wolves and Livestock Fact Sheet

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Disease

Wolves and Livestock Fact Sheet

Global Socioeconomic Impact of Cystic Echinococcosis

Abstract Cystic echinococcosis (CE) is an emerging zoonotic parasitic disease throughout the world. Human incidence and livestock prevalence data of CE were gathered from published literature and the Office International des Epizooties databases. Disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) and monetary losses, resulting from human and livestock CE, were calculated from recorded human and livestock cases. Alternative […]

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Studies/Scholarship

Global Socioeconomic Impact of Cystic Echinococcosis

Abstract Cystic echinococcosis (CE) is an emerging zoonotic parasitic disease throughout the world. Human incidence and livestock prevalence data of CE were gathered from published literature and the Office International des Epizooties databases. Disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) and monetary losses, resulting from human and livestock CE, were calculated from recorded human and livestock cases. Alternative […]

Confirmation of Echinococcus canadensis G8 and G10 in Idaho Gray Wolves ( Canis lupus) and Cervids.

Abstract We confirm the presence of Echinococcus canadensis genotypes G8 and G10 in gray wolves ( Canis lupus) and cervids in Idaho, US. Our results demonstrated that cystic echinococcosis remains a potential public health issue, indicating the need for regular deworming of domestic dogs, who often act as potential bridge hosts.<<<Read More>>>

Echinococcus in wild canids in Québec (Canada) and Maine (USA)

Abstract Zoonotic Echinococcus spp. cestodes (E. canadensis and E. multilocularis) infect domestic animals, wildlife, and people in regions of Canada and the USA. We recovered and quantified Echinococcus spp. cestodes from 22 of 307 intestinal tracts of wild canids (23 wolves, 100 coyotes, 184 red and arctic foxes) in the state of Maine and the […]

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