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? […]

Tod durch Wölfe und irreführendes Engagement. Die Kenton Carnegie Tragödie

V. Geist Dieser Artikel wurde veröffentlicht in redigierter Form ohne den Hinweisteil, aber mit zwei Randbemerkungen, wovon eine unter dieser Datei beigefügt ist, veröffentlicht als Geist, V. 2008. Death by Wolves and the power of Myths: the Kenton Carnegie Tragedy. Fair Chase Vol. 23, No. 4 pp. 29-33. Winter issue. Diese elektronische Version ist zu […]

Prof. Geist: Der Ursprung vom Mythos über den harmlosen Wolf

Original-Artikel unter: http://polymontana.com/geist-origin-of-the-myth-of-harmless-wolves/ November 29, 2010 by Dr. Ed · Leave a Comment by Valerius Geist, PhD Prof. Geist: Der Ursprung vom Mythos über den harmlosen Wolf Die Ausführungen von tausenden verarmten Trappern und Wolffangprämien in Nord-Alberta im frühen 20. Jahrhundert auf die Raubtiere und ihre Beziehungen vom Mythos über den harmlosen Wolf Liebe Kollegen, […]

Wolves in Wisconsin

In response to Wisconsin Wolf Population Still Well Over Goal: Wolves in Wisconsin Earl Stahl, Ph.D. When wolves were placed under federal protection in 1978, the population goal for Wisconsin was set at 100. That maximum was later raised to 350 at the insistence of the pro-wolf community. In a news release on April 29, […]

James Beers

Please access all of Jim Beers’ articles on this website. Jim Beers is a retired US Fish & Wildlife Service Wildlife Biologist, Special Agent, Refuge Manager, Wetlands Biologist, and Congressional Fellow. He was stationed in North Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York City, and Washington DC. He also served as a US Navy Line Officer in […]

Wolves – 2014

By James Beer As Americans and Europeans awaken to the ancient realities of cohabiting with wolves in settled landscapes from which they were extirpated 50 to hundreds of years ago, all manner of heated discussions, questions and coalitions are emerging. While wolves have persisted for eons in undeveloped landscapes from the wilds of Canada and […]