Ken Mills holds a cleaned cow moose leg found while tracking wolf kills on Thursday, July 31, 2014, in the Gros Ventre Wildnerness. Mills' work for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department involves tracking wolf kills in order to help the department better understand the impact of predatory wolv…
A group in Washington has funded four anti-wolf billboards in the Spokane area.
A newly organized anti-wolf group says it's targeting Spokane with a billboard campaign to highlight members' concerns about the increasing number of wolves in Washington State.
The larger the wolf pack the more likely that it will have success in bringing down large animals like bison, according to a recent study.
The saying “safety in numbers” is typically a phrase associated with animals considered prey.
SPOKANE, Wash. — A hunter who took a shot at a gray wolf after being virtually surrounded by a pack in northeastern Washington on Oct. 30 has been cleared of any wrongdoing by Washington Fish and Wildlife police who investigated the incident.
The state of Wyoming is appealing the reinstatement of federal wolf protections.
The United States Department of Agriculture inspected ZooMontana’s wolf enclosure on Tuesday as the investigation continued into a report of a child being bitten by one of the animals.
One of ZooMontana’s two gray wolves bit a young child on Sunday afternoon.
COLVILLE, Wash. — Ranchers in northeastern Washington offered a simple solution to keep wolves from killing their livestock: Pack up the predators and ship them to western Washington.
Proposed administrative rules to establish a voluntary management stamp to enable anyone to make a donation to Montana's wolf program won't be adopted this year, state wildlife officials said on Thursday.
SPOKANE, Wash. — Wildlife officials are reporting that a new wolf pack has been discovered in northeast Washington's Ferry County near Profanity Peak.
Wolf management over the past 30 years, from recovery under the Endangered Species Act to current day-to-day management of wolves in the Northern Rocky Mountains, will be the topic of discussion on Oct. 2 at the next Draper Natural History Museum Lunchtime Expedition.
GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Genetic tests indicate that the mate of Oregon's famous wandering wolf, OR-7, found in the Cascade Mountains of southwestern Oregon could have been the girl next door when he was growing up hundreds of miles away in northeastern Oregon.
HELENA — Montana wildlife officials will hold public hearings on a proposal to create a wolf conservation stamp that would allow non-hunters to contribute $20 apiece to help in the management of the predators.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks will hold a wolf trapping certification class at its regional headquarters in Bozeman on Aug. 16 from 8 a.m. to noon.
MISSOULA — U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe defended his agency’s commitment to strong science Monday in light of recent controversies over wolverine and wolf protection.
Filmmaker Bob Landis will talk on July 22 about his most recent project which tells the story of a Yellowstone wolf.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking comment on proposed new rules that outline how to establish and offer a voluntary wolf management stamp for anyone to make a donation to Montana's wolf management program.
JACKSON, Wyo. — New research in Wyoming finds that mountain lions go out of their way to avoid wolves.