A Scientist Trying to Serve the Public and Wildlife 

“The word advocacy gets a bad rap,” in the science community, says Adrian Treves, IWCN Coexistence Council member, founder and director of the Carnivore Coexistence Lab and professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. “We all need to be advocates for good science and good governance.  I have to be a good advocate … Continued

Efforts to Relist Wolves Vary by Location 

Due to the plight of gray wolves in a number of states across the country, there are efforts to regain protections for both wolves in the Northern Rockies and what is called the national population, which was removed from the endangered species list by the US. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) in 2020 and includes … Continued

What is a Wolf Pup’s Life Worth?

Share on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share on Twitter Springtime is the time of new life and family unity for wolves.  The whole year before and after revolves around preparing for pups and caring for them until they reach 10 months of age and can take care of themselves.  The pups are so cherished by … Continued

Take the Pledge

Join the International Wildlife Coexistence Network and take the pledge to embrace a coexistence consciousness as a citizen of the earth. Members will have full access to resources, the latest news, and much more to come!

Let's go!