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

For the Wild Ones

As we come to the end of the first year of operations for the International Wildlife Coexistence Network, I want to take a moment to share our major accomplishments. These include establishing a new global wildlife coexistence library to ensure all people have access to valuable resources; developing an exceptional Coexistence Council of experts that are already working with communities to identify nonlethal tools and … Continued

Coexisting with Wolves

Coexistence is not a new philosophy for the folks on the ground at the Wood River Wolf Project or the Voyageurs Wolf Project. They live it during every summer grazing season.  For 14 years, the Wood River Wolf Project has been on the ground using nonlethal strategies to minimize wolf sheep conflicts in Idaho. When … Continued

She Runs with Wolves

Jessica’s passion for wolves is innate, part of her being. When she was a little girl, she was enamored with the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone. She would clip articles about the wolves and when her mom asked why, she said, “I want to write to these biologists and do what they do someday.”  Little … Continued

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