Stories tagged: wolves
Sat., May 2, 2020
Wolf trapping was deemed essential work, Friday.
Thu., April 23, 2020
Washington’s annual wolf report, released Monday, was a mixed bag, according to regional conservation groups.
UPDATED: Mon., April 20, 2020
Washington’s wolf population grew at least 11% between 2018 and 2019, despite the death of 21 wolves from hunting, lethal removal and predation.
Sun., April 19, 2020
Washington wildlife managers received 7,798 comments about the future of wolves, with the majority of those comments coming from out-of-state.
Thu., April 16, 2020
A wolf that wandered thousands of miles from Oregon and became the first wild wolf spotted in California in almost 90 years before returning to Oregon and starting a pack …
Thu., April 2, 2020
Wolves, cougars and other large predators are killing smaller carnivores, potentially controlling notoriously fecund species like coyotes.
UPDATED: Mon., March 16, 2020
On a warm day in March, Ben Maletzke crouched beneath a gaggle of pine trees and examined a slight indentation in the shaded snow at his feet. Maletzke was in …
UPDATED: Sat., Feb. 22, 2020
The Idaho Fish and Game Commission on Thursday approved
UPDATED: Wed., Feb. 5, 2020
A bill mandating radio collars on wolves in “problem packs” is making its way through the Washington Legislature this week.
Thu., Jan. 30, 2020
Less than a week after an Idaho lawmaker proposed “wolf-free zones” and year-round wolf hunting seasons, the Idaho Fish and Game Commission has
Tue., Jan. 28, 2020
Idaho’s top wildlife official on Tuesday requested authorization from state lawmakers to spend $408,000 to count wolves.
Thu., Jan. 16, 2020
In the same year that Yellowstone National Park marks the 25th anniversary of
UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 16, 2020
A collared wolf from the Stranger pack in Washington wandered into Idaho and was legally killed, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife reported Monday.
Tue., Jan. 14, 2020
On Friday, a King County Superior Court judge dismissed two of three claims against the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife in a case filed in August 2019, according to …
Wed., Dec. 18, 2019
A Yellowstone National Park male and female wolf pup were killed by a vehicle in November and a park official is blaming some park visitors for making them less afraid …
Sat., Dec. 14, 2019
The next Washington Wolf Advisory meeting will be Jan. 8 and 9 in Tumwater.
Thu., Dec. 5, 2019
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife responded to a request from the Governor to kill fewer wolves, last week.
Fri., Nov. 15, 2019
On Nov. 1, a Thurston County Superior Court judge dismissed three of four claims against the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife in a case filed by the Center for …
Thu., Nov. 14, 2019
For the first time in 24 years, Yellowstone National Park’s wolf project staff found no evidence in 2018 of wolves killing each other.
Mon., Nov. 4, 2019
The chance to comment on how Washington’s gray wolves should be managed once they are no longer a state endangered species has been extended until Nov. 15.
Fri., Oct. 18, 2019
The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission is scheduled to hear updates on wolf, cougar and bear management, and a number of proposed revisions to fishing regulations on Friday and Saturday.
Mon., Oct. 7, 2019
This may be a tale that only dentists can appreciate, but the teeth of dead Yellowstone wolves are helping scientists understand the life of predators more than 11,000 years ago.
Fri., Oct. 4, 2019
Just days after Gov. Jay Inslee asked that fewer wolves be killed, wildlife officials announced they’d removed a member of the Grouse Flats pack.
Thu., Sept. 26, 2019
Members of the Grouse Flats wolf pack, in Southeast Washington, will be killed by state wildlife officials.
Fri., Sept. 20, 2019
A well-known Spokane-area cross country coach is the newest member of a group tasked with guiding and directing wolf policy in Washington.
Wed., Sept. 18, 2019
Hunting was on the minds of those that tuned into a virtual open house about wolf management on Tuesday.
Sun., Sept. 15, 2019
Wolf pups with monogamous parents are more likely to survive, according to new research from the University of Idaho.
Fri., Sept. 13, 2019
The Grouse Flats wolf pack in Garfield County has been credited with killing a 450-pound calf on Aug. 30, according to a Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife news release.
UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 13, 2019
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will host three online meetings to discuss how to manage wolves once they are fully recovered and delisted.
Fri., Aug. 30, 2019
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife commission will hold a special meeting at 8 a.m. Tuesday.