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Scientists Divided Over Delisting Wolves in the Midwest

…a letter to Department of Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe to support the federal delisting of gray wolves within the Western Great Lakes region (LettertoDelist_11_18_2015 ). Two weeks later, seventy scientists and scholars summarized their conclusions in an open letter that wolves


Timber Wolf Alliance Teacher Resources

the facts and relies on research to dispel myths and unfounded fears associated with wolves. TWA provides training in wolf biology and ecology, develops and disseminates educational materials on wolves, and supports volunteers to help with wolf monitoring efforts. Related Here you will find educational materials to teach about wolves….

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Wolf Awareness Week Focuses on Yellowstone Wolves

…as wolves, in the future. “Wolves continue to push us up against the question of how willing we are to embrace an inconvenient species in support of our long held claim that wilderness really really maters and that wild things have a place in America,” he said. Wolf Awareness Week…

Sigurd Olson Letters

…think I stand alone and am entirely cracked. I sincerely hope Oberholzer’s Quetico-Superior Program goes through so both areas can receive a uniform treatment. You are perhaps aware of the state’s objection to the federal acquisition of Grand Portage and Kabetogama areas. It may interest you to know that I…

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Book Review: The Real Wolf

The Journal of Wildlife Management By Adrian Wydeven, Timber Wolf Alliance Open discussions on wildlife management issues are important to the sound conservation of wildlife resources. The Real Wolf claims to attempt to dispel myths and tell the truth about wolves (mostly gray wolves [Canis lupus], but also reference to…

Wolf hunting, captured on trail camera, Maxwell Property

A History with Wolves

Wolf Awareness Week

Erik Olson Ashland Daily Press Column Wolf Awareness Week Roughly 43 years ago, wildlife biologists detected evidence of breeding wolves in the state for the first time in decades. At that time, wolves had been considered extirpated from the state since 1960, and the only gray wolves remaining in the

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Back from the Brink of Extinction

Mexican Wolf Reintroduction and Recovery

…Mexico and the United States. Related: Wolf Awareness Week events Mexican wolves are the southernmost subspecies of gray wolves (historically occupying mountainous areas of central to southern Arizona and New Mexico, western Texas, and Mexico) and their story of persecution mirrors that of many other predators in the United States….

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Keynote Rolf Peterson: Wolves and America's National Parks

The Timber Wolf Alliance is bringing biologist Rolf Peterson as its keynote speaker for Wolf Awareness Week. Peterson, widely known for his field studies of wolves in Isle Royale National Park, will present “Wolves and America’s National Parks” at the Northland College Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute Friday, Oct. 21 at…


WPT: Frequent Changes in Management Policy Escalate Wolf Debate

…August 18, 2015, talk at the Madeline Island Museum, state and federal officials have mostly erred in changing their policies numerous times in only a few years. In his talk, “The Tug Of War Over Wolves,” recorded for Wisconsin Public Television’s University Place program, Olson detailed the many times wolves’…

Eco Reps Film Screening

October 8, 2021, 6:30 pm8:00 pm

Join the Northland College Eco Reps in the Sentry Room of the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute for a sustainability-related movie! Drop by to find out what film is screening.