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Cartoon: Culling the Herdnew

A judge has ruled that the hunting of wolves may proceed since their population could easily "bounce back" from the "culling" of 30 percent of their population.
Maui Time  |  Ted Rall  |  09-21-2009  |  Cartoons

Will Wolves Be Saved Under New Mexico's Recovery Program?new

Under a questionable partnership, the Fish and Wildlife Service has managed to give away its statutory responsibility to recover endangered species to a consortium of agencies, allege critics of the way wolf introduction is being managed in the southwest. Wolves are being removed -- or killed -- by the very people charged with reintroducing the animals to the wild.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Laura Paskus  |  07-16-2009  |  Animal Issues

The Prodigal Sonnew

The critter people love to fight about, the wolf, is coming home. Is Idaho ready to get over the emotional crap and take the leash from the federal government?
Boise Weekly  |  Deanna Darr  |  02-27-2008  |  Environment

Anatomy Of A Wolf Attacknew

The Lords have adopted an attitude of pragmatic acceptance: The wolves are here, and now it's time to learn how to live with them.
Boise Weekly  |  Carissa Wolf  |  10-18-2006  |  Animal Issues

Other Englandsnew

Who wrote Hamlet? Did Christopher Marlowe help William Shakespeare? Plus, the tragic vision and mystical romance of Joan Aiken's Wolves Chronicles.
Boston Phoenix  |  Jeffrey Gantz  |  06-20-2005  |  Fiction

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