2018 Annual Report

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Dear Friends, This past summer, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game proposed extending the legal time for a trapper to check wolf snares from 72 hours to eight days. Designed to encourage more killing of wolves, this proposed rule could leave an animal to suffer for more than twice as long. In Alaska and most areas across the northern...
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NEW: Interactive Exhibit

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Living with Wolves PresentsThe Hidden Life of Wolves: Interactive Exhibit With your support, we have just launched an exciting online interactive exhibit, The Hidden Life of Wolves, the first of its kind for exploring the true nature of wolves. Innovative and fun to explore, it leads you to discover hundreds of intriguing facts about wolves, the ecosystems they live in, and their...
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NEW BOOK: The Wisdom of Wolves

By | National Geographic, Recent News
New BookCURIOSITY. COMPASSION. FAMILY FIRST. After living among the wolves of The Sawtooth Pack for years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher present a new National Geographic hardcover book, The Wisdom of Wolves: Lessons from the Sawtooth Pack, providing groundbreaking observations of their unique experience. As strong, and just as immediately recognizable as the ties that unite a human family, the emotional bonds shared among...
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2017 Annual Report

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Dear Friends, It is our pleasure to share with you our determination to secure a future for wolves. This year, with your help, we have made many exciting advances in educating even more people about wolves and their ecological importance, as we work together to protect them in a challenging world. What we have accomplished: Our National Geographic photographic wolf...
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Your voice was heard!

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To encourage the public to kill more wolves, in spring of 2017 Idaho proposed introducing a wolf-baiting season. Much like the unethical practice of bear-baiting, wolf-baiting allows people to establish baiting sites, which they regularly restock with any kind of bait, food, or scents, to draw in wolves and acclimate them to a predictable food source. Once the wolves have…

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Ending the War on Wildlife

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This month, the Journal of Mammalogy published a collection of articles criticizing the current structure of lethal control of predators, including wolves. The number of carnivores killed annually is staggering. Nearly 69,000 coyotes and 400 wolves are among the predators that are documented in the 2015 kill report from Wildlife Services. The focus on controlling apex predators with lethal methods…

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Wolf Wednesday & International Peace Day

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Not only is it #WolfWednesday, but today also marks International Peace Day. In a perfect world we would like to see wolves coexist with humans and thrive, and although we are making steps in the right direction, there are still many controversies that stunt this progress. When people hunt and trap wolves, packs are often broken up into smaller, dysfunctional…

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Wolf Wednesday

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Happy #WolfWednesday! Today we will be tackling another common myth about wolves: wolves kill for sport. Unlike humans, wolves do not kill for sport. Wolves and all other predators kill for sustenance and survival. Sometimes carcasses are found that are only partially consumed, leading to the assumption that the kill was abandoned and wasted. The reality is, wolves are very…

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