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Pack of 400 Wolves Terrorized Remote Russian Town

NOTE:  This is an older story, but, worthy of re-telling.

The small Russian town of Verkhoyansk has recently been fighting a “super pack” of about 400 wolves. 176 more words

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Montana Wants To Keep Wolf Hunt Rules For Upcoming Season

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana wildlife officials want to keep the existing rules in place for the upcoming wolf hunting and trapping season, saying they think they’ve hit on the right formula in how they manage the predators. 410 more words


Calling in Coyotes & Wolves

Thanks to the prevalence of electronic calling devices, anyone can become a decent coyote caller with the press of a few buttons. But if you really want to step up your game, you need to first understand what makes these animals tick. 1,094 more words

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Michigan Officials Seek Comment On Wolf Management Plan

LANSING (AP) – The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is inviting public feedback on an updated plan for managing the state’s gray wolves.

A 30-day comment period opened Wednesday. 130 more words


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Feds Restore Protected Status For Great Lakes Wolves

TRAVERSE CITY (WWJ/AP) – Gray wolves in Michigan and throughout the western Great Lakes region are protected by federal law once more.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is publishing a rule Friday designating wolves in Michigan and Wisconsin as “endangered” and those in Minnesota as “threatened.” 136 more words


The Mentality of The Wolf Pack

There’s nothing more exciting than calling in wolves and here’s some tips on how to get in on the action.

1. Find Them
Wolves have large territories—50 square miles or more—so you can’t just wander out into the woods and start calling. 483 more words

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