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A wolf walks along a path.

North Carolina Gov: Endangered Wolf Protection Should Stay

The Washington Post picked up this Associated Press article about North Carolina governor Roy Cooper’s comments urging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to reinvest in red wolf conservation efforts. Recently, the USFWS released a plan that, if enacted, would undoubtedly cause the extinction of this endangered animal. Photo: Wildlands Network

Closeup of a wolverine in the snow, showing large feet with long white claws.

A Wolverine Evening in Seattle

Wildlands Network and Patagonia Seattle host a journey into the wild world of wolverines: the science, the stories, and the conservation challenges surrounding these rare and fascinating carnivores. Photo: Steven Gnam

A gray wolf raises its head in the air and howls.

Howl for Wolves with Us!

Join the Pacific Wolf Coalition on Saturday, June 9 for the first ever Howl for Wolves event, a hands-on learning experience to gain a deeper understanding of the gray wolf’s return to Washington, at the University of Washington’s Center for Urban Horticulture. Photo: William C. Gladish

Standing behind a fall tree trunk, a gray wolf looks toward the camera.

New Analysis Demonstrates Importance of Gila National Forest-Northern Arizona Wildlife Corridor for Mexican Wolf Recovery

Newly released maps conclusively demonstrate the importance of maintaining landscape connectivity between Northern Arizona and the Gila National Forest for Mexican wolf recovery. We hope wildlife agencies will use the new maps to maintain connectivity for native wildlife in the region. Photo: Eric Kilby