Wolf Hunting News

Idaho Wolves Returned to Endangered Species List

We are very disappointed by District Judge Donald Molloy's ruling, returning gray wolves to endangered species protection.

"This is a major setback for responsible wildlife management in Idaho. We have demonstrated our ability to conduct a hunting season in an orderly fashion," Idaho Fish and Game Commission Chairman Dr. Wayne Wright. "It's a shame when legal twists can trump wildlife management. This is not how the Endangered Species Act should work."

Arizona Approves MOU for Mexican Wolf Reintroduction

The Arizona Game and Fish Commission approved participation in a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will guide Mexican wolf reintroduction in Arizona and New Mexico.

Montana Considers Wolf Season Changes
Montana's Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission will be asked to consider a number of changes for the proposed 2010 wolf hunting season.
Michigan DNR Seeks Approval of Lethal Control of Wolves
The Department of Natural Resources and Environment has petitioned the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for authority to use lethal methods to control problem wolves.
Oregon Spring Speaker Series Starts With Wolves and Moose
Oregon Wildlife Heritage Foundation invites you to learn about gray wolves and Shiras moose in Oregon as it kicks off its Spring Speaker Series with a free presentation by state wildlife biologists on Wednesday, April 21 at 7 p.m. in Portland.
Michigan DNR Supports Minnesota's Wolf Delisting Action
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment said it supports recent action by the State of Minnesota to remove the gray wolf from the list of species protected by the Federal Endangered Species Act.
Idaho's First Wolf Season Closed
Idaho's first regulated wolf season is closed.
Alaska Predator Control Program Kills 4 Collared Wolves
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game and the National Park Service have reviewed the circumstances that resulted in the killing of NPS collared wolves as part of a state predator control program and found no intent by either agency to mislead the other or violate protocol.
Michigan DNRE Confirms Wolves in Cheboygan County
The Department of Natural Resources and Environment and the US Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services Division announced they have confirmed the presence of wolves in northern Cheboygan County.
Alaska DFG Conducts Predator Control Operations
Fresh snow on Sunday and Monday allowed ADF&G staff to begin wolf predator control from helicopters in eastern Alaska beginning March 16th.