Wolf Hunting News

More Wolves Scheduled For Release in Gila Wilderness
Another pack of endangered Mexican wolves is scheduled for release in the Gila Wilderness in late June, reports the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish and its cooperators in wolf restoration in the Southwest.
Wolf Field Team Shoots Mexican Gray Wolf
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service conducted the first lethal control action on a Mexican gray wolf since the program's inception in 1998. On May 27, Interagency Field Team personnel shot and killed Sycamore Pack alpha female 592 in New Mexico after trapping attempts to capture her were unsuccessful.
Wolf Population Shows Slight Increase
Wisconsin’s population of gray wolves increased only slightly in 2003 but is closing in on the state management goal of 350 animals outside of Indian reservations, state wildlife officials say.
Wolf Population Growing
State Department of Natural Resources officials today announced results of the most recent wolf survey, which indicates at least 321 wolves now roaming Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
New Mexico and Arizona Game Commissions Meet May 16th
The Mexican wolf recovery and reintroduction plan will be discussed in a joint meeting of the New Mexico and Arizona State Game Commissions at 9 a.m. May 16 in Safford, Ariz. The meeting will be held at the Manor House Convention Center, 415 East Highway 70. Although the Arizona Commission meeting will begin at 9 a.m. MST, the joint meeting with the New Mexico Commission is not expected to begin before 1 p.m. MST.
$10,000 Reward Offered in Wolf Killing Case
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is offering up to a $10,000 reward for information leading to the apprehension of the individual or individuals responsible for the shooting death of a Mexican gray wolf on or about March 8.