Wolf Hunting News

Pups for Walla Walla Wolf Pack in Oregon

The Walla Walla wolf pack of northern Umatilla County had pups this year, trail camera footage shows.

Two Imnaha Pack Wolves to be Killed After Another Confirmed Livestock Loss in Oregon

ODFW staff will kill two wolves from the Imnaha pack after confirming they were involved in another livestock loss.

The two wolves that will be targeted are the alpha male and an uncollared wolf in the pack. Data from the alpha male’s GPS collar confirm he was at the scene where the calf was killed earlier this week.

Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission to Discuss Wolf Management Plan

The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will discuss the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (WDFW) recommended Wolf Conservation and Management Plan during a special meeting Oct. 6 in Olympia.

Wyoming Game and Fish Commission to Discuss Wolf Management Plan

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission will be holding a special Commission meeting on Sept. 14 at 11 a.m. at the Parkway Plaza in Casper to discuss the proposed revised Wolf Management Plan for Wyoming.

Arizona Mexican Wolf Found Dead

Arizona Game and Fish Department personnel on the Mexican wolf Interagency Field Team discovered a dead wolf on the evening of Aug. 22 during routine pack monitoring activities.

The field team was alerted to the situation when it received a mortality signal from the telemetry collar on AF1110, the Hawks Nest Pack alpha female.

The animal was recovered by a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Special Agent and Game and Fish personnel the following day in the pack’s traditional territory on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests.

Washington FWC to Discuss Wolf Plan Aug. 29 in Ellensburg

The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will discuss the Wolf Conservation and Management Plan recommended by state wildlife managers at a special meeting in Ellensburg on Monday, Aug. 29.

The special meeting, which includes time for public comment on the plan, is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Quality Inn and Conference Center, 1700 Canyon Road, Ellensburg.

Idaho Wolf Season Opens August 30th

The Idaho Fish and Game Commission set wolf hunting seasons throughout most of the state ranging from August 30, 2011 to March 31, 2012, in 13 wolf management zones.

Harvest limits were set in the Salmon, Southern Mountain, Beaverhead, Island Park and Sawtooth Zones, where hunting proved effective in more open country and additional wolf mortality occurs from control actions to resolve ongoing livestock depredations.

Montana Approves Wolf Season for 2011

Montana's Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission has approved a wolf hunting season for 2011 that creates 14 wolf management units and an overall harvest quota of 220 wolves.

Idaho Fish and Game Commission Meeting July 27/28

The Idaho Fish and Game Commission will consider wolf hunting and trapping seasons during the July 27 and 28 meeting in Salmon.

A public hearing will begin at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 27, at the Idaho Fish and Game regional office in Salmon.

Idaho DFG Seeks Comments on Wolf Season

The southeast regional office of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game is planning an open house to gather public comments on "nonbiological" rules for big game hunting as well as proposals for the upcoming wolf hunting season.

The public is encouraged to stop by the Fish and Game office at 1345 Barton Road in Pocatello anytime between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on July 13 P.M. for the open house.