Protect California Wolves

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Sacramento Bee uses 2 different headlines

  Its a Sad day when the Sacramento Bee uses 2 different headlines.... one for the paper, and a different one for online..... what might their intentions be? Trying to suck up to their readers???? Another wolf pack has been found in rural Northern California, complete with pups. The family is descended from the famous wolf OR7, who roamed the north state for several years after migrating from Oregon. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife reported Wednesday that its biologists have fitted a tracking collar on a female gray wolf in Lassen County. Officials said they’ve confirmed that the wolf and [...]

CDFW Confirms Presence of Wolf Pack in Lassen County, Collars Adult Wolf 

Not very far from us.... perhaps they will come closer so we can keep a watchfull eye on them! California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) biologists have captured and fitted a tracking collar to a female gray wolf in Lassen County, and confirmed that the wolf and her mate have produced at least three pups this year. During summer and fall 2016, remote trail cameras captured images of two wolves traveling together in Lassen County. There was no evidence they had produced pups at that time. While the female’s origins remain unknown, genetic samples obtained from scat indicated the [...]

California Fish and Game Meeting April 26-27, 2017

PROTECT THE WOLVES™ INVITES YOU TO JOIN THEM ON APRIL 26th and 27th.  TO ATTEND A VERY IMPORTANT MEETING! WE NEED A LINE TO BE DRAWN IN THE SAND!! IF YOU DON'T THINK THAT THIS FIGHT DOESN'T INVOLVE YOU, THINK AGAIN!! THE FATE OF ALL CALIFORNIA WILDLIFE IS AT STAKE HERE!!!  GUESS WHAT... YOUR TAX DOLLARS  SUPPORT THE SHORT FALLS OF THE HUNTING AND TRAPPING INDUSTRY! AT THE AIRTEL PLAZA HOTEL. VAN NUYS, CA 9AM 7277 Valjean Ave, Van Nuys, CA 91406   YOUR Tax Dollars should not be paying for something that we do not participate in!! Show Up and let [...]

Wolf sighting confirmed in northwestern Nevada

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) - The Nevada Department of Wildlife has confirmed a wolf from the Shasta Pack in Northern California was spotted near Fox Mountain in northwestern Nevada in November 2016. Fox Mountain is in northern Washoe County, west of the Black Rock Desert. Nevada Department of Wildlife personnel investigated the sighting after being alerted to a video recording of the apparent wolf. During the investigation, scat from the animal was found and sent for genetic analyses to determine if the animal was indeed a wolf. The University of Idaho's Laboratory for Ecological, Evolutionary and Conservation Genetics recently confirmed the [...]