24 Feb 2009, 1:06pm
Homo sapiens Wolves
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The Best Wolf Websites

The following websites feature data and reports from citizen groups, wildlife agencies, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, top wolf biologists, and news sources from around the region to dispel myths about wolves in the West.

Wolf Crossing [here]

Wolf Watch [here]

Wolf Bites [here]

Wildlife and People [here]

Save Our Elk [here]

Pro Save the Human Species [here]

Black Bear Blog [here]

Visitors to these sites can learn about the natural history, biology, and population dynamics of wolves and their various prey, including deer, elk, sheep, cattle, horses, and domestic dogs. The sites also provides data compiled about depredation rates on livestock and assess the impacts of wolves on hunting in regions of the West.

Warning: a coalition of radical environmental groups has launched a public information campaign, using newspaper, radio, and banner ads in select western communities to advocate other websites which do not tell the truth about wolves. Those ads began running in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming this week. Please do not be fooled by those ads.

For accurate, unbiased, and up-to-date information on wolves, we recommend the listed sites, not phony knock-off sites designed to perpetuate propagandistic lies about wolves.



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