The Guardian reports on how the successful rewilding of wolves helped correct the Yellowstone ecosystem Twenty-five years ago this month, wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone, America’s first national park and an ecosystem dangerously out of whack owing to the extirpation of its top predator. Read article at A rewilding triumph: wolves help to reverse Yellowstone […]

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From The Rocky Mountain Collegian (Serena Bettis): Most loud sounds heard around Fort Collins late at night are typically from partying college kids or trains — not wild animals. This is not the case for Coloradans living in Moffat County, where Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials confirmed a wolf pack sighting Jan. 19, according to […]

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This article is brought to you thanks to the collaboration of The European Sting with the World Economic Forum. Author: Charlotte Edmond, Formative Content 17,000 pairs of big eyes. 17,000 pairs of big ears. 17,000 sets of big teeth. With thousands of wolves now roaming continental Europe, Little Red Riding Hood better watch out. Image: European Commission After […]

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