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When A Wolf Dies

After four decades on the federal endangered species list, the gray wolves’ population has officially recovered, according to the U.S. Fish & …

ASK THE BIOLOGIST: CAN WOLVES IN ZOOS BE RELEASED TO THE WILD? Unfortunately, nearly every wolf born in captivity must remain in captivity for the remainder of their life. The reason is that wolves imprint on the animals surrounding them very early in life (beginning at 10 days old). In captivity, this is typically humans therefore the wolves become more or less socialized to humans. A proper wolf to human socialization is very intensive and lasts for the first year of life, but even if the wolf does not move through this process they will view humans differently than wild wolves. Therefore, if released from captivity these wolves would not fear humans and also not be able to hunt independently because they relied upon humans for food early in life. There are exceptions to this situation, such as Mexican or Red Wolves that are intentionally raised in captivity to be released into the wild. These wolves are managed in a very strict protocol under the guidance of experienced wolf biologists, and virtually have no contact with any humans. Even with this strict management, not every released wolf is successful in the wild and may need to be recaptured or they perish soon after release.

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A.C.T.I.N.'s On-line Facebook Auction | ACTIN-SPAIN

Animal Care Treatment International Network is holding their first on-line Auction and so far they have received some lovely items donated by …

Walking with Wolves | UK Wolf Conservation Trust

Walking with wolves<p>Have you ever wanted to see a wolf close up? Have you wondered what it's like to walk amongst them? You can find out by coming on …


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