Jennifer Jones

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Economists know that, on a very deep level, humans respond to the incentives presented to them. And from the very earliest of ages, we still, as a …

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WCC intern Tommy Whiteley is ready to take on the environmental challenges of the future - and he's not even old enough to vote! Earlier this week our "Teen Wolf Intern" was recognized by The White House for his amazing efforts to make our world a better place! Way to go, Tommy!

Good morning, Today we are going to switch gears for a while and join a walk to raise awareness for MS. Have a great day.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELK FOUNDATION DONATES $25K TO STATE FOR WOLF MANAGEMENT May 30 MISSOULA, Montana — The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has donated $25,000 to the state Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks to help the agency better determine the number of wolves in Montana. The money will pay for GPS radio collars and related equipment needed to help the state determine the size of a wolf pack's territory in different parts of the state. The collars also collect information on wolf movement. RMEF President David Allen says if the state has more accurate information on the wolf population it can "manage the population downward." The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimated there were 625 wolves in 147 packs in Montana in 2012. FWP spokesman Ron Aasheim says the agency's new population model predicted more than 800 wolves in 165 packs.

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SAVE IMMEDIATELY!! MANED WOLF IS CLOSE TO EXTINCTION!! -Many signatures needed! <3 SIGN & SHARE PLEASE! <3 SIGNATURES: 146 SIGNATURE GOAL: 1,000 Maned wolf is the largest canid of South America, resembling a large fox with reddish fur. In brasil this beautiful animals were historically hunted down for some body parts, notably the eyes, that were belived to be luck charms. This is a very vulnerable species, very important for the biodiversity of South America, please help them to, there are only 15.000 left in the world.

Lets save Luna together!

Luna escaped her owner and on the run for over two weeks then was shot in the face and legs with a shotgun!<p>She is currently at The St. Charles County …


There is one wolf, who goes about his daily business, totally unaware of how famous he has become in some human circles. OR-7, the wolf that pioneered the eventual return of his species to California, but currently residing in his birth state of Oregon, is the subject of the film discussed in this article. You can watch the trailer in this link too.

Wolf Fact Friday! Did you know that an average wolf litter consists of 4-6 puppies? This photo is of Anna, a Mexican wolf who lives at the Endangered Wolf Center. Anna has had 41 puppies over her lifetime. Her largest litter consisted of 12 puppies, giving her the record for the most puppies to be born in one litter. Talk about multiples!

The five wolf pups rescued from a den near the front lines of the Kenai Peninsula wildfire have found a home at the Minnesota Zoo. (Photo: Loren Holmes, Alaska Dispatch)