Category Archives: Wolves

A Researcher Chokes On Her Popcorn: Wolf Myths Live On in 2012

Digging up the real biology and behavior of wolves and then getting the true story out there for the general public is pretty tough. There is so much misinformation about these animals in popular media, ranging from the ridiculous: Wolves … Continue reading

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17 Wolfdogs Killed at “Sanctuary”

The animals at Wolfsong Ranch, a wolfdog sanctuary, have been the victims of neglect, betrayed by the very people who claimed to be their last resort for protection. Located in Lone City, Ohio, Wolfsong is a private, non-profit organization “dedicated … Continue reading

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Part Wild reader shares her experiences

I was given your book the other day & started reading it last night. I finished it in the early morning, reading it all in one sitting. I sat staring at your book, lost in all that you had shared … Continue reading

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Paying the Price for Captivity Stress

People aren’t the only ones to pay a high price for their animals’ captivity stress… By frustrating an animal’s urges–inhibiting its natural drives to disperse, hunt, and mate–physical confinement in the form of a pen or even a leash can … Continue reading

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PART WILD is available now! See what readers are saying…

PART WILD:  One Woman’s Journey with a Creature Caught Between the Worlds of Wol ves and Dogs “Terrill will make you fully understand the differences between wild and domestic animals.  Her riveting prose about her wolf hybrid is essential reading … Continue reading

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Fate of Oregon’s Imnaha Wolf Pack

The loudest, most aggressive voices in the ranching community of eastern Oregon have shown an unwillingness to change long-standing grazing practices, preferring instead to conduct business as usual, as if they do not have to share the land with the … Continue reading

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Extermination of Oregon’s entire Imnaha wolf pack is on the table

Extermination of Oregon’s entire Imnaha wolf pack is on the table:  an urgent message from my friends at N.E. Oregon Ecosystems ODFW announced yesterday that more Imnaha wolves may be killed, and Oregon conservationists share growing alarm that the entire … Continue reading

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Oregon Wolf Update

This is the latest on wolves in eastern Oregon from my friend Wally Sykes.  Not enough has been done to prevent wolf-livestock conflicts in the first place.  So now ODFW has euthanized one wolf of the Imnaha Pack as of … Continue reading

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