Yellowstone National Park
Reports Subscription web
pages with up-to-date reporting on wolves, wildlife, and issues in the
first national park
National Park National Park Service's pages on visiting.
Yellowstone Association Institute
partner in education since 1933
Yellowstone Park Foundation Dedicated to the
protection and preservation of Yellowstone National Park
Greater Yellowstone Coalition Doing
conservation work to keep the Yellowstone ecosystem stitched together
Ecological Research Center Pioneering research in the
Lodge Great rooms with a great view in Gardiner, Montana.
Montana Kitchen Gourmet catering for all occasions. Can't
go wrong with Zac.
River Trips founded in 1978 by Rick and Ron Blanchard. The
only continually owned and operated company in the historic Cody Area
running the Shoshone River.
Hot Springs A fantastic resort get-away north of the park. Don't
miss Chico on your vacation!
River Guides Great River Trips in the Wilds of Idaho and Oregon.
Fennell The Dog Listener Foster
your own relationship with your wolf, the domestic dog.
Information & Organizations
Defenders of Wildlife
Leaders in wolf recovery
and keepers of the livestock depredation proactive fund.
Wolf Watcher Coalition A dedicated group of volunteers who are
passionate about the protection of wolves in the wild amid enumerable obstacles.
Conservation Saving a place for America's predators
through innovative strategies and collaborative efforts.
Yellowstone Wolf Project Report
the National Park Service's report on wolves in the park.
Wolves Advocates for sound information and management of wolves.
of the World a great many varieties of wolves exist around the
world. The page is a great resource for understanding the diversity
and distribution of wolf subspecies.
Earth Guardians Their mission is to
restore an ecologically effective wolf population to the Southern Rockies,
obtain full recovery of the Mexican wolf in the Gila, and protect wolves
throughout the West from the dangers of trapping, shooting, and predator
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service government
reports on wolf recovery throughout the United States
Rockies Wolf Restoration Project a coalition of regional and national
conservation organizations with one mission: ensuring the restoration of wolves to their
ecological role in the Southern Rocky Mountains
Das Wolf Magazin geht online
Germany's voice for
wolves in print and online
The Wolf Recovery Foundation
organization in Idaho completely dedicated to the restoration of wolves in the Rockies.
Wolf Alliance The Timber Wolf Alliance promotes and assists in
achieving a sustainable population of wolves through public education in
the western Great Lakes region with special emphasis in the Lake Superior
Clan of North America CLAN is the first and only organization in
Quebec dedicated to protecting wolves. CLAN's objective is to expose
the many aberrations and injustices surrounding the trapping of wolves and
other animal species by trappers in Quebec’s wildlife reserves.
The Wolf Society of Great Britain
Helping wolves in Europe through progressive means to build economies based on sustaining
and other Carnivores of Norway The Norwegian Carnivore and
Raptor Society post information about the on-going plight of wolves in
The Wolves Ontario! Project Created
due to the dire situation facing wolves in Ontario, Canada.
and Woods of Minnesota a collection of photos, books, videos and
stories about one of my favorite subjects: the wolves and woods of
Naturalist's World Dr. James Halfpenny's
resources for tracking wolves and other wildlife.
Turner Endangered Species Fund dedicated to
preserving biodiversity by ensuring the persistence of imperiled species and their
habitats on private lands.
Hornocker Wildlife Institute leading the way with
wild cat research around the world, taking an integrated scientific and
World Foundation for Environment and Development
Finding economic solutions for biodiversity conservation and development in the new
Wildlife Resources Promote and improve animal welfare
in programs and activities relating to wildlife research and management
through teaching the highest quality courses in wildlife capture, chemical
immobilization and handling and provide professional preparation and field
assistance with wildlife captures, transport, and disease investigations.
Conservation Center promotes wolf conservation by teaching about
wolves, their relationship to the environment, and the human role in
protecting their future.
Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching
about wolves, their relationship to wild lands and the human role in their
organization whose mission is "working for wolf conservation"
by: protecting our wild wolves; providing sanctuary for captive-born
wolves; promoting wolf restoration in historic ranges; and educating the
public on the value of all wildlife.
& Wolf Discovery Center
not-for-profit bear and wolf reserve in West Yellowstone, Montana, providing visitors to the Yellowstone area an
opportunity to learn about, view and ultimately appreciate the grizzly bear and gray wolf.
Grizzly bears that are unable to live in the wild have a second chance. By
helping with the education of visitors, the lives of the bears and wolves may help
their species remain in the
non-profit organization created to offer educational services, a permanent
shelter for homeless captives, and opportunities to experience wild
unique education and conservation center focusing on the North American gray
wolf. We promote conservation of gray wolves and all wildlife through
education, exhibition, participation in captive breeding programs, and
studies of captive-wild wolves.
Animal Rescue Center offers a program working with returning combat
veterans to assist them as they make the transition back to society and
start the healing process. With the opportunity to work closely with
wolfdogs, they set up lifelong friendships. The often difficult walk
back home is not one that they should have to make alone.
Howl Animal Preserve dedicated to the preservation of the
wolf, and giving the wolf a safe haven in which the species can
survive and multiply. Open to the public for educational
tours and fun events that will alleviate some of the bad press that the wolf has received in the past.
Lights Wildlife Wolf Center promotes
wolf and bear conservation in the Central Canadian Rockies Ecosystem
through public education, providing a one-of-a-kind, quality experience to
the public to support wolf conservation through education.
a non-profit organization established in 1990 to teach people
about the importance of the wolf in the wild.
Wolf Education and Research Center
Home of the Nez Perce nation's captive wolves in northern Idaho.
Resources & Links
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