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Updates from CA, ID, AZ and even TV! Check out today’s Wolf Weekly Wrap-up:
Make your Friday wild! Check out this week's #wildlife photos from our fans:
For The First Time In 70 Years, Wild Whooping Cranes Have Laid Eggs In Louisiana via @WWNO
It’s one of the most endangered ecosystems in North America, and wildfires are putting it more at risk
RT @DefendersNews: Tune in to @HLNTV tomorrow night at 7pm ET to see #wildlifedefender Don Barry on with @jvelezmitchell!
The votes are in! Did your favorite win? Check out the winners of our 2014 photo contest!
We got an Earth Month shout-out from our friends over at @NaturesPath – check it out!
U.S. More Than Half Way Towards 2020 Greenhouse Gas Pledge via @HuffPostGreen #climatechange
We’ve Got to Protect What’s Left of the Sagebrush Sea -
#Florida folks! Keep an eye out for threatened gopher tortoises & know how to report injured ones:
RT @JClarkprez: CA should get a head start in wolf conservation now. Others will follow OR7 into the Golden State.
California prepares to welcome wolves home, but delays on providing state protections -
RT @DefendersNews: #California Game Commission to Consider Whether to Protect #GrayWolf via @earthislandjrnl
Victory for wild bison in Montana! Now legally wildlife, they can continue to be restored to their habitat
RT @MyFWC: Laurie Macdonald of @defenders says "the complexity of this issue (feeding wildlife) is huge." Asks for tough enforcement. #FWC2014
Putting Out the Welcome Mat for Gray Wolves in CA
Development Forces Out Pronghorn Antelope via @hereandnow
"With fewer wide-open places to live, sage grouse numbers are dwindling" via @NWPublicRadio
Our own Suzanne Stone helped reintroduce wolves to Idaho. Read her amazing story:
Wild bison are officially wildlife in Montana! See why this common-sense verdict is so important
Add Michigan and Wisconsin to the list...Deadly Fungal Disease Strikes More Bat Populations via @HuffPostGreen
Giant ibis, little dodo, and the kakapo: meet the 100 weirdest and most endangered birds via @mongabay
The wolf population count for the Northern Rockies is in. But what does it actually mean?
Some wild beauty for your lunch break - Check out this week's collection #wildlife photos from our fans:
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