Pacific Wolves shared Ferry County View's photo.

Sad news out of Ferry County, Washington - the Sherman Pack's breeding female was struck and killed by a vehicle on State Highway 20.
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Accident claims Sherman pack breeding female The collared breeding female wolf from the Sherman pack was killed last week; hit by a car on State Highway 20, Sherman Pass. Steve Pozzanghera, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Eastern Region director, confirmed the accidental death Monday. Pozzanghera, who was in town to brief county commissioners on possible changes to a wolf-livestock interaction protocol document, said he did not immediately know if the wolf was pregnant, but that it was the right time of year for her to be. Read more on this in tomorrow's View.

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Tara-Marie Buckley

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Julie Ann FriedrichOh no! 😥

5 hours ago

Judy BurkhartThat is so sad.

5 hours ago

Brenda NorrisHope she did not have pups in the den.

4 hours ago

Bruce BatchelorSome of these animal strikes are far from "accidents"

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Tricia WardlawThis is yet another reason why politically motivated population management is illogical. These wolves have enough to contend with while coexisting with human population. Its not fair for us to exterminate packs when our just one car just did an entire pack irreparable harm. Very sad news for Washington wolves.

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Andrew Michael HillThat sucks.

3 hours ago

Roberta Millstein:( :( :(

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Kim PearsonTaxpayers fund expensive, comprehensive livestock depredation investigations all the time. Will an independent agency be performing a simple toxicology and autopsy for this publicly funded/collared breeding female wolf?

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Brenda NorrisProbly not.

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Charlzdolf BauerPacific Wolves evidently dont care about the trolls on their page. They apparently are just a business and only are interested in the clickbait income.. Shame!

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VickyForgie N RickBlondinSo, so sad!

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Pat O'HanlonWhat a sad waste! :'(

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Lester StelseIm so sorry , she was beautiful

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Nina RoxanneOhhh noooo 😓😓😓

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California's Shasta Pack, first announced in the summer of 2015, hasn't been seen for nearly a year.
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Kim PearsonThose who care about wildlife and what's left of wild lands need to work closer together toward monitoring animals/regions, and the people and activities that exploit/diminish them. Government departments of investigation are not effective enough; we should be working together to provide as much proof as possible to these, or our own agencies.

2 weeks ago

Billie GarciaHopefully they've just moved on...

2 weeks ago   ·  1

Jamie LantAre any of them collared?

2 weeks ago

Janet IngvaldsenIt would be good if their whereabouts was not publicized for hateful crazies to go find them.

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Deep in the heart of the Hell's Canyon National Recreation Area along the Oregon/Idaho boarder roams the Snake River Pack as documented by a remote camera here in February 2017 (photo by ODFW). ...

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Melony DickeyBeautiful! Healthy looking

3 weeks ago

Jamie LantLooking healthy :)

2 weeks ago

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Pacific Wolves shared Defenders of Wildlife's photo.

We agree with Rachel Carson's words. Here's some motivation for your Monday:
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Our #MondayMotivation is Rachel Carson, a woman who was truly a pioneer for the conservation movement!

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Pacific Wolves shared Cascadia Wildlands's photo.

There's a lot of good work being done by so many to stand up and speak up for wolf protections. A few of those voices belong to Cascadia Wildlands and Western Environmental Law Center, both member organizations of the Pacific Wolf Coalition. Thank you!
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Cascadia Wildlands and Western Environmental Law Center crew standing up for gray wolves in Oregon and confronting ill-named Wildlife Services in federal court today.

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Pacific Wolves shared Wolf Conservation Center's photo.

Tuesday's thought...
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Just breathe.

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Pacific Wolves shared Endangered Species Coalition's Big Not Bad.

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A message and campaign from our friends at the Endangered Species Coalition: Big, Not Bad.
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Learn about why wolves are big not bad and how you can share your story of love for wolves at www.bignotbad.org.

Big day for wildlife conservation groups in the West. A full-day Gray Wolf Conservation and Management Symposium in Fort Collins, hosted by the Colorado Chapter of the Wildlife Society. Some member organizations of the Pacific Wolf Coalition are attending and we're in good company with a room full of wolf ambassadors and activists. ...

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Pacific Wolves shared Wolf Conservation Center's photo.

Imagine having feet that could act as snowshoes. Imagine all the places you could travel to, and in extreme weather conditions. More facts about wolves - check it out:
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With blocky feet and long pliable toes that conform to uneven terrain, wolves are well adapted to long-distance travel. The paws of a wolf are large, almost the size of an adult human hand, and thus able to perform like snowshoes carrying wolves effortlessly atop the crusty layer of deep snow. You can find other interesting facts about wolves via our website > bit.ly/1Vn2NOY

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Pacific Wolves shared Living with Wolves's photo.

An important season for wolves is around the corner - breeding season. Learn more below:
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It is officially wolf breeding season. In around 63 days, the first pups will be born, just around the time snow starts to melt to give pups the longest possible time to mature before the next winter. It is important for wolf pups to have the best start possible in order to navigate the challenges of being a wolf, such as surviving habitat destruction, hunting prey, and avoiding humans. Pups are born in the warmth of an underground den and protected by the alpha pair and other members of the pack. We wish all packs a safe and thriving breeding season. #WolfWednesday

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Pacific Wolves shared Wolf Haven International's post.

Check out these great pics of wolves and some snow play from our friends at Wolf Haven International. Thanks for sharing!
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Snow Day! The wolves are enjoying the fresh powder - they haven't had this much snow to play in for quite a while.

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Pacific Wolves shared California Wolf Center's photo.

Join this movement. We need your help and we need your voice.
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Tell your senators and representative to oppose the #WarOnWolvesAct ow.ly/vdmE308lB1X

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Pacific Wolves shared Elkhorn Media Group's post.

Some awesome footage of wolves and elk in Oregon. Thanks for sharing, Oregon's Wolves.
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WOLVES: 10-12 spotted north of the elk feeding ground by Troy, Oregon-yesterday. Reports are that they were stalking the elk. (Photos courtesy of Joelleen Linstrom)

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Concetta AltieriRobert Heath

2 months ago   ·  1

Edmund Hertzgeez, the comments on those pics...is that mindset ever going away? Just feels hopeless at times

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Billy KruegerReivax Hallalel

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Debbie HumphriesLove the photos...far too many uneducated comments though! Alot of folks need to go back and do science again...and you won't learn it in "Little Red Riding Hood"

2 months ago   ·  2

Edmund Hertzthe problem is that most if not all of them never did science to begin with

2 months ago   ·  1

Amber TaschnerIsn't it dangerous for the wolves to post these pics with there location?

2 months ago   ·  1

United States Jobs ListingNice (y)

2 months ago

Abby AspenYeah Maybe we shouldn't broadcast wolves are at the feeding ground????

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In these times of transitions and change, sometimes the words of a younger generation provide the perfect inspiration for the days and work ahead:

"I want my children and my grandchildren to live in a world with clean air, pure drinking water, and an abundance of wildlife, so I've chosen to dedicate my life to wildlife conservation so I can make the world just a little bit better."
- Bindi Irwin
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Pacific WolvesPhoto Credit: Tim Fitzharris, WildEarth Guardians

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Big News! The film, OR-7 Expedition, is now available to view for FREE on YouTube. This film is not only an incredible story of Oregon’s famous wolf, OR-7, but it’s an excellent film about the wild landscapes of the Pacific West, the amazing people who are a part of telling this story and the complexities of wolves’ return to the Pacific West. Join the Pacific Wolf Coalition and many others as we celebrate the importance of this film: ...

The Wolf OR-7 Expedition team retraced by bicycle and on foot the approximate route taken by a GPS - collared wolf called Wolf OR-7. The wolf was born in NE ...

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Joe EngelhartI sure hope the legacy he has started can continue on and grow without to many problems. I do believe that with strong groups such as the pacific wolf coalition , California wolf centre ,and the working circle there should be good things happen

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Pacific Wolves shared Wolf Conservation Center's Atka's Sings to the Snowflakes.

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Happy New Year and Happy Winter. Howl on!
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Howl on and let it snow!

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Natalie JewellWolf Facebooking...wish I knew what they were saying! Music to my ears..

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Pacific Wolves shared Conservation Northwest's post.

Check out these wildlife images from PWC member organization, Conservation Northwest, from their Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project:
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While most of our Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project remote camera sites are active only in the summer and fall, each winter our volunteers and staff maintain several sites looking for wolverines in remote areas of the Cascades. In 2016 one of them captured amazing new images of a gray wolf! Wolves typically reside at lower elevations during the winter, but individuals have been known to go on long walkabouts in search of food, mates or new territory. This collared wolf photographed in the Chiwaukum Mountains west of Leavenworth is a member of the Teanaway Pack. This is the third time we've photographed wolves traveling through this area. We've also photographed a number of wolverines here over the years. Wolverines are one of the few large mammals active in higher elevation areas throughout the winter. This makes the snowy months a great time to lure them in with scent and bait, documenting their presence and identifying individuals through "run pole" camera traps. This data helps state and federal scientists understand the status and range of wolverines in our region, information that can be used to support their recovery! We deploy these camera sites under the guidance of agency and professional scientists, and all research permits are obtained where required. We typically limit our use of bait during the summer to avoid attracting black bears or other non-target species. In this case, we waited several months before sharing these photos in part to ensure the wolf is no longer in this area. Learn more about our Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project and how to get involved at www.conservationnw.org/monitoring or in this short video: www.facebook.com/ConservationNW/videos/10153073366058748/ #WAWolves #Wolverine #TrailCam #WildlifeMonitoring

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Hannah Olson-BruceSuch a beauty!

3 months ago   ·  1

Ann Cahill-MakowskyYes, beautiful!

3 months ago

Victoria Tamblynawesome pics

3 months ago

Angela ScognamiglioThat is a gorgeous wolf!

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Pacific Wolves shared Wolf Conservation Center's photo.

Happy New Year from the Pacific Wolf Coalition. Here's a fitting message as we begin a new year.
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Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding. ~Albert Einstein

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Pacific Wolves shared Wolf Conservation Center's photo.

The weekend is right around the corner. Soon...very soon.
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Almost there!

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Judy BondarYes it is!

3 months ago

Judy BondarToo cute!

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A message worth pondering this weekend:

"Let nature be your teacher."
- William Wordsworth
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Today, on #GivingTuesday, we pause to thank all of you for following and supporting the work of the Pacific Wolf Coalition. One simple way to help gray wolves in the Pacific West states is to learn as much as you can about them – about their stories. Give the gift of knowledge and share what you know. A good start is to watch the Pacific Wolf Family video. ...

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Karyn EllisSo beautiful 🤗

4 months ago

Madison SmithBrought me to tears

4 months ago

William NixonThat's so sweet

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Cle FrancisBeautiful video

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“Gratitude bestows reverence…changing forever how we experience life and the world.”
– John Milton

This season, we are especially grateful for the hard work and dedication of all members of the Pacific Wolf Coalition. We also extend our gratitude to you for your support and involvement.
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For folks in Washington: Join our friends at Wolf Haven International on Tuesday, November 29th from 12:00-1:00pm as they host a public event to learn more about wolves in Washington. This event will be held at the Washington State History Museum.

Diane Gallegos and Linda Saunders of Wolf Haven International will discuss the importance of conserving Washington's wild wolves and providing a sanctuary for those needing rescue. They will also describe new efforts and methods in prairie conservation taking place at their Tenino sanctuary. Included in price of admission to Museum or program is $5.00.
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Kevin CounterIf only we were back living in Oregon, I would be there. There are so many wolf education seminars and events happening all over Oregon and Washington, yet we are stuck in Idaho. Patience, young grasshopper...we are moving back to the Portland area in the spring 2017.

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Pacific Wolves shared Wolf Conservation Center's Nikai's Song.

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A wolf howl to start your Monday...
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Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, ‘I will try again tomorrow.’ ~ Mary Anne Radmacher #standforwolves

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Don KrauseMaggie will be happy there

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Pacific Wolves shared National Wildlife Federation's album.

Lots to think about today. This collection of wildlife photos is a good start. Thanks for sharing, Conservation Northwest.
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Election Day have you feeling stressed? Take a few moments of peace and quiet to enjoy some adorable moments from the animal kingdom. (And don't forget to keep wildlife in mind as you vote today!)

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Pacific Wolves shared Oregon's Wolves's photo.

Wolf photo for the weekend? Yes! Exciting new photo of OR-7. Thanks for sharing, Oregon's Wolves.
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A new photo of OR7 released by ODFW. Taken on public lands less than two weeks ago, it may be the best photo we've seen of him!

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Tricia WardlawHe's perfect

5 months ago   ·  1

Oregon's WolvesHappy to share it! Happier to be able to!

5 months ago

Lisa DiceHe's the man, my inspiration, the first wolf to visit near me for a long, long time.

5 months ago

Stephanie CashinIs this the wolf they killed a couple months ago?

5 months ago

Mark CunninghamWhat a beauty.... run free OR7 (Journey) Lone Wolf

5 months ago

Diana KnappI am so happy to see this guy,stay safe out there...... .

5 months ago   ·  2

Barbara BoothLeave the wolves alone they are wonderful quit shooting them

5 months ago   ·  1

AboutWolfshopSo good !

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Pacific Wolves shared California Wolf Center's photo.

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Friday celebrations from the whole pack!

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Pacific Wolves updated their profile picture.

Photo provided by: California Wolf Center
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Pacific Wolves updated their profile picture.

Happy Howl-O-Ween from all of us at Pacific Wolves!
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Pacific Wolves shared Oregon Wild's Wolf OR-7 Expedition Film.

Join Oregon Wild in Eugene, Ore this Tuesday for a showing of the Wolf OR-7 Expedition film!
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Wolf OR-7 Expedition Film

November 1, 2016, 7:00pm

Bijou Art Cinemas

Follow six adventurers as they retrace the route taken by a GPS-collared Oregon wolf to explore human and wolf coexistence and meet the people along Wolf OR-7's route who now find themselves in wolf country. The Wolf OR-7 Expedition team retraced by bicycle and on foot the approximate route taken by the GPS-collared wolf called OR-7. The wolf was born in NE Oregon and in 2011 left his pack and dispersed South to find new territory. He became the first known wolf in California in 90 years, and he is still out there... Seating is limited for this event, please follow the link above for pre-sale tickets! Doors open at 6:30pm. Intoduction and film begin at 7pm.

Pacific Wolves shared Mexican gray wolves's photo.

Pretty neat pumpkin carving ideas. Have a great weekend and Howl-O-Ween.
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Here are some more #PumpkinCarving ideas. #Howloween #Halloween

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Pacific Wolves shared Mexican gray wolves's photo.

This is why we do what we do. Thanks for the reminder, Mexican gray wolves.
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This is how we get through the week!

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Pacific WolvesTrail camera footage of 2 pups from southern Oregon's Rogue pack, July 2016. Photo courtesy of OR Dept. of Fish and Wildlife.

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