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Gray Wolf in the Western Great Lakes

News Releases

 

December 21, 2011: Salazar Announces Recovery of Gray Wolves in the Western Great Lakes, Removal from Threatened and Endangered Species List

 

Aug. 25, 2011: Fish and Wildlife Service Reopens Comment Period on Revising the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife for the Gray Wolf in the Eastern United States

 

May 4, 2011: Interior Announces Next Steps in Protection, Recovery, and Scientific Management of Wolves (PDF)  

 

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Dec. 10, 2010: Status of Wolves in the Western Great Lakes Under the Endangered Species Act

 

Sept. 14, 2010: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Makes Initial Finding on Petitions to Remove Endangered Species Act Protection for Gray Wolves in the Western Great Lakes

 

Federal Register Notice

 

Information about the Petition Process

 

 

April 20, 2010: Fish and Wildlife Service Invites Comment on Applications for Permits for Wolf Activities in Michigan and Wisconsin

 

April 1, 2010: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Announces $1 Million to States For Wolf Livestock Compensation Project Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin will receive grants

 

January 12, 2010: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Investigating Wolf Killings in Three States

 

September 16, 2009 News Release: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Issues Final Rule Reinstating Endangered Species Act Protections for Western Great Lakes Wolves

 

June 29, 2009 News Release: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Statement on Status of Gray Wolves in the Western Great Lakes: Service Will Provide Additional Opportunity for Public Comment

 

April 2, 2009 Media Advisory: Final Rule Published Removing Gray Wolves in Western Great Lakes From Endangered Species List

 

March 6, 2009 News Release: Secretary Salazar Affirms Decision to Delist Gray Wolves in Western Great Lakes, Portion of Northern Rockies

 

Podcast - Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar held a press conference in Washington D.C. Friday to announce that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will remove the gray wolf from the list of threatened and endangered species in the western Great Lakes.

 

September 30, 2008 - Court ruling places western Great Lakes Gray Wolf back under Endangered Species Act protections

 

January 29, 2007: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Announces Delisting of Western Great Lakes Wolves

Information about the 2007 final rule to delist the Gray Wolf - Western Great Lakes Distinct Population Segment

 

Photos

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Wolf Photo 1. - please credit National Park Service
Wolf Photo 2. - please credit Douglas Smith, National Park Service
Wolf Photo 3. - please credit MacNeil Lyons, National Park Service
Wolf Photo 4. - please credit MacNeil Lyons, National Park Service
Wolf Photo 5. - please credit Douglas Smith, National Park Service
Wolf Photo 6. - please credit Scott Flaherty
Wolf Photo 7. - please credit Scott Flaherty

 

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Last updated: February 26, 2014