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L'OBS, 13/10/2016 

Un petit "chiot gratuit", ça ne se refuse pas. Mais l’Américain qui a mis la main sur cet animal de compagnie dans l'Arizona n’était pas au bout de ses surprises, comme le raconte mercredi la version britannique du magazine "Elle".

Le comportement du jeune chiot, baptisé Neo, est tout de suite étrange. Très nerveux, il a constamment besoin de compagnie et fait ses besoins partout dans la voiture du propriétaire. En outre, il prend la fuite dès qu’il en a l’occasion : il n'hésite pas à creuser sous la clôture ou à passer par-dessus pour courir jouer avec les bergers allemands des voisins. 

The Cap Times - Madison, Wisconsin, Sep 25, 2016

This is not a biological issue. It is a political issue…we want wolves gone.” ~ Statements made at the Sen. Tom Tiffany/Rep. Adam Jarchow Sept. 15 Great Lakes Wolf Summit


The actions and legislation of this U.S. Congress make me realize that hunters think that wilderness is a federally financed shooting range with roads leading across it from all directions, dogs fighting bears and wolves, forests emptied using steel-jaw traps, and living animals lined up for target practice.

Wolf Conservation Center


Date: September 3, 2016 / Time: 6:00pm

Fee: $14 - adults / $11 - children under 12

The red wolf (Canis rufus) is one of the world’s most endangered wild canids. Once common throughout the southeastern United States, red wolf populations were decimated by the 1960s due to intensive predator control programs and loss of habitat. In 1980, USFWS declared red wolves extinct in the wild. A few survived only in captivity, their wildness caged. 

newser, Aug 9, 2016

One of the world's most famous wolf packs may have howled its last after years of being targeted by hunters. The East Fork wolf pack in Alaska's Denali National Park was down to a female and her two pups a few months ago, but there has been no sign of them recently and their den appears empty, biologists say. 


The female's mate was seen dead at a hunting camp in May and Park Service wildlife biologist Bridget Borg tells Alaska Public Media that three out of four radio-collared wolves in the much-studied pack have been killed by hunters in the last year. The advocacy group Alaskans for Wildlife says wolf numbers in the area are falling because of hunting and trapping by a "handful of people."

France Info, 03/07/2016

Les parcs de l’ouest des États-Unis font rêver, transmettent aux visiteurs l’Amérique des origines : Yellowstone, premier parc créé au monde est une véritable terre vivante où les loups sont protégés.