The Searching Wolf

Some Recent Magazine Articles

Alaskan Wolves

Beasley, Conger Jr.,
Alaskan wolf culling,
Buzzworm: The Environmental Journal 5(1):41 (Jan. 1993).

Bowermaster, David,
Howling time,
U.S. News & World Report 114(2):15 (Jan. 18, 1993).

A meeting debating the future of the Alaskan wolf.

Crane, Candace,
The aerial war on wolves,
Animals 125(3):34 (May 1992).

"Land-and-shoot" hunting of wolves in Alaska.

Grisanzio, James A.,
Big, bad wolf hunts,
Animals 129(2):38 (Mar. 1995).

Alaska's wolf killing.

Haber, Gordon,
The Toklat wolves: An enduring family lineage in peril,
Act*ionLine, Issue CV:30-35 (Summer 1999).

Haber, Gordon,
Denali wolves again denied protection,
Act*ionLine, Issue CXIII:10-15 (Fall 2001).

Harms, Cathie,
Wolves may be on the move in Alaska,
International Wolf 7(4):19 (Winter 1997).

Kerasota, Ted,
The great Alaskan wolf debate,
Sports Afield 216(5):12-13+ (Nov. 1993).

Keszler, Eric,
Wolves & big game: Searching for balance in Alaska,
American Hunter 21(5):38-39+ (May 1993).

Pacelle, Wayne,
Wolf control out of control,
Animals' Agenda 14(2):32-33 (Mar. 1994).

Alaska's ground-based wolf control policy is discussed.

Rosenberger, Jack,
Alaska's aerial wolf hunt grounded ... For now,
E: The Environmental Magazine 4(3):10 (May 1993).

Sherwonit, Bill,
Wolf showdown in Alaska,
Defenders 71(3):45-52 (Summer 1996).

Sims, Grant,
The wolves of Denali,
Alaska 57(6):22-24 (June 1991).

Williams, Ted,
Alaska's war on the wolves,
Audubon 95(3):44-50 (May 1993).

Arctic Wolves

Gibson, Nancy,
On wolf time in the high Arctic,
International Wolf 4(1):8-13 (Spring 1994).

Mech, L. David,
At home with the Arctic wolf,
National Geographic 171(5):562-593 (May 1987).

Mech, L. David,
The perils of living with wolves,
International Wolf 5(4):3-7 (Winter 1995).

Mech, L. David,
Wolf pack witness,
Audubon 98(6):78-87 (Nov.-Dec. 1996).

Petersen, Ulf Marquard,
The world's northernmost wolves,
International Wolf 7(4):9-11 (Winter 1997).

Attacks on Humans

Wolves and "child lifting" in India,
International Wolf 6(4):16 (Winter 1996).

Rennicke, Jeff,
Red Riding Hood's legacy,
Backpacker 23(3):26-29 (Apr. 1995).

How dangerous are wolves in the wild?

Tubbs, Nancy Jo,
Cry wolf: Tracking down an alleged wolf attack on a human,
International Wolf 4(2):6-10 (Summer 1994).

Attitudes about Wolves

Askins, Renee,
Releasing wolves from symbolism,
Harper's 290(1739):15-17 (Apr. 1995).

Fritts, Steven H.,
A greater tolerance: The coexistence of wolves and humans,
International Wolf 10(1):8-11 (Spring 2000).

Mech, L. David,
Who's afraid of the big bad wolf?
Audubon 92(2):82-85 (Mar. 1990).

Meyers, Cathy,
Wolf facts and friction,
Field & Stream (South Edition) 99(11):87 (Mar. 1995).

Emotions and superstition have led to hatred of wolves which
has contributed to a decline in their numbers.

Steinhart, Peter,
Taming our fear of predators,
National Wildlife 27(2):4-13 (Feb.-Mar. 1989).

Theberge, J.B.,
The future of the wolf: Biology or bioethics,
Seasons 29)15-20 (1989).

Thompson, Steve,
Will Wyoming warm to wolves?,
High Country News 29(17):13 (Sept. 15, 1997).

California Wolves

Geddes-Osborne, Alexandra and Malcolm Margolin,
Man and Wolf,
Defenders 76(2):36-41 (Spring 2001).

Schmidt, R.H.,
Gray wolves in California: Their presence and absence,
California Fish and Game 77(2):79-85 (1991).

Canadian Wolves

Yukon wolf-kill program resumed,
Animals' Agenda 15(2):9 (1995).

Carbyn, Ludwig N.,
Canada's 50,000 wolves,
International Wolf 4(4):3-8 (Winter 1994).

Sen, Sonja,
Wolves blamed for ecological imbalances,
Alternatives 21(2):10 (Apr. 1995).

The government of the Yukon Territory wants to kill some
wolves to revitalize the caribou population.

Struzik, Ed,
The art of loving wolves,
International Wildlife 24(1):18-23 (Jan. 1994).

How Canadian artists have rendered the wolf over
the years.

Watt, Eric,
Yukon wolf kill: The wildlife hot seat,
Canadian Geographic 114(1):12 (Jan. 1994).

Dog Evolution

Cohn, Jeffrey,
How wild wolves became domestic dogs,
Bioscience 47(11):725-728 (Dec. 1997).

Lange, Karen E.,
Wolf to woof,
National Geographic 201(1):2-11 (Jan. 2002).

Mestel, Rosie,
Ascent of the dog,
Discover 15(10):90-98 (Oct. 1994).

Morey, Darcey F.,
The early evolution of the domestic dog,
American Scientist 82(4):336-347 (Jul.-Aug. 1994).

European and Asian Wolves

Increase in Baltic wolves has hunters taking up arms,
International Wolf 6(4):17 (Winter 1996).

Bergman, Charles,
Spain's Wolf Wars,
International Wildlife 27(2):22-29 (Mar.-Apr. 1997).

Bibikov, Dimitri,
Wolves in Russia,
International Wolf 3(2):18-19 (Summer 1993).

Bleisch, Bill,
Asia present: The challenges among China's wolves,
International Wolf 9(4):6-8 (Winter 1999).

Boitani, Luigi,
Europe present: Restoring Europe's wolves,
International Wolf 9(4):10-12 (Winter 1999).

Eyck, Laura Ten,
Endangered in Europe: The big, 'bad' wolf,
Animals 127(1):8-13 (Jan. 1994).

The ability of European wolves to survive.

Gibson, Nancy,
The slow recovery of the "varg" in Sweden,
International Wolf 6(2):16-17 (Summer 1996).

Gibson, Nancy,
New study on Israel's wolves underway,
International Wolf 7(1):15-16 (Spring 1997).

Green, William,
The company of wolves,
New Scientist 141(1913 - suppl.):11-13 (Feb. 19, 1994).

Carpathian wolves.

Hell, Pavel and Jaroslav Slamecka,
The wolves of the Slovakian Carpathians,
International Wolf 7(2):14-15 (Summer 1997).

Jhala, Y.V.,
The Indian Wolf,
International Wolf 3(2):16-17 (Summer 1993).

Klaffke, Oliver,
The company of wolves,
New Scientist 161(2172):18-19 (Feb. 6, 1999).

Kypridemos, Nikitas,
Wolves and livestock: A letter from Greece,
International Wolf 4(4):13-14 (Winter 1994).

Lequette, B., T. Houard, M.L. Poulle, and T. Dahier,
The wolf returns to France,
International Wolf 5(4):8-9 (Winter 1995).

McNamee, Thomas,
The return of il Lupo,
Natural History 105(12):50-53+ (Dec. 1996/Jan. 1997).

About Italian wolves and wolf researcher Luigi Boitani.

McIntyre, Rick,
Wolves for Scotland?,
International Wolf 5(4):10-11 (Winter 1995).

McIntyre, Rick,
Wolf reintroduction in Japan?,
International Wolf 6(1):13-15+ (Spring 1996).

Meier, Tom,
Live-trapping wolves in the Golan Heights,
International Wolf 8(3):5-8 (Fall 1998).

Mueller, Cynthia,
Wolves eat watermelon,
International Wolf 3(3):10-13 (Fall 1993).

About wolf-watching in Israel.

Promberger, Christoph,
Project wolf,
BBC Wildlife pp. 70-76 (Jul. 1999).

About Romanian wolves.

Promberger, Christoph and Ovidiu Ionescu,
The Carpathian wolf -- Romania at its wildest,
International Wolf 6(1):16-17 (Spring 1996).

Quammen, David,
The Post-Communist wolf,
Outside XXV(12):88-96+ (Dec. 2000).

Romanian wolves.

Ron, Tamar,
Unique wolves in a conflict zone,
International Wolf 8(3):3-5 (Fall 1998).

About the wolves of the Golan Heights in northeastern Israel.

Spassov, Nikolai,
The wolf in Bulgaria,
International Wolf 4(2):17 (Summer 1994).

Spinney, Laura,
Return to the wild,
New Scientist 145(1960):35-38 (Jan. 14, 1995).

Movement to restore wolves to Scotland.

Stevenson, Carole,
Europe past: Europe remembers the wolf,
International Wolf 9(4):9 (Winter 1999).

Tubbs, Nancy jo,
The wolves of Iberia,
International Wolf 7(4):17-18 (Winter 1997).

Zhongxin, Gao with the editors of the International Wolf,
The present status of the wolf in China,
International Wolf 4(2):15-16 (Summer 1994).

General and Other Topics

Bass, Rick,
The future of America's predators,
Sports Afield 213(6):80-85 (Jun. 1995).

The future of America's large predators.

Brandt, Ellen,
How much is a gray wolf worth?
National Wildlife 31(4):4-13 (Jun.-Jul. 1993).

What is wildlife worth?

Carothers, Andre,
Will the wolf survive?,
E: The Environmental Magazine 6(4):64 (Jul.1995).

DeBoer, Kristin A. and Kathleen H. Fitzgerald,
Wolves know no boundaries: The need for United States-Canadian cooperation in protecting wolves and their habitat,
International Wolf 8(2):3-5 (Summer 1998).

Dekker, Dick,
Is "gray" wolf a misnomer?,
International Wolf 9(3):3-6 (Fall 1999).

France, Tom,
Wolf debate focuses on the use of public lands for livestock grazing,
International Wolf 11(3):16-19 (Fall 2001).

Grooms, Steve,
Legends of the "outlaw" wolves,
International Wolf 10(4):12-14 (Winter 2000).

Grooms, Steve,
Uncovering the realities behind "outlaw" wolf legends, Part II,
International Wolf 11(1):8-10 (Spring 2001).

Grooms, Steve,
Understanding the reclassification controversy,
International Wolf 11(2):4-7 (Summer 2001).

Harper, Liz,
Non-lethal wolf depredation control methods: How well do they work?
International Wolf 11(3):12-13 (Fall 2001).

Hinrichsen, Don,
Wolves around the world,
Defenders 73(4):6-13 (Fall 1998).

Leopold, Estella B.,
Why we need the wolf,
Defenders 73(4):41-42 (Fall 1998).

Little, Charles E.,
The old wild life,
Wilderness 54(193):10-16+ (Summer 1991).

Included is a presentation of how gray wolves were
eliminated from Yellowstone.

Locke, Harvey,
Yellowstone to Yukon,
Wildlife Conservation 99(5):24-31 (Sept.-Oct. 1996).

About keeping wildlife "highways" open.

Macys, Valerie,
Crying wolf: Farley Mowat, teller of tall tales,
International Wolf 6(4):3-6 (1996).

McNamee, Thomas,
Wolves of the world,
Natural History 105(12):54-55 (Dec. 1996/Jan. 1997).

Merrill, Samuel,
The wolves of Camp Ripley,
International Wolf 6(1):7-8+ (Spring 1996).

About wolves living on a National Guard training site.

Monks, Vicki,
Farm Bureau vs. nature,
Defenders 73(4):14-22 (Fall 1998).

"The attack on Yellowstone's wolves is part of a sweeping anti-environmental campaign" the Farm Bureau and others...

Paul, Bill,
Wolf depredation control in Minnesota,
International Wolf 11(3):11-12 (Fall 2001).

Selinger, Tom,
The wolf: Managing America's most revered and reviled resource,
The Boundary Waters Journal 2(3):9-11+ (Winter 1988).

Wolf management and depredation.

Thomas, Elizabeth Marshall,
Man's next-best friend,
The New York Review 42(19):28-30 (Nov. 30, 1995).

Tubbs, Nancy Jo,
Wildlands and the wolf,
International Wolf 10(1):4-7 (Spring 2000).

Wilkinson, Todd,
Return of the wolf,
Backpacker 21(5):16-18 (June 1993).

How to known if a wolf is in an area.

Isle Royale Wolves

Bower, Joe,
Isle Royale wolves rebound,
Audubon 97(6):22 (Nov. 1995).

Line, Les,
Watching wolves on a wild ride,
National Wildlife 39(1):20-27 (Dec.-Jan. 2001).

Mlot, Christine,
Isle Royale: End of an era?,
Science 261(5125):1115 (Aug. 27, 1993).

Peterson, Rolf,
Wolves increase on Isle Royale, moose crash,
International Wolf 6(2):18-19 (Summer 1996).

Peterson, Rolf,
The dance of death,
Earthwatch 15(3):17-20 (May/Jun. 1996).

Excerpted from Peterson's book The Wolves of Isle Royale
(Willow Creek Press, Minocqua, WI).

Peterson, Rolf,
Life on Isle Royale: Dramatic encounter ends with unexpected twist,
International Wolf 11(1):4-7 (Spring 2001).

Looking for Wolves

Baker, Alyson,
Five days in Yellowstone,
International Wolf 11(1):11-13 (Spring 2001).

Crowley, Kate,
Weekend with the wolves,
MPLS. St. Paul 19(1):20 (Jan 1991).

A weekend spent looking for wolves.

Hope, Jack,
The wolf close-up,
Good Housekeeping 219(1):95 (Jul. 1994).

Places to view packs of wolves.

Mech, L. David,
How can I see a wolf?,
International Wolf 5(1):8-11 (Spring 1995).

A guide to wolf viewing.

O'Gara, Geoffrey,
Way to Go: Wolf Watchers,
Sierra 84(3):28-29 (May-June 1999).

Watching wolves in Yellowstone National Park.

Varley, Nathan,
Wolfspotter's valley,
Defenders 74(3):18-20 (Summer 1999).

Watching wolves in Yellowstone National Park.

Mexican Wolf

Lost lobos,
Animals' Agenda 15(2):36-37 (1995).

About a future release of Mexican wolves in the southwestern

Mexican wolf returns to the wild,
Endangered Species Bulletin 23(2-3):12-13 (Mar.-Jun. 1998).

Death and new life among reintroduced Mexican wolves,
International Wolf 8(3):22 (Fall 1998).

Bass, Rick,
Halfway home,
Audubon 100(2):60-67+ (Mar.-Apr. 1998).

Brown, Wendy,
Mexican wolf recovery: On the border,
International Wolf 6(1):3-6 (Spring 1996).

Brown, Wendy M.,
Back from the brink of extinction: The Mexican wolf,
International Wolf 5(1):3-7 (Spring 1995).

Brown, Wendy M.,
Will el lobo return?,
Endangered Species UPDATE 12(10-11):SS20-SS21 (Oct.1995).

Easthouse, Keith,
Who's afraid of the Mexican wolf?,
Outside 21(2):20-21 (Feb. 1996).

Robinson, Michael J.,
Mexican wolf fate teeters between science and politics,
International Wolf 11(4):8-11 (Winter 2001).

Savage, Harlin,
It's go for El Lobo: Federal officials approve release of captive Mexican wolves,
Defenders 72(2):34 (Spring 1997).

Savage, Harlin,
Waiting for El Lobo,
Defenders 70(4):8-15 (Fall 1995).

Minnesota Wolves

Fritts, Steven H. and William J. Paul,
Interactions of wolves and dogs in Minnesota,
International Wolf 3(3):26-27 (Fall 1993).

Hart, John,
Keeping the wolf from the door,
International Wolf 9(2):3-6 (Summer 1999).

Wolves living near humans.

Lien, David A.,
Minnesota's Wolves: A Conservation Success Story...Almost,
The Boundary Waters Journal 11(3):5-7 (Winter 1997).

Mooney, Rick,
The trouble with timber wolves,
Field & Stream (South Edition) 100(4):66 (Aug. 1995).

About the concern Minnesota hunters have for wolves killing
deer and their wanting the timber wolf off the endangered species

Paul, Bill,
The great Minnesota wolf debate: Wolf depredation on livestock and pets in Minnesota,
International Wolf 8(2):17-19 (Summer 1998).

Route, Bill,
No easy answers: Effects of wolf population expansion on deer hunting in northern Minnesota,
International Wolf 8(3):19-21 (Fall 1998).

Route, Bill,
Managing Minnesota's wolves,
International Wolf 9(3):7-8, 10 (Fall 1999).

Schimpf, Ann,
Minnesota's wolf legend: It's a local issue with national implications,
Lake Superior Port Cities 6(2):26-28+ (Fall 1984).

Williams, Ted,
Living with wolves,
Audubon 102(6):50-57 (Nov.-Dec. 2000).

Natural History

Boehm, Frederick J., III,
The lone male wolf of the Sandhill Wildlife Area,
International Wolf 7(3):7-9 (Fall 1997).

"A young naturalist helps track a wolf to determine its diet".

Breining, Greg,
Hunters and the hunted,
International Wolf 7(3):10-12 (Fall 1997).

"Russian research provides insights into how predators select their prey."

Dekker, Dick,
Do wolves think? Part one,
International Wolf 6(3):7-10 (Fall 1996).

Dekker, Dick,
Predator or prey?: Observations on the relationships between wolves and other predators, Part two
International Wolf 6(4):7-10 (Winter 1996).

Gibson, Nancy,
Wolves: Engineers of biodiversity,
International Wolf 9(2):7-9 (Summer 1999).

Haber, Gordon,
Notes from the Toklat Den: The role of yearling wolves,
Act*ionLine, Issue CVI:32-36 (Fall 1999).

Hutchinson, Jay,
Strife among wolves: When aliens meet,
International Wolf 4(4):19-21 (Winter 1994).

Hutchinson, Jay,
Wolf sensory organs: How keen are they?,
International Wolf 6(2):20-22 (Summer 1996).

Hutchinson, Jay,
Denning: When wolves are in the family way,
International Wolf 8(2):20-21 (Summer 1998).

Hutchinson, Jay,
What is a wolf pack?,
International Wolf 8(3):23 (Fall 1998).

Licht, Daniel S.,
The vanished wolves of the Great Plains,
International Wolf 7(3):3-6 (Fall 1997).

Mech, L. David,
Howling with wolves,
International Wolf 6(3):3-6 (Fall 1996).

Olson, Denny,
Wolf: Looking into the eye of the beast,
The Boundary Waters Journal 3(4):21-24 (Spring 1990).

Smith, Douglas and Rick McIntyre,
How did the Druid Peak Pack get to be so big?,
International Wolf 12(1):4-7 (Spring 2002).

Wydeven, Adrian P.,
Travels of a Midwestern disperser,
International Wolf 4(1):20-22 (Spring 1994).

Wydeven, Adrian P.,
Travels of a Midwest disperser -- Part II,
International Wolf 5(1):22-23 (Spring 1995).


Callahan, Peggy,
Wildlife Science Center teaches young and old alike,
International Wolf 7(4):21 (Winter 1997).

Crane, Candace,
The wolf lady
Animals 129(1):32-33 (Jan. 1996).

Profile of Bobbie Holaday an activist working to restore the
Mexican wolf to Arizona and founder of Preserve Arizona's
Wolves (PAWS).

Maechtle, Kathy,
Idaho's Wolf Education and Research Center,
International Wolf 7(4):20 (Winter 1997).

Mech, L. David,
The wolves come home,
The Boundary Waters Journal 7(1):76-78 (Summer 1993).

About the International Wolf Center.

Robinson, Michael,
Wolf recovery in Colorado: Can a new campaign change federal
land policy and restore wolves?,
International Wolf 4(1):23-24 (Spring 1994).

About Sinapu, a group advocating restoration of wolves to Colorado.

Photographing Wolves

Brandenburg, Jim,
My dances with wolves,
International Wildlife 21(4):30-36 (Jul.-Aug. 1991).

Brandenburg, Jim,
In the company of wolves,
National Wildlife 33(1):4-11 (Dec.-Jan. 1995).

Sloan, Monty,
Wild About Wolves,
Popular Photography 59(6):71-79 (Jun. 1995).

Werner, Steve,
Outdoor Photographer 5(5):28-39+ (June 1989).

Jim Brandenburg photographing Arctic wolves.


Bugle Editor,
Wolves & Elk,
Bugle 13(4):105 (Fall 1996).

Introduction to a group of articles on wolves and elk.

Crabtree, Bob,
Claws and hooves in Yellowstone,
Bugle 13(4):117-120 (Fall 1996).

Glaser, Frank and Jim Rearden,
Wolves don't live by the rules,
Outdoor Life 187(1):54-55+ (Jan. 1991).

Hayes, Bob,
Hunters of moose,
International Wolf 3(2):6-9 (Summer 1993).

Hutchinson, Jay,
To catch a whitetail,
International Wolf 3(2):24 (Summer 1993).

Hutchinson, Jay,
Why not just move livestock-killing wolves?,
International Wolf 7(1):20-21 (Spring 1997).

McRae, Bill,
Their wolves and my elk,
Bugle 13(4):110-114 (Fall 1996).

Osthoff, Stuart,
Predator & prey realities,
The Boundary Waters Journal 4(3):48 (Winter 1990).

Osthoff, Stuart,
Hunting with the wolves,
The Boundary Waters Journal 8(3):12-16 (Winter 1994).

Petersen, David,
In praise of predators,
Bugle 13(4):106-109 (Fall 1996).

Turbak, Gary,
When Carnivores Clash,
National Wildlife 36(4):32-39 (Jun.-Jul. 1998).

Van Tighem, Kevin,
Brother Wolf,
Bugle 13(4):115-116 (Fall 1996)).

Wagner, Frederic H. and Mark S. Boyce,
Too many elk in Yellowstone?,
Bugle 14(5):76-89 (Winter 1998).

Two articles presenting different opinions about whether wolves and winter can properly regulate the number of elk in Yellowstone National Park: Wagner doesn't think wolves and winter can do this ("Eroded streambanks and vanishing aspen: Legacy of natural regulation?" pages 79-84; Boyce believes they can in "Let wolves and winter decide," pages 85-89.

Red Wolf

Bourne, Joel,
Hyde County's wolf war,
Defenders 70(2):10-17 (Spring 1995).

About a campaign to derail North Carolina's red wolf restoration.

DeBlieu, Jan,
Could the red wolf be a mutt?,
New York Times Magazine p. 6+ (Jun. 14, 1992).

Dillon, Tom,
North Carolina sees red over wolves,
Outdoor Life 194(5):92 (Nov. 1994).

About the bill allowing landowners to kill red wolves that seem
to be a threat.

Gilbreath, Jennifer,
A bright decade for the red wolf,
Endangered Species Bulletin 23(2-3):18-20 (Mar.-Jun. 1998).

Kidder, Chris,
Return of the red wolf,
Nature Conservancy 42(5):10-15 (Sept.-Oct. 1992).

Kreuzman, Joseph L.,
Red wolves return to Great Smoky Mountains,
National Parks 65(3-4):9-10 (Mar. 1991).

Manuel, John,
Red wolf showdown,
Audubon 97(2):22-24 (Mar. 1995).

Manuel, John,
Landowners see red,
Field & Stream (South Edition) 100(8):77 (Dec. 1995).

Nemecek, Sasha,
Return of the red wolf,
Scientific American 274(1):31-32 (Jan. 1996).

The controversy over red wolf taxonomy endangers protection

Nickens, T. Edward,
Canid Conundrum,
National Wildlife 40(1):22-27 (Dec.-Jan. 2002).

Coyotes threaten red wolves.

Phillips, Michael K.,
Red wolf reintroduction: The experiment succeeds,
International Wolf 3(3):4-8 (Fall 1993).

Rancourt, Linda M.,
Red Wolf Redux,
National Parks 71(5-6):47 (May-June 1997).

Waddell, Will,
AZA species survival plan profile: red wolves,
Endangered Species UPDATE 13(10 & 11):10-11 (Oct.-Nov. 1996).

Wayne, Robert K. and John L. Gittleman,
The problematic red wolf,
Scientific American 273(1):36-39 (Jul. 1995).

Is the red wolf a hybrid of the gray wolf and the coyote?


Yellowstone values, wildlife defended.
National Parks 69(3-4):10-11 (Mar. 1995).

Rebirth of Yellowstone's wolves,
National Wildlife 35(5):44-45 (Aug.-Sept. 1997).

Painting of Yellowstone wolf pups by John Seerey-Lester.

Begley, Sharon with Larry Wilson, Mary Hager, and Peter Annin,
Return of the wolf,
Newsweek 118(7):44-50 (Aug. 12, 1991).

Bean, Michael, J.,
Tenth Circuit Court upholds wolf reintroduction,
Endangered Species UPDATE 17(2):26-27 (Mar.-Apr. 2000).

Bestul, Scott,
Wolves fight the odds in Wisconsin,
E: The Environmental Magazine 6(2):16-17 (Mar. 1995).

Bourret, Larry, Renee Askins, and John Talbott,
Wolves for Wyoming?,
Wyoming Wildlife 56(1):8-23 (Jan. 1992).

Three articles, each expressing a different point of view on the
return of the wolf to Wyoming.

Brewster, Wayne G., Norman A. Bishop, Paul Schullery, and
John Varley,
The public has spoken: Wolves belong in Yellowstone,
International Wolf 5(2):3-5 (Summer 1995).

Carpenter, Betsy,
Precarious return of the wolf,
U.S. News & World Report 118(2):21 (Jan 16, 1995).

Will the wolves reintroduced into Yellowstone stay there?

Carpenter, Betsy with Lisa Busch,
The comeback wolves,
U.S. News and World Report 117(23):76-78 (Dec. 12, 1994).

Cecil, Maria,
The Wolf Prospect Brightens,
Defenders 72(1):28-33 (Winter 1996-97).

Chadwick, Douglas H.,
Montana's wolf recovery,
Defenders 70(1):18-27 (Winter 1994-95).

Chadwick, Douglas H.,
Return of the gray wolf,
National Geographic 193(5):72-99 (May 1998).

Cheater, Mark,
Wolf spirit returns to Idaho,
National Wildlife 36(5):32-41 (Aug.-Sept. 1998).

Cohn, Jeffrey P.,
Endangered wolf population increases,
BioScience 40(9):628-632 (Oct. 1990).

Corbett, Sara,
On the run with wolf B36,
The New York Times Magazine, Pages 66-69 (Oct. 29, 2000).

Couturier, Lisa,
Return of the native,
E: The Environmental Magazine 3(6):18-19 (Nov. 1992).

Yellowstone wolf restoration discussed.

Crane, Candace,
Return to the wild,
Animals 131(4):22-27+ (Jul.-Aug. 1998).

Daerr, Elizabeth G.,
A howling success,
National Parks 74(11-12):24-29 (Nov.-Dec. 2000).

Di Silvestro, Roger,
No longer top dog,
National Wildlife 34(6):14-23 (Oct.-Nov. 1996).

Effects of reintroduced wolves on the coyotes of Yellowstone National Park.

Diamond, Seth,
The prairie wolf returns,
International Wolf 4(1):3-7 (Spring 1994).

Dorsey, Lloyd,
Preserving corridors for all species,
International Wolf 11(2):11-13 (Summer 2001).

Fascione, Nina and Stephen Kendrot,
The northeastern wolf question,
Defenders 76(1):27-33 (Winter 2000-2001).

Ferris, Robert,
Will wolves return to the Olympic Peninsula?,
International Wolf 7(3):18-19 (Fall 1997).

Fischer, Hank,
The wolf settles in at Yellowstone,
Defenders 73(3):21-28 (Summer 1998).

Freyfogle, Eric T.,
Owning the wolf,
Dissent 41(4):481-487 (Fall 1994).

Private property and the return of the wolf to Montana and Idaho.

Gantenbein, Douglas,
The music of the woods,
National Parks 72(1-2):26-29 (Jan.-Feb. 1998).

"A proposal to return wolves to Olympic National Park is on the fast track."

Gerhardt, Gary,
Canis lupus comes home,
Defenders 70(1):8-14 (Winter 1994-95).

Gibson, Nancy,
The two sides of wolf restoration: Recolonization and reintroduction,
International Wolf 7(2):3-4 (Summer 1997).

Glowa, John,
Have wolves returned to the Northeast?
International Wolf 6(4):17-19 (1996).

Harrison, George,
Wolves of North America,
Sports Afield 206(6):56-59+ (Dec 1991).

The near extinction of wolves and their restoration is

Haas, Jeff,
Catching wolves without a piggin' string,
International Wolf 6(2):9-12 (Summer 1996).

About capturing wolves in British Columbia for the 1996
relocation effort.

Herring, Hal,
Wolves in America,
Bugle 17(5):112-122 (Sept.-Oct. 2000).

Yellowstone elk and reintroduced wolves.

Holloway, Marguerite,
Wolves at the door: Can we learn to dance with wild things again?
Discover 21(6):58-65 (June 2000).

Hutchinson, Jay, Dave Mech, and Paul Paquet,
Gray wolf reintroduction in Adirondack Park,
International Wolf 11(2):8-10 (Summer 2001).

Ingle, Moira,
Wolves versus timber,
Defenders 71(2):14-25 (Spring 1996).

Jimenez, Mike,
Tolerance and respect help Ninemile wolves recover,
International Wolf 5(3):18-19 (Fall 1995).

Junkin, Elizabeth Darby,
Buzzworm: The Environmental Journal 3(1):46-53 (Jan 1991).

Returning wolves to Yellowstone National Park.and
Glacier National Park.

Kellett, Michael J. and Kristin A. DeBoer,
Northeast wolf recovery on the move,
International Wolf 6(4):20-22 (Winter 1996).

Kerasote, Ted,
Wolves, ranchers and hunters,
Sports Afield 214(6):22-23 (Winter 1995).

Koch, Ted,
A personal perspective ... Bringing the wolf back to Idaho,
International Wolf 6(1):18-20 (Spring 1996).

Kluger, Jeffrey,
The big (not so bad) wolves of Yellowstone,
Time 151(2):22-25 (Jan. 19, 1998).

"Back from extinction, the gray wolf is threatened again - this time by a federal court."

Licht, Dan,
Wolves attempt to colonize the Dakotas,
International Wolf 3(2):21-22 (Summer 1993).

Linden, Eugene,
Search for the wolf,
Time 140(19):66-67 (Nov. 9, 1992).

Effects of wolf migration discussed.

Linn, Amy,
Are wolves returning to Yellowstone on their own?
Audubon 95(2):28 (Mar. 1993).

Long, Ben,
Reversal of fortune,
Defenders 75(2):14-19 (Spring 2000).

Struggles of Northwestern Montana wolves.

Mack, Curt,
The wolf's return to central Idaho,
International Wolf 7(4):3-8 (Winter 1997).

Mackay, Katurah,
Count ruling may spell doom for park wolves (NPCA Park News - Wildlife),
National Parks 72(3-4):13 (Mar.-Apr. 1998).

McNamee, Gregory and Jim Zumbo,
Sportsmen's voices: Wolf reintroduction,
Outdoor Life 200(3):20-26 (Oct. 1997).

A pro article (McNamee) and a con article (Zumbo) about wolf reintroduction.

McNamee, Thomas,
Warring over wolves,
Defenders 70(1):15-17 (Winter 1994-95).

Wyoming courtroom battle.

McNulty, Tim,
Olympic Park's Missing Predator,
Defenders 72(3):6-13 (Summer 1997).

Mech, L. David,
The wolf's world brightens,
Defenders 70(1):28-29 (Winter 1994-95).

Mitchell, John G.,
Uncle Sam's undeclared war against wildlife: Part 3,
Wildlife Conservation 97(5):20-31 (Sept.-Oct. 1994).

There are many positions on the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone National Park and Idaho.

Mitchell, Kim,
The act of saving the wolf,
Endangered Species Bulletin 23(2-3):14-17 (Mar.-Jun. 1998)

Mlot, Christine,
The coyotes of Lamar Valley,
Science News 153(5):76-78 (Jan. 31, 1998).

"In Yellowstone, the master adaptor learns to deal with wolves."

Nemeth, Mary,
Wolves in the wild,
Maclean's 109(7):78-79 (Feb. 12, 1996).

Support and opposition to the return of wolves to Idaho and
Yellowstone National Park.

Phillips, Michael K.,
Wolf restoration is a touchstone,
International Wolf 5(2):24-26 (Summer 1995).

Phillips, Michael K.,
Individual rights and the Endangered Species Act: The Yellowstone wolf reintroduction as a case study,
International Wolf 8(3):9-12 (Fall 1998).

Phillips, Mike,
In support of reintroduction,
International Wolf 7(2):5-8 (Summer 1997).

Preiser, Rachel,
Return of the wolves,
Discover 17(1):56 (Jan. 1996).

Ream, Bob,
In support of recolonization,
International Wolf 7(2):8-9 (Summer 1997).

Rembert, Tracey C. and Jim Motavalli,
Troubled homecoming,
E: The Environmental Magazine 9(2):28-35 (Mar.-Apr. 1998).

The return of predators to the wild.

Rennicke, Jeff,
The Long Journey Home,
Backpacker 27(4):48-56 (May 1999).

About the return of wolves to Wisconsin's northwoods.

Richardson, Valerie,
Decrying wolves,
National Review 47(5):28-30 (Mar. 30, 1995).

Wolves are reintroduced despite the problems they
cause western ranchers.

Ricciuti, Edward R.,
The Iron Creek Incident,
Wildlife Conservation 98(6):50-55 (Nov. 1996).

A newly released wolf dies as a result of a confrontation
between Fish & Wildlife officials and a local sheriff.

Ridgley, Heidi,
The clouded wolf prospect,
Defenders 75(4):6-7 (Fall 2000).

Federal plan and possible restoration sites.

Robbins, Jim,
Return of the wolf,
Wildlife Conservation 100(2):44+ (Mar.-Apr. 1997).

The Nez Perce tribe's involvement in restoring the gray wolf to Idaho.

Robinson, Michael,
Wolf recovery debate moves to Colorado,
Endangered Species UPDATE 11(12):19-20 (Oct. 1994).

Savage, Harlin,
Wolves for the Adirondacks?,
Defenders 71(3):6-13 (Summer 1996).

Savage, Harlin,
Lake Superior's wolf comeback,
Defenders 71(4):18-22 (Fall 1996).

Seaton, Jill,
Let nature take its course,
Nature Canada 24(1):6+ (Winter 1995).

Yellowstone wolf reintroduction program discussed.

Sides, Hampton,
Return of the hunted,
Outside 20(4):105-107 (Apr. 1995).

Smith, Suzanne,
Howl about wolves,
Science World 47(10):2-3 (Feb 8, 1991).

Returning wolves to Yellowstone.

Snape, William J., III,
Big win for wolves,
Defenders 75(2):6-7 (Spring 2000).

Court ruling on Judge Downes's Yellowstone reintroduction decision.

Stalling, David,
Learning about wolves and elk,
Bugle 17(5):126-128 (Sept.-Oct. 2000).

Thiel, Richard P.,
The wolf returns to central Wisconsin,
International Wolf 6(2):3-7 (Summer 1996).

Weber, Bill,
Way of the wolf: Can timber wolves come back to the northeast?,
Wildlife Conservation 102(6):36-41 (Nov.-Dec. 1999).

Westrup, Hugh,
Vanishing animals return home,
Current Science 80(4):4-6 (Oct. 21, 1994).

The reappearance of vanished species: Moose to Michigan,
buffalo to the great plains, and wolves to Yellowstone.

Wilkinson, Todd,
Bringing back the pack,
National Parks 67(5-6):24-29 (May 1993).

The return of wolves to national parks is discussed.

Woods, Jeff,
Idaho's underdogs,
Defenders 76(4):6-13 (Fall 2001).

Zumbo, Jim,
Wolf wars,
Outdoor Life 193(2):58-61+ (Feb 1994).

How should wolf reestablishment take place in Yellowstone:
Assisted or natural recovery?

Wolf Biologists

Dawidorff, Nicholas,
One for the wolves,
Audubon 94(4):38-45 (Jul.-Aug. 1992).

Renee Askins's work to bring wolves back to Yellowstone
National Park.

Haber, Gordon,
Is the leader of the pack astray?,
Act*ionLine, Issue CX:22-24 (Fall 2000).

Article about L. David Mech.

Knize, Perri,
On the trail of wolves,
Skiing 48(7):80-83 (Mar. 1996).

Biologist Kryan Kunkel and his team, using skis and radio
transmitters track wolves with the Wolf Ecology Project.

Robbins, Jim,
She dances with wolves,
USA Weekend pp 4-6 (Feb. 28-Mar. 1, 1992).

Diane Boyd speaks for wolves..

Tubbs, Nancy,
Wolf research: Tracking predator and prey,
The Boundary Waters Journal 4(3):41-48 (Winter 1990).

Walker, Roberta,
The wolf man,
Canadian Geographic 112(6):24-33 (Nov.-Dec. 1992).

Paul Paquet profiled..

Wolf Encounters

Dekker, Dick,
Rocky Mountain Rendezvous,
International Wolf 8(2):6-9 (Summer 1998).

Hart, John,
Keeping the wolf from the door,
International Wolf 9(2):3-6 (Summer 1999).

Hawkins, Ellen,
The wolf at the window,
Audubon 90(6):114-125 (Nov. 1988).

Jacobs, Amy,
Close encounter of the "wolf" kind,
International Wolf 10(2):4-7 (Summer 2000).

Jans, Nick,
On the edge: Wolves are listening (Part 1 of 3),
Alaska 61(9):18-20 (Nov. 1995).

In a series of three articles, a biologist describes his encounter
with a pack of wolves.

Jans, Nick,
Traveling with my eyes (Part 2 of 3),
Alaska 61(10):22-24 (Dec. 1995).

Jans, Nick,
Permission (Part 3 of 3),
Alaska 62(1):18-19 (Feb. 1996).

Vickery, Jim Dale,
The land is alive with wolves,
Audubon 89(1):52-60 (Jan. 1987).

Whitledge, Jane,
Wolf story,
The Boundary Waters Journal 3(2):32-34 (Fall 1989).

Wiedmann, Brett,
Encounter with the Birch Lake pack,
International Wolf 5(3):20-21 (Fall 1995).