New, Rare Gray Wolf Pack Spotted In Northern CaliforniaA new pack of gray wolves has been identified in Northern California, becoming the third pack to establish itself in the state in the last century, state wildlife officials and conservationists said.
Wolf Lovers Fear Worst After OR-93's Radio Collar Goes Dark; Last Known Location On Central CoastAn adventurous young gray wolf that crossed into California from Oregon has not been documented since early April, spurring speculation that he may be dead.
Rare Gray Wolf Moves Farther South Into Central CaliforniaA gray wolf born in Oregon has been tracked farther south in California than any previous wolf equipped with a GPS collar, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife said.
Northern California's Gray Wolf Pack Has 8 New PupsThe California Department of Fish and Wildlife says eight new gray wolf pups were tallied in recent months in the Lassen Pack in northeastern California.
Endangered Gray Wolf Found Dead in Northern CaliforniaAn endangered gray wolf that wandered thousands of miles through Northern California has died, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Thursday.
2nd Pack Of Gray Wolves Spotted In Northern CaliforniaA female gray wolf, her mate and at least three pups are the second pack of wolves spotted in Northern California since the species went extinct in 1924, state wildlife officials said Wednesday.
Wolves Returning To San Francisco Zoo After 20 Year AbsenceWolves are coming back to the San Francisco Zoo and Gardens for the first time in years.
Gray Wolf From Oregon Tracked Into Northern CaliforniaConservationists say it’s a hopeful sign of recovery for the endangered local population.
Lone Gray Wolf Spotted In Northern CaliforniaWildlife biologists believe they have spotted a lone gray wolf in Northern California's Siskiyou County.
California Cattle Ranchers, Environmentalists Await Delayed Decision On 'Endangered' Listing For Gray WolfAdvocates for the gray wolf in California will have to wait 90 days before learning if the animal will be listed as endangered, a state board decided Wednesday. Ranchers and state wildlife officials oppose granting the species legal protections.