1. Wolves in Wyoming are once again being protected under the Endangered Species Act, just two years after those protections were taken away. A federal judge’s ruling last week found the state’s management plan for the animal “inadequate and un-enforceable.” In February, NPR’s Nate Rott took a comprehensive look at the wolf situation in the Western U.S.
Wolves At The Door
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    Wolves in Wyoming are once again being protected under the Endangered Species Act, just two years after those protections were taken away. A federal judge’s ruling last week found the state’s management plan for the animal “inadequate and un-enforceable.” In February, NPR’s Nate Rott took a comprehensive look at the wolf situation in the Western U.S.

    Wolves At The Door

    Photo credit: David Gilkey/NPR

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    Wither the Wolf, Behold the Coywolf

According to werewolf legends,  some humans can suddenly “shapeshift” or transform into wolves. But in  real life, wolves are disappearing in large numbers and are being  replaced by coywolves. These are coyote-wolf hybrids that are now common  in parts of the U.S.
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View in High-Res

    Wither the Wolf, Behold the Coywolf

    According to werewolf legends, some humans can suddenly “shapeshift” or transform into wolves. But in real life, wolves are disappearing in large numbers and are being replaced by coywolves. These are coyote-wolf hybrids that are now common in parts of the U.S.

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