CDFW Releases Final Wolf Management Plan for California

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California Department of Fish and Wildlife
California Department of Fish and Wildlife

USA -( The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) today released the Conservation Plan for Gray Wolves in California (Part 1 and Part 2).

CDFW gathered diverse input from a varied group of stakeholders for the past two years before finalizing the plan.

“Wolves returning to the state was inevitable, we always knew that,” said CDFW Director Charlton H. Bonham. “Over the past few years we have seen wolves re-establish themselves. It’s an exciting ecological story, and this plan represents the path forward to manage wolves in a state with nearly 40 million people.”

This plan addresses important concerns regarding the presence of wolves, including conflicts with livestock and the maintenance of adequate prey sources for wolves, other predators, and public use.

Given the controversy of this iconic species, it was important that the planning process produce a source of clear, objective information, based on a thorough consideration of the available science most relevant for wolves in California.

The plan covers key issues and potential actions CDFW believes important to the understanding and future conservation of wolves.


Conservation Plan for Gray Wolves in California:

Part 1

Part 2

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Good luck Ca.
Idaho brought them back now there is a season on them and the tags are cheap because they did way better than F&G thought and poor planning and we have too many.


These animals are only going to cause trouble !! And some one correct me if I’m wrong but don’t they have Mountain Lions too !!
OHHH great place to live and not to mention Democrats too !!!