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Ontario Environmental Commissioner Dianne Saxe says Algonquin Wolf is Endangered and Action Needs to be Taken to Protect Their Habitat to Save the Species

posted Nov 10, 2017, 5:44 PM by chloe owens

10/26/17, by Jim Moodie, Petrborough Examiner

Ontario environmental commissioner Dianne Saxe says Algonquin wolf is endangered and action needs to be taken to protect their habitat to save the species.

…But between their small population -- there could be as few as 154 adult Algonquin wolves in all of Ontario -- and lax rules around their harvest, it's conceivable they could entirely disappear from the landscape." These wolves are precious and endangered," said Dianne Saxe. "And we shouldn't be allowing things that kill them."

http://www.thepeterboroughexaminer.com/2017/10/26/ontario-environmental-commissioner-dianne-saxe-says-algonquin-wolf-is-endangered-and-action-needs-to-be-taken-to-protect-their-habitat-to-save-the-species

 

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