THREAT LEVEL: Least Concern

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The following animals are considered LEAST CONCERN by the International Union for Conservation and Natural Resources (IUCN):

Gray Wolf (facts) Canis lupus

February 9, 2017

Gray wolf Canis lupus   Although wolf packs once roamed from the Arctic tundra to Mexico, loss of habitat and extermination programs led to their MORE >>

Moose fact (Alces alces)

February 7, 2017

Moose Alces alces Moose tend to be loners, except for cows when they have calves. Adult bulls occasionally form temporary aggregations following the rut in MORE >>

Elk fact (Cervus canadensis)

February 7, 2017

Elk Cervus canadensis Elk are social animals, living in herds for much of the year. During spring, summer, and winter, elk tend to split into MORE >>

Coyote facts (Canis latrans)

February 7, 2017

Coyote  Canis latrans Occasionally, a mated pair of coyotes will live, hunt, and raise pups together for many years, sometimes for life. Breeding occurs in MORE >>

Bobcat facts (Lynx rufus)

February 7, 2017

Bobcat Lynx rufus Bobcats are solitary animals. Males and females only associate for the brief time required for courtship and mating. Few predators other than MORE >>

Badger facts (Taxidea taxus)

February 7, 2017

Badger Taxidea taxus The badger differs from other similar species (wolverine, skunk) with its long claws on the front feet and disproportionally small hind feet. MORE >>

THREAT LEVEL: Least Concern

February 6, 2017

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