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Bill Route

Wildlife Biologist At the

International Wolf Center

HQ Phone: (218) 365-4695

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International Wolf Center

1396 Highway 169

Ely, Minnesota 55731

United States

Company Description

The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wild lands and the human role in their future. Learn more about our history, how we carry out our mission, our vision for the future. ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Program Manager and Ecologist

National Park Service

Wildlife Biologist

IWC

Web References (48 Total References)


Wolves

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"There are deep-seeded opinions on either side," said Bill Route, a wildlife biologist at the International Wolf Center in Ely, a $5 million facility dedicated to the wolf's survival.


MPR Press Release

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Bill Route, Wildlife Biologist at the International Wolf Center


Wolves-n-Wildlife

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Bill Route of the International Wolf Center, an organization that monitors the animal, said in every part of the U.S. where the animal exists, humans manage wolves to some extent.

"Setting aside natural areas for wolves is a management decision," Route said.
"What affects wolves is building roads or developing rural areas for human habitation," he said."As citizens, we all have a stake in these decisions, from a farmer interested in protecting cattle from depredation to a vegetarian dependent on agricultural land that once sustained wild prey for wolves," Route said.
Route said opinions on wolf management are strongly polarized, deeply ingrained and highly emotional.He noted that during the reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone National Park, officials received more than 160,000 comments from throughout the country.


Wolves-n-Wildlife

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Bill Route of the International Wolf Center, an organization that monitors the animal, said in every part of the U.S. where the animal exists, humans manage wolves to some extent.

"Setting aside natural areas for wolves is a management decision," Route said.
"What affects wolves is building roads or developing rural areas for human habitation," he said."As citizens, we all have a stake in these decisions, from a farmer interested in protecting cattle from depredation to a vegetarian dependent on agricultural land that once sustained wild prey for wolves," Route said.
Route said opinions on wolf management are strongly polarized, deeply ingrained and highly emotional.He noted that during the reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone National Park, officials received more than 160,000 comments from throughout the country.


Mainstreet Radio Special: Wolves and Bears (News Feature)

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Bill Route , - Wildlife Biologist at the International Wolf Center

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