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Timberwolf Wilderness Society

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Timberwolf sues Fisheries Minister to release long-delayed action plan for threatened trout


Decline & Loss of Southwestern Alberta’s Signature Native Trout,

the Westslope Cutthroat


Federal Court Application





Praxis Group Public Opinion Survey

A large majority of residents from Fort McLeod to the Crowsnest Pass support wildland status for the Castle Region and oppose clear-cut logging and oil & gas development.


Grizzly Bears in SW Alberta - A Vision for Population and Habitat Recovery by Brian Horejsi



Cutthroat Trout Recovery (Oncorhynchus clarkii lewisi) by D.W. Mayhood & E.B. Taylor

Distribution, population size and trends (Mayhood and Taylor, 2011 NoApp.pdf)

Threats and limiting factors (Mayhood, 2009a.pdf)


Pincher Creek Voice

Stop Castle Logging protests January 2012


Lawsuit Westslope Cutthroat Trout


        Letter to Province: Castle Mountain Development

Timberwolf Wilderness Society aims to help people to develop an appreciation and motivation to care for and protect wilderness regions along the eastern slopes in Alberta. We invite you to take part in our vision and activities that improve our appreciation for ecosystem functions that sustain us and wildlife around us.