Wolf Print is the UK Wolf Conservation Trust’s internationally recognised triannual magazine. It brings up to date information on wolf issues from around the world.

The Wolf Print team hopes to build on the magazine's reputation whist bringing Wolf Print to a wider audience. The look and content has been updated and as well as still producing cutting edge articles about wolf conservation and human and wolf conflict it will also include a section on the life and behaviour of wolves, news from around the world and at the UKWCT, reviews, media and art sections as well as more scope for member participation who are encouraged to submit photos and articles.

The magazine is issued three times a year and is available online. Electronic issues are free. Please note all versions are subject to copyright and cannot be distributed or made available on other websites without express permission from the UKWCT. If you wish to let others know about Wolf Print, please link to this page.

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Archive issues of Wolf Print are available online.

Issue 63

The current magazine is Issue 63 - Spring 2018.

As well as our regular updates on the wolves of the Trust and news of wolves around the world, in addition to book reviews, our latest issue of Wolf Print has the following special features:

  • Important news about the Trust
  • Torak's taste of the wild
  • Wolves and people - Nepal
  • Fighting for Norwegian wolves
  • Once upon a time in Japan
  • The little-known wolves of south Asia
  • Witchcraft or just plain daft?

There's much more besides, so why not download a copy and have a read!

  • Wolves of the Atlas
  • Wolf Eyes
  • Wolf and lynx situation in Latvia
  • Living on the edge
  • The wolf situation in Finland
  • 'Rainbow' wolves show heat loss from mange
  • Building the world's greatest hiking trail
  • After the war
  • The wolf on trial
  • Management and conservation of the wolf in North America and Europe
  • Research and conservation of wolves and lynx in Croatia
  • Do conflict zones benefit ecosystems by shaping our interaction with wolves?
  • Large carnivore centre, Bulgaria
  • In loving memory of Georgia Morris
  • Hedgelaying at the Trust
  • Animal Symphony
  • Update on the World's Rarest Canid
  • Tracking Wolves in the High Himalaya
  • Myth and Lupine Legend in Modern Japan
  • Why Zoos Matter
  • New Wolf Project in the Middle East
  • Walk 4 Wildlife
  • Preventing Wolf Depredation in Russia