Source: The Teton Valley News “The BLM’s self-righteous propensity to play God over the native creatures of our public lands stretches far beyond the destruction of our wild horses and burros but all the way to the very predators that would naturally regulate the herds, IF they even needed to be regulated. Nature has been […]
Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility News Release ASSAULT RIFLE SLAUGHTER OF WOLVES OUTSIDE DENALI Washington, DC — The State of Alaska is scrambling to shut down hunting and trapping adjacent to Denali National Park over concerns that excessive kills may destabilize this iconic wolf population. Photos posted today by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) […]
By Jon Wooten The Capital Times March 13, 2018 Dear Editor: It is do or die time for wolves and the legal framework that protects them as we know it. Congress is considering multiple bills and amendments to legislation (or “riders”) that would weaken the Endangered Species Act. These pieces of legislation would have devastating […]
How the death of one wolf can effect the entire pack. Living With Wolves in a summary by Danielle Flam, Research & Program Manager, September 24, 2015, answered the important questions; Can the death of a single wolf cause the rest of the pack to fall apart? Studies show it can, depending on which wolf […]
Georgia is a mountainous country straddling western Asia and eastern Europe, between the Black and Caspian Seas. Georgia’s northern border with Russia roughly runs along the crest of the Greater Caucasus mountain range. It is home to some of Europe’s highest peaks. Livestock are rounded up every evening into corrals for protection from wolves. Here, […]
Researchers have tracked Naya from eastern Germany into the Netherlands and now Flanders Wildlife Pioneering wolf becomes first sighted in Belgium for a century Researchers have tracked Naya from eastern Germany into the Netherlands and now Flanders Daniel Boffey in Brussels Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via Email View more sharing options View […]
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