European Union hunters were granted export permits from British Columbia, Canada, even though the EU banned the importation of exotic bear parts in 2004.  The B.C. New Democratic Party government banned hunting of grizzlies last December, except for the right to hunt of First Nations people.

There are an estimated 15,000 grizzly bears in B.C., but in some areas of the province bear numbers have declined tremendously.

The hunt was previously re-instated in 2001, since then almost 2000 permits for the exportation of grizzly bear trophies have been issued by the B.C. and Federal Canadian Governments…

The Canadian territory of the Yukon issues permits for grizzly & black bears, lynx, otter and wolf!

Canadians in other parts of the country need to pressure their respective provincial and federal government representatives to ban ALL exporting of Canada’s forest wildlife! This would include American and European Union trophy hunters souvenirs and parts.


By Jana Sepehr and Joe McCarthy as published at GlobalCitizen.org “Despite being such a small part of the planet, humans have been steadily destroying everything else..” When it comes to planet Earth, humans are very tiny. The weight of all 7.6 billion humans makes up just 0.01% of all biomass on Earth, according to a […]

via Humanity Has Killed 83% of All Wild Mammals and Half of All Plants: Study — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

BLM permits the killing of Idaho wolves…

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 […]

via BLM Issues Deadly Permit for Wolf Derby — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

Slaughter of Alaska Wolves…

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) […]

via Slaughter Of Wolves Outside Denali — Natural History Wanderings

Step up to Save Wolves…

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 […]

via Letter to the Editor: Step Up to Save Wolves — Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin

Wolf Pack Family…

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 […]

via A wolf pack is a family that depends on each other for survival… — Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin

Mountains of Country Georgia!

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, […]

via The mountains country Georgia — KRISHNA KUMAR SINGH