Monthly Archives: February 2017

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Protect The Wolves has been invited to join 2017 Regional Joint Tribal Emergency Preparedness Conference

\ 2017 Regional Joint Tribal Emergency Preparedness Conference SAVE THE DATE May 1st – 3rd, 2017 Suquamish Clearwater Casino     Protect The Wolves® invite all to join us this year at the 2017 Regional Joint Tribal Emergency Preparedness Conference. In the last 12 months we have added many new Tribal Endorsements that include Alaska Inter-Tribal Council, Northwest Tribal Emergency Management Council, and also National Tribal Emergency Management Council. These Endorsements are the beginning  of  A Vital Native American Religious Voice for Wolves, Grizzlies, Wild horses, as well other Species that are all Sacred to Native Americans. Our Voice will become the voice that [...]

Chronic wasting disease found in bull elk killed on private Utah ranch 

While Investigating on a separate Issue regarding the Corruption in the State of Idaho, we came across this matter. We are curious why it is that Taxpayers are being asked to bare the Burden of covering the failure to manage a healthy species by a Private Ranch in and transporting CWD Hess said Howe's Elk Ranch is under quarantine while the state works with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to seek compensation for the elk A bull elk shot in a private northern Utah hunting park has tested positive for chronic wasting disease (CWD), Utah Department of Agriculture officials confirmed [...]

By | 2017-02-26T10:09:04+00:00 February 26th, 2017|Idaho Elk Slaughter, IUCNCongress, Protect The Wolves|3 Comments

Alaska game board shoots down bid for Denali wolf buffer

  The debate over a no-kill zone on state lands next to the park has lasted years. The Alaska Board of Game decision took less than an hour. The Alaska Board of Game has summarily rejected a no-kill zone for wolves on state lands north and east of Denali National Park and Preserve during its first consideration of the contentious wolf buffer since 2010. The unanimous and fairly quick vote of the seven-member board came Friday afternoon during a weeklong meeting in Fairbanks amid heavy pressure from the public, wolf advocacy groups and the National Park Service to ban hunting and trapping [...]

By | 2017-02-25T02:58:44+00:00 February 24th, 2017|IUCNCongress, Protect Alaska Wolves, Protect The Wolves|2 Comments