Yearly Archives: 2018

/2018

Grazing Allotments opened early this year

It appears that no longer waiting until after June 1st for Putting calves out is a requirement. Opening early has placed small calves in the forests already. Not to mention allowing more time for the cattle to eat all of our Wildlifes food for the winter. If they continue to not manage cattle properly, they are endangering not only their cattle, but our wildlife. Our Wildlife need our Research in COURT ASAP. Update on Washington Wolves Latest reports on key wolf activities, conservation efforts, and management actions May 24, 2018 WDFW confirms wolves caused calf’s death in northern Ferry County [...]

Invitation for Public Comment: Environmental Assessment on Gray Wolf Damage Management in Idaho

https://www.regulations.gov/docket?D=APHIS-2018-0022 PLEASE send in your public comments to Wildlife Services if you want input and influence over what this agency does with gray wolves ;)  this is your opportunity to let them hear from the masses. We will suggest that the killing wolves has consequences above and beyond their attempts to protect livestock and big game populations Invitation for Public Comment Environmental Assessment: Gray Wolf Damage Management in Idaho Wildlife Services (WS), a program within the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, is inviting you to participate in the planning process for a new Environmental Assessment (EA) [...]

Wyoming changes hunt areas, increases pressure on Gros Ventre and Dubois-area wolves 

JACKSON — Wolf hunt area boundaries are being redrawn and quotas boosted because the Gros Ventre area’s elk and Whiskey Mountain’s bighorn sheep are shifting their winter ranges. In both cases there’s little evidence wolf predation is driving populations down, but wildlife managers believe Canis lupus is a culprit in pushing ungulates off high-quality habitat during the hardest time of year. Partly due to this predator-prey dynamic, the maximum number of wolves that can be killed is going from nine to 15 in hunt areas that hug the Gros Ventre River. The quota is increasing from six to eight in [...]

Adrian Treves Trust Research

Wolf Conservation center is finally beginning to follow our research it appears, but rather than Joining Us, are posting our path and similar information on protecting Your Childrens resources. Why would a Pro Wolf Group not join those that have been publishing this path for years?  The Difference between Us is We are using 7 Native American Children, as well as 7 other Children. We have the Research that they can not use without Us ;) Wildlife and other natural resources are a public trust which means that every citizen has an interest and a voice in the management of [...]