Beaver County, UT – Official Website – Attorney

WE ALL NEED TO CALL THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS OFFICE AND PUSH FOR THIS IDIOT TO BE PROSECUTED AS WELL AS LOOSE HIS HUNTING PRIVILEGES FOR LIFE! below is the contact info for their office

The county attorney’s office prosecutes criminal cases that occur within Beaver County and are filed in Fifth District Court, Fifth Juvenile Court, and the Justice courts of Beaver, Minersville, and Milford. The office also handles civil matters for the county, including advising the Beaver County Commission, the Beaver County Planning and Zoning Commission, and other elected and appointed officials of the county. 

Staff
Von J. Christiansen is the Beaver County attorney. His office is located at the Public Safety Facility, located at 2270 South 525 West in Beaver. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Leo G. Kanell is the deputy county attorney. Karma Mitchell and Konnie Davis are the department secretaries. 

Von J. Christiansen 
Attorney 
Email 
(435) 438-6434 

Leo G. Kanell
Deputy Attorney
Email
(435) 438-6442

2270 S.525 West
P.O. Box 391 
Beaver, UT 84713 

Hours 
Monday – Friday
9:00 am – 5:00 pm 
(except for Wednesdays 

when we are in court) 


Beaver County, UT – Official Website – Attorney.

Over 100 wolves taken in Montana wolf hunt season | KAJ18.com | Kalispell, Montana

KALISPELL – Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials say this season’s wolf hunt has been a successful one so far – and that Region 1 has accounted for a one-third of the animals.

FWP spokesperson John Fraley says there have been 101 wolves taken during the wolf hunt statewide, and 33 of those came from Region 1 in Northwest Montana. Fraley added that traps have caught 18 wolves – seven of which came from region one.

Fraley told MTN News that the hunt has been successful for managing the predators. Since being placed on the endangered species list, Fraley says that wolf populations grew rapidly across the state of Montana – and now that the predator is no longer threatened, a managed hunt keeps the numbers from getting too high.

 

Over 100 wolves taken in Montana wolf hunt season | KAJ18.com | Kalispell, Montana.

Wolves in California

California Wolf Recovery

Clear historical records from 1750 to 1850 indicate that wolves were once present in the Coastal Range from San Diego to Sacramento when Europeans first began exploring and settling these areas (Schmidt 1987, 1991). From 1850-1900, wolves were seen in Shasta County and in the central Sierra Nevada (Schmidt 1987, 1991). These historical reports of wolves appear in divergent areas of the state; reports surfaced in different areas over time as Europeans shifted from coasts toward inland forests, mountains and plains.

 

The wolf was known among many California tribes statewide, as demonstrated in language, artwork, ceremonial garb, and creation stories (Geddes-Osborne and Margolin 2001). For example, more than 80 distinct tribal languages were spoken in California when Europeans first arrived and most had clearly differentiated words for wolf, coyote, fox and dog. Some tribes revered the wolf as sacred, though representations of the wolf are diverse among California tribes.

Wolves in California.

Protect The Wolves

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