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Wisconsin wolves at risk of over-harvest

Wisconsin demonstrating humanity at its finest!! Humans again prove beyond a shadow of a Doubt that they are a more bloodthirsty 2 legged wolf, than the 4 legged wolf. Wisconsin wolf management needs revision because there are major concerns. Wolves represent the smallest population of any animal harvested. And it cannot be said harvesting males from monogamous animals (wolves) does not have much impact on the population as can be said of polygamous animals (deer). Hunters and trappers are successfully harvesting wolves. Some say that means we have many more wolves than are counted. But it could also mean wolves [...]

By | 2015-01-10T15:34:31+00:00 January 10th, 2015|Wisconsin|0 Comments

Bigfork Man Charged with Unlawfully Killing 3 Grizzlies

Hopefully UTAH will follow the example of Prosecution!! According to Brian Lakes, special agent with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, who investigated the incidents, Wallen shot the three bears after they consistently approached and entered a chicken coop at his residence. On May 27, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Game Warden Chuck Bartos responded to a report of a man killing a grizzly. Court records state that Wallen admitted to shooting at the bear with a .22 rifle to scare it away from his chicken coop. Wallen told Bartos he was unaware if he hit the animal after it fled. Tim Clark, Wallen’s neighbor, [...]

By | 2015-01-10T04:38:02+00:00 January 10th, 2015|Montana|1 Comment

Elk foundation joins Wyoming, feds toward possible wolf appeal – Sports – Mobile Adv

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, along with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS) and State of Wyoming, filed a notice of appeal in the Wyoming wolf case . The case is in the District Court of the District of Columbia. The legal move preserves RMEF’s ability to go forward with an appeal if it’s decided to do so. “We maintain that state agencies, not the federal government, are in the best position to manage our wildlife and that includes wolves in Wyoming,” RMEF president/CEO David Allen said. “The judge removed that responsibility from Wyoming wildlife managers on a technicality [...]

By | 2015-01-10T04:34:11+00:00 January 10th, 2015|Colorado|0 Comments