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RESEARCH ARTICLE Killing wolves to prevent predation on livestock may protect one farm but harm neighbors

Complete 20 page Study is available on our site ;) RESEARCH ARTICLE Killing wolves to prevent predation on livestock may protect one farm but harm neighbors A Huge Thank you out to Adrian Treves for sending Us his Research, adding strength and fact to Dr Robert Wielgus Research. It is beyond Important that we are able to get this in front of OSU, right after we see what they are going to use ;) Hey, we will give them an opportunity to do the right thing first ;) Large carnivores, such as gray wolves, Canis lupus, are difficult to protect [...]

OSU KBREC To Host Wolf and Livestock Interaction Seminar May 2 

We find it a bit Strange that they did not contact Carter Niemeyer, or Mark Coats with Rancher Predator Awareness to speak. We hear from some it is a bad boy club... time will tell... We know that Rancher Predator Awareness will in fact be there, because We contacted him ;) Protect The Wolves™ will join them if time and funding permits. It is a Long Drive, but needs to be seen by the public as to what is happening in Oregon. Protect The Wolves™ has contacted ODFW on Numerous occasions to offer seminars involving manufacturers, yet they have yet [...]

By | 2018-04-28T09:57:57+00:00 April 28th, 2018|OR7, Protect Oregon Wolves, Protect The Wolves|1 Comment

Questionable Payments To Oregon Ranchers Who Blame Wolves For Missing Cattle

Oppose Welfare Ranchers like Chad DelCurto Questionable Payments To Oregon Ranchers Who Blame Wolves For Missing Cattle Many western states pay livestock operators for cattle and sheep lost to wolves depredation. But an investigation found Oregon is making questionable payments to ranchers! Chad DelCurto parked his pickup beside the road winding the Snake River canyon, surveying the jagged green edge of Oregon where his cattle grazed. This is where he lost them. There’s ample feed and room to wander on these remote and rugged stretches of public land. But there’s added risk to open range: harsh weather, disease, rustlers, predators. “This is [...]

Controversial cyanide devices make comeback for predator control in Ore

Has Curt Mattson District Supervisor of USDA Wildlife Services not learned enough from killing an Idaho Families Pet Casey, amongst many many other pets, and almost killing their Son Canyon and his Father that almost gave Casey CPR??? What will it take to get these Government Organizations to realize that Cyanide can not ask if your a Pet or a Human Being!! Contact Information: Oregon Wildlife Services State Director 6135 NE 80th. Suite A-8. Portland, OR 97218. Phone: (503) 326-2346 VALE — Wildlife Services, which works to resolve wildlife/human conflicts, is regaining two of the tools it uses to control predators in Malheur [...]

By | 2018-02-23T14:46:05+00:00 February 23rd, 2018|OR7, Protect Oregon Wolves, Protect The Wolves|1 Comment