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Midwest wolves may find themselves in the crosshairs again

Gray wolves in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan could again find themselves in hunters' crosshairs — possibly as soon as this fall if federal protections are removed for the predators. A ruling is expected soon from an appeals court that recently lifted protections for wolves in Wyoming. In Congress, wolf-hunting supporters aren't giving up even though a Minnesota representative was instrumental in killing an effort that would have allowed the three western Great Lakes states to resume wolf hunting. Gray wolves were once hunted to the brink of extinction in most of the country, but they recovered under Endangered Species Act [...]

By | 2017-05-08T04:35:02+00:00 May 8th, 2017|IUCNCongress, No Riders, Protect The Wolves|0 Comments

The New Threat to Wolves in and Around Yellowstone

The Primary Reason we need to fight even harder for Buffer Zones around all National Parks, Canada is pushing for 50KM, we need to do the same. There only about 1,700 Wolves Left in the Western states of Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Oregon and Washington. YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — The vast, sagebrush-studded valleys in this huge chunk of wild country, teeming with herds of elk and bison, are home these days to 10 packs of wolves. Once among the first species to be listed as endangered, the gray wolf has made a healthy comeback within Yellowstone National Park and its bordering states. [...]

Wyoming Takes Over Wolf Management

It is a pretty bad day when these one-sided legislators are allowed to pass special Interest legislation. We have shown you our research that leads to the path of Success against this. How Long will it take for folks to realize that our research can help our Wildlife in total, not just Wolves alone. Wyoming has no business managing their wolves for any reason after getting busted for selling banned poisons..... Governor Matt Mead announced a Federal Appeals Court entered its final order, upholding Wyoming’s Wolf Management Plan. Penny Preston reports the US Fish and Wildlife Service will make it [...]

By | 2017-04-28T10:51:27+00:00 April 28th, 2017|No Riders, Protect The Wolves, Protect Wyoming Wolves|1 Comment

Legacy of decisions blamed for Bow Valley wolves’ demise 

The well-known Bow Valley wolf pack is down to two animals after one wandered hundreds of kilometres into British Columbia where it was shot by a hunter in March. The two-year-old male, known as 1502, had recently been fitted with a new GPS collar in Banff National Park on March 15. Days later he began a westward trek that ended near Arrow Lakes, B.C., on March 31. The hunter turned the collar in to conservation officials, but parks officials already suspected the worst as GPS data showed no movement. The Bow Valley pack, which once numbered as high as nine, [...]

By | 2017-04-27T03:42:59+00:00 April 27th, 2017|Banff National Park, No Riders, Protect The Wolves|1 Comment