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Oregon officials kill 2 more wolves Wensday When will ODFW Learn?

Oregon Wolves need our Research in court ;) If you want to stop things like this then Join us. The Oregon Environmental Attorney groups claim they cant represent Us !! We have to do it on our Own. We have the Research as well as the best Attorneys, The Attorneys need to be paid to get them started. SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Oregon wildlife officials shot and killed two wolves from a helicopter Wednesday in an attempt to reduce killings of cattle by the predators. The killings have reignited a debate between the state, ranchers and environmentalists about how [...]

Listen Live: Today’s Fish & Wildlife Commission Meeting

Listen Live: Today's Fish & Wildlife Commission Meeting The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission is meeting today, Thursday, April 19 at FWP Headquarters in Helena. Listen to the live audio stream >> The agenda includes final decisions on the Chronic Wasting Disease Management Plan, the Statewide Forest Management Plan, all regulatory migratory bird regulations, aquatic invasive species watercraft inspection site leases and a fishing access site acquisition on the Beaverhead River at Selway Bridge. The Commission meeting starts at 8:30 a.m. and will be streamed live via video to all FWP regional offices. The meeting will also be audio streamed [...]

Oregon cattlemen ask again to kill Pine Creek wolves

Oregon cattlemen ask again to kill Pine Creek wolves How Long will People allow Ranchers to slaughter wildlife before taking action? Join Us to put a Stop to it ;) The Oregon Cattlemen’s Association is again asking the state Department of Fish & Wildlife to approve killing wolves from the Pine Creek pack after a third incident of livestock predation. HALFWAY — Northeast Oregon ranchers are again seeking to eradicate the entire Pine Creek wolf pack from Baker County after the apex predators attacked livestock for the third time in just over a week. The most recent incident was confirmed [...]

Tribal lands offer sanctuary for Minnesota wolves 

A trail camera set by the Red Lake tribal Department of Natural Resources photographed these two gray wolves in March 2010 on Minnesota's Northwest Angle. Wolves are an important animal in tribal culture and were protected on tribal lands even when the state had control of wolf management and offered hunting and trapping seasons. (Photo courtesy of Jay Huseby, Red Lake DNR) RED LAKE, Minn.—Gray wolves could again be fair game in Minnesota if federal rules change, but Red Lake Nation and other tribes in Minnesota will continue to protect the animal. In 2010, the Red Lake Department [...]