Protect The Wolves™ Would like to thank Dean Ron Mittelhammer for making wdfw's wolf update email list Public ;) Even though hes shown himself to smooze WAG members at the WAG meetings, He has made this email list out Public ;) Downloadable PDF on our Website.
We find it difficult with the amount of wolves slaughtered by WDFW alone by WDFW in the last 2 years that their count increased. WDFW claimed they employed an array of non-lethal strategies last year, however with Picture documentation it shoes that ast least 1 of these deterrents were not present it appears as they have claimed, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife 600 Capitol Way North, Olympia, WA 98501-1091 http://wdfw.wa.gov/ March 16, 2018 Contact: Donny Martorello, (360) 902-2521 Ben Maletzke, (509) 592-7324 Bruce Botka, (360) 902-2262 Washington's wolf population increases for 9th straight year OLYMPIA – Washington's wolf population continued [...]
For Immediate Release: Washington State Attorney General Attacks Tribal Sovereignty Again: Challenges Skokomish Tribe’s ownership of a River
For Immediate Release: Redding Ca For Questions: Patricia Herman President Protect The Wolves™ (530) 377-3031 Roger Dobson Director of Grants (530) 377-3031 [email protected] Protect The Wolves™ just reached out to "Guy" Miller, Skokomish Tribal Chairman, after seeing the blatant disregard for the law with continued Discrimination, and stating that they could bait the Federal Government to take action because they can not sue Native American Tribes. Skokomish Tribal Chairman Charles “Guy” Miller has requested that Protect The Wolves™ address the Tribal Council in an upcoming Tribal Council meeting with the documented proof that we have that Washington States Attorney General has [...]
Robert Wielgus’s black motorcycle jacket, bike chain necklace, skull-shaped ring and black cowboy hat stand out on a subdued Tuesday morning in a Moscow coffee shop. Wielgus made the town his home about three years ago after moving from Pullman. It was around the same time he was beginning his research on wolves. He has since been at the center of a whirlwind of conflict with his employer, Washington State University. “I much prefer Moscow than Pullman,” Wielgus said. “I’m a pariah in Pullman. I’m like plutonium. No one will go near me.” Wielgus, a WSU professor and director of [...]