Colville tribes to open hunt on wolves 

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Colville tribes to open hunt on wolves 

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Protect The Wolves™ has been contacted by Colville Tribal Chairman Michael Marchand several times now, asking that they get his message to the People. We will be following this up with a Video Interview with him as well.

Being an Organization that is founded on Treating Our Wildlife as Sacred as they should be, with Tribal Members on the Board of Directors he feels that we could possibly help shed light on this situation for him.

Michael has told us many more stories like the one he has mentioned below along with the current issues that Our Sacred Wildlife now face. We will have a Further update on the Tribes when our FOIA Request has been fulfilled by them, and We Interview Chairman Marchand so Stay Tuned 😉

We will let The Video Speak for itself 😉

In voting for the measure, Michael Marchand, chairman of the tribal business council, noted that the wolf is a sacred animal to the Colville tribes, and that elders used to keep wolves as pets. “There’s pictures of them with wolves in front of their tepees. So that’s a pretty good guard dog to have,” he said, according to minutes of the meeting.

The Colville CBC Vote was 12-1

Source: Colville tribes to open hunt on wolves near Canadian border | The Seattle Times

By | 2017-08-07T16:49:04+00:00 August 6th, 2017|Indian Trust, Oppose Welfare Ranching, Protect The Wolves|2 Comments


  1. ed shalda August 6, 2017 at 12:56 pm - Reply

    being that i am native american, I m amazed and saddened by the fact they wish to KILL wolves! We respect and honor them,,not kill them

    • Twowolves August 7, 2017 at 4:47 pm - Reply

      Thank you Ed, it has been reported to Us that it is the younger greedy council members 😉 The Traditional Elders Opinions are being shut down and not listened to. They dont even seem to care about listening to their Tribal Chairman!

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