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Washington House committee OKs bill to move wolves – Washington 

  OLYMPIA — Legislation directing the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife to move wolves from east to west passed the House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee Feb. 1. The bill, sponsored by northeast Washington Rep. Joel Kretz, was supported by urban lawmakers, but was opposed by Western Washington legislators whose rural districts would be candidates for receiving wolves. “This is a difficult one for me. I may be a lone wolf on this one and be a ‘no’ vote. I understand why the bill is needed. and I think it’s going to pass here today, and so let’s call [...]

WDFW Failed miserably last year

  WDFW Failed miserably last year, and appears to be on the same path again wasting more dollars on a useless Facilitator to begin with. We formally requested last June to participate in WDFWs Range Rider Program. To date their has been no response.  All of WDFWs management need to be replaced! Hopefully this year they actually get deterrents out as stated when they were caught last year lying by our Huckleberry picker.   Update on Washington Wolves Latest reports on key wolf activities, conservation efforts, and management actions Monthly Wolf Report – January 2018 Published Feb. 1, 2018 This [...]

By | 2018-02-01T21:54:03+00:00 February 1st, 2018|Ban Grazing Allotments, Protect The Wolves|1 Comment

WDFW director resigns to pursue other personal and professional goals | WDFW News Release

Now We need to work on Inslee to get the correct Individual in the position to rein in Martorello, and his WAG board of special Interest Groups! Unsworth in his 3 years as Director has allowed WDFW to go against their Own policies. Unsworth certainly did not insure that they met the Publics needs for 1 thing, Has refused to extend the same Programs to all Nonprofits when they request to participate! One has to wonder if he bailed out before the heat gets too hot from the collusion with WSU over Dr. Robert Wielgus​. WDFW director resigns to pursue [...]

What Do you see that could be improved in this Fladery Picture?

After watching Our Boys analyze their own fence.   This image came from our NE Washington Volunteer Huckleberry picker from the Smackout Meadows. Please note: this fladery did not even appear until long after the first depredation even with WDFW claiming it was present before the depredation even as it appeared in their updates. How Do We know this? Our Volunteer was in the area every other day. Needless to say, the fladery was nowhere to be seen until long after the first Depredation. On to the room for improvement. After watching Our Boys, We have come up with 3 [...]