Letter to the Editor: Wolves belong in Colorado

In Colorado, Protect The Wolves, Protect Wolves in Colorado by Lynda1 Comment

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation CEO David Allens’s remarks on wolves, “What pro-wolf introduction factions are telling you and what they are not,” are off the mark (Herald, Feb. 13). The trophic cascade effects of wolves and other keystone species like cougars have been convincingly demonstrated in Yellowstone and Zion National Parks. The scientific discussion around trophic cascades involves subtleties like …

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Study suggests officials underestimate wolf poaching

In Protect Mexican Gray Wolves, Protect The Wolves, Protect Wolves in Colorado by TwowolvesLeave a Comment

By Rebecca Moss The New Mexican In February, an adult male from the Dark Canyon Pack, a Mexican gray wolf troop that roams through the west-central countryside of the Gila National Forest, was found dead. It had stalked an expanse of federal land that borders Catron County, where livestock frequently become prey, with roughly three cows killed each month and …

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RMEF Once said Elk and Deer were Healthier when there were 2 Million Wolves

In IUCNCongress, Protect The Wolves, Protect Wolves in Colorado by TwowolvesLeave a Comment

I get a Kick out of the Press that ammoland is putting out for Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation…. They fail to Realize that even on RMEFs own website prior to their becoming a hunter money driven non conservation Organization… with their current leadership…. They once said Elk and Deer Herds were stronger and Healthier when there were 2 million plus …

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Wolves in Colorado ‘not the devil incarnate’ 

In Protect Montana Wolves, Protect The Wolves, Protect Wolves in Colorado by Twowolves2 Comments

Montana State Sen. Mike Phillips has been a part of efforts across the country to restore populations of wolves. He was recently involved in their reintroduction to Yellowstone National Park, and is now launching the Rocky Mountain Wolf Project, with a goal of bringing the apex predators back to Colorado. Elizabeth Stewart-Severy sat down with Phillips earlier this month to …