October 9, 2015

Low Deer Numbers, But Plenty of Food in Northeast

*Editor’s Note* – The description given to what is being called a bobcat kill of a deer, is very similar to that of a mountain lion – just saying. There are certainly more bobcats in New England than mountain lions, however, so long as predators like bears and bobcats are allowed to proliferate – bears […]

Wildlife Conservation Network, or Shutting Down More Land?

“Wolves, elk and grizzly bears – some of the largest wild animals in America – are literally dying for more room to roam. But Alexander Fremier, associate professor in the School of the Environment at Washington State University, proposes a viable solution. His research, published in the journal Biological Conservation, shows that isolated wildlife sanctuaries […]

New Mexico says no to wolves, creating quandary for federal officials

*Editor’s Note* – The author of this article states that the Feds “can go over the state’s head” but questions whether or not the Feds will do that. The answer is simple: Of course they will. They have a history of breaking laws and doing just as they damned please anyway. So, why act as […]

Who Needs ESA When There’s a Fascist Government?

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell announced at a ceremony yesterday outside Denver that the greater sage grouse will not be listed for protection under the Endangered Species Act. Jewell also announced final approval of the federal grouse plans that amend 98 BLM and Forest Service land-use plans to incorporate grouse protections that buffer the bird’s prime […]

Endangered Species Act a Golden Parachute for Inept Wildlife Management

Recently I read an editorial in an online media outlet originating in Wisconsin. The editorial was actually a rebuttal in which the author, accused the first author of taking tactics and using information that was contradictory and incorrect (if only in the mind of the author). Laughable was the fact that the person rebutting the […]

And the Golden Horse Excrement Award Goes to…..

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Mark McCollough who, according to the Associated Press, says about Canada lynx: “…the goal is to recreate the conditions to prevent a big drop in the number of lynx in Maine.” The devastation of the spruce bud worm outbreak of the 1970s, resulted in large areas of clear-cuts to […]

Wolf Perverts Will Call Anything Dog-Like a Wolf

*Editor’s Note* – The link below takes readers to an article that claims that someone has captured new “wolf cubs” on camera in Switzerland. Realizing the difficulty, usually, of identifying what is commonly referred to as “pure wolves” and the differences of mixed breeds, my first inclination was that this was a picture of mongrel dogs, […]

Idaho bowhunter fends off grizzly attack with handgun; bear spray unused

“The hunter reportedly was carrying bear spray but apparently couldn’t access it when the attack occurred,” the report says. Source: Idaho bowhunter fends off grizzly attack with handgun; bear spray unused | The Spokesman-Review Share

USFWS Red Wolf Corruption or Incompetence?

*Editor’s Note* – I was sent the following email. It is an update to the ongoing farce in North Carolina, disguised as some sort of mongrel dog experiment but labeled a red wolf introduction and management program. The author of the email, Mr. Ferebee, had sent an FOIA to USFWS director Ashe, seeking a map […]

Read How We Got Where We Are – Then Use Just Two Facts to Expose the Truth about Wolves

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