December 6, 2016

When You Start Killing Wolves Something Odd Happens

Other wildlife population numbers POSITIVELY GROW!     Elk herds thrive!  

Open Letter-Email To Rich Landers-Outdoors Blog Spokesman Review

“Bleeding heart is actually a good choice of words. If you have an open mind, it depicts all perspectives.”—Rich Landers – Spokesman Review Outdoors blog richl@spokesman.com {If you dear reader believe in freedom of expression then ask Rich Landers and the “Spokesman” why they really do not believe in it themselves} Is that why my […]

A Wolf Is A Wolf Is A Wolf Just A Good Wolf Just Because They Say So

All things positive about wolves have been evolving over the years while all things negative about wolves has been suppressed and swept under the rug.. Thus any balance sharing the positives and negatives which justifies management of wolves for various purposes such as positive elk herd growth for the preservation of consumptive use multiple use […]

The Colonial Origins of Conservation: The Disturbing History Behind US National Parks

*Editor’s Note* – Below is a teaser and a link to an article aimed at discovering the truth about “conservation,” it’s roots, and what it has done to the world. It’s also about the evolution of Environmentalism. While many items in this article are true and based up truth, it is my opinion that the […]

Maine Sportsmen, Retailers, and Business Leaders Join Forces on Hunting Economics Agenda

AUGUSTA, Maine, July 21, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — A group of local and regional leaders representing sporting organizations, small businesses and retailers announced a new partnership called Hunting Works For Maine today. The group formed to highlight the many benefits of hunting and shooting to Maine’s economy, noting that sportsmen and women are crucial drivers of […]

Moose Ticks Have Always Been Here…Or Have They?

Few will disagree that the moose tick, aka, winter tick (dermacentor albipictus) can be a problem and that an over-abundance kills moose. The claim I have heard for many years is that the moose tick has always been around. Has it? Is making the statement using “around” an honest depiction of more important site specificity? […]

A Discussion on Maine Antler Point Restrictions for Buck Deer

Here we go again! Another debate about antler point restrictions for the perverts who only want to kill “trophy” deer. While this discussion builds, once again, most Mainers are not filling their freezers with the deer meat they want because of a diminished herd. And the talk involves trophy deer hunting? In an article in […]

Maine Radio Hosts Feature Discussion of Maine Bear Referendum Consequences

On Amazon: “The Real Wolf”

The Real Wolf: The Science, Politics, and Economics of Co-Existing with Wolves in Modern Times – Paperback by Ted B. Lyon and Will N. Graves How have thriving elk populations of thousands dwindled to mere hundreds in just a matter of years? Author Ted B. Lyon asserts the wolf is at fault. He also blames […]

Non Surgical Treatment for Echinococcosis

The YUDJINA Clinic specialises on the Echinococcosis Hydatid Cyst treatment (alveolar type also) – a very complex infectious disease caused by the helminthic invasion. The degree of insidiousness of this disease and its consequences can be compared, perhaps, only to cancer. The Echinococcosis infection and the development of the disease proceed imperceptibly for the person […]