March 26, 2017

Florida Representative Proposes Ten Year Ban on Bear Hunting

*Editor’s Note* – As we continue to see such legislation that strips wildlife managers of necessary tools to do the jobs they are commissioned to do, is there any wonder that other states, sick and tired of ignorant animal rights perverts and environmentalists crafting legislation to rule out science over emotional clap-trap, crafting some of […]

Hatred Toward Man and The Perverted Obsession With Animals

Maybe there’s too many people in the world. I have always been told that if you have too much of something, you become programmed not to place as high a value on it. Could be. Maybe it’s just anger. Most people get angry when they have been taken advantage of, used, abused and put away […]

D.C. Court of Appeals Overturns Wyoming Wolf Protection Ruling

On March 3, 2017, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, overturned a previous ruling that had placed wolves in Wyoming back under protection of the Endangered Species Act. Gray wolves in Wyoming are now under the management of the State and the 2012 Wolf Management Plan has been reinstated. Below […]

Utah: Biologist Back With Family After Accident

*Editor’s Query* – Of course I have questions. Reading the information in this article, we see where a biologist is “accidentally” injected with a tranquiler (dart) intended for a yearling cub black bear – weighing how much? And how much did the biologist who got “accidentally” injected weigh? The article doesn’t tell us the dosage […]

Poliquin supports, Pingree opposes bill to allow killing of denning wolves and bears in Alaska refuges

*Editor’s Note* – I find it interesting the name of this joint resolution is called “Killing Baby Animals in Alaska Act.” Also, the information provided in the article that I have linked to is incorrect – or should I say it is untruthful. If Congress can cede authority to manage animals on wildlife refuges to […]

Himalayan Wolf Attack of a Twelve-Year-Old Case at High Altitude

Abstract: Introduction: Animal attack is a major public health problem worldwide with mortality reported to the centre for disease control and prevention. In the United States, a person is more likely to be killed by an animal than from lightning strike. Wolves are apex predators and have attacked humans since antiquity. Wolf attacks remain a […]

Lolo, Selkirk Elk Study of 2011

Wolf Summit II – Focus on Wisconsin

DC Court Rules in Favor of Wyoming Wolf Delisting

Press Release from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation: MISSOULA, Mont.—The Washington DC Court of Appeals issued a ruling in favor of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), State of Wyoming, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and others regarding the delisting of wolves from the Endangered Species List in Wyoming. This case, originally filed in November […]

Maybe The New Education Secretary Knew More About Bears Than the Laughers

Outdoor Hub is reporting that the new Education Secretary may have been quite accurate when she stated that guns might be necessary in schools to protect students from bears. WSFB TV in Connecticut reports that two schools in Southington were put in Lockdown due to the presence of bear(s). The report claims that when last […]