October 20, 2016

Lynx in South Vermont – Driven There by Global Warming?

*Editor’s Note* – If readers have even a basic understanding about Canada lynx, including its history, the tone of the information found in the below article, is typical environmentalism’s clap-trap nonsense. History tells us that lynx in Vermont, at any time in history, is a very rare thing and most likely any spotting of such […]

Can coyote predation risk induce reproduction suppression in white-tailed deer?

Abstract Predators can have powerful nonconsumptive effects on their prey by inducing behavioral, physiological, and morphological responses. These nonconsumptive effects may influence prey demography if they decrease birthrates or increase susceptibility to other sources of mortality. The Reproductive Suppression Model suggests that iteroparous species may maximize their lifetime reproductive success by suppressing their reproduction until […]

You Cannot Use a Rigged System to Defeat a Rigged System

*Editor’s Note* – One of the things that has not been learned by those posing as desirable for wolves to be “managed appropriately” is that, even though some may at times mouth the words that wolf protection isn’t about wolves, it’s about control of man (and any other claim you would like to add to […]

Letter to House Subcommittee on Natural Resources: RE: Wolf Management

September 29, 2016 The Honorable Louie Gohmert, Chairman House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations 1324 Longworth House Office Building Washington, DC 20515 The Honorable Debbie Dingell, Ranking Democrat House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations 1324 Longworth House Office Building Washington, DC 20515 Dear Chairman Gohmert and Congresswoman Dingell: We write today […]

Federal Wolf Management Fraught with Controversies and Failures

Press Release from the House Committee on Natural Resources: WASHINGTON, D.C., September 21, 2016 – Today, the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations held an oversight hearing on the status of the federal government’s inconsistent and unsuccessful wolf management efforts in the United States. The panel, which included local and state witnesses, focused on red wolves […]

When You Start Killing Wolves Something Odd Happens

Other wildlife population numbers POSITIVELY GROW!     Elk herds thrive!  

Russians Can’t Collect Weather Data Because Global Warming Bears Ain’t Scared

Or something. To further my afternoon of sharing the insanity of the world, from the fact that idiots are “protecting” a species that doesn’t need protecting, much because George W. Bush is a moron puppet, to scientists unable to protect themselves, to believing the problem with bears is the result of some unproven, lied about […]

Minnesota Wolves: No Kudos from Here

The following article from a Northern Minnesota newspaper describes a 40-year US Fish and Wildlife Service (retired) Wolf Biologist admitting that wolves in Minnesota have indeed decimated the Minnesota moose population and that, undoubtedly, any attempt to increase moose numbers in Minnesota would be akin to introducing impalas into a lion cage at the zoo. […]

Colorado Has Too Many Black Bears – We Told You So

*Editor’s Note* – When Colorado decided to effectively ban every method to legally harvest black bears, with the exception of one man and one rifle, we warned the public and officials that when social demands, orchestrated by the environmentalists, remove the tools necessary for wildlife managers to control wild animal populations, problems like those now […]

Removing the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem Population of Grizzly Bears From the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife

SUMMARY: We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), announce the reopening of the public comment period on our March 11, 2016, proposed rule to revise the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife, under the authority of the Endangered Species Act, by removing the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem population of grizzly bears (Ursus arctos horribilis). In […]