October 26, 2020

Proposed Hunting Rule Changes “Don’t Need to be Logical”

INDEED!!!

Yesterday I was reading Gerry Lavigne’s article that was published by the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine concerning one man’s proposals for rule changes dealing with coyotes and bears. Lavigne twice makes the statement that rule proposals by ignorant citizens (my words, not his) “need not be logical.” He was right.

A couple of issues jumped out at me which exemplify the ignorance associated with emotional and irrational actions by those who can’t stand hunting, fishing, and trapping.

One of the petitions being forced onto the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (MDIFW) demands that feral, hybrid canines that heavily populate the Maine landscape, spreading diseases and destroying other species, be classified as a distinct species. The petitioner then intends to submit that new species of nasty half-wild dog to the authorities also demanding protection as an endangered species. Ignorance abounds!

Canines are canines and will interbreed when any opportunity presents itself. What “protects” certain canine species, such as coyotes and wolves, is separation. Does this petitioner even ask why the wild dogs roaming Maine’s landscape are an ad mixture of canines, including domestic dogs? My, my! We couldn’t allow any intelligent and factual information enter discussions about wildlife management.

The biggest threat to wild canine species is overpopulation. The petitioner is a self-anointed wolf worshiper and founder of Maine Wolf Coalition. He believes wolves inhabit the Maine landscape. Sorry. They do not. What inhabits the Maine landscape is a “Heinz 57” mongrelized semi-wild dog…a mixture that is the result of allowing the canine predators to flourish as well as uncontrolled domestic dogs.

Coyotes and wolves have a place in the wild…key word being wild. They do NOT belong is human-settled landscapes. If anyone is so fired up about protecting actual coyotes and wolves, they should be doing everything in their power to prevent the forcing of these canine species into shared landscapes. Interbreeding will undoubtedly occur. History and science proves that.

This illogical petitioner is asking the MDIFW to stop the killing of Maine’s overgrown population of coyotes in order to “protect” Maine’s wolves. Maine doesn’t have wolves. The petitioner wants the wild dogs in the Pine Tree state reclassified creating a species that needs protection…while calling the dogs wolves.

Certainly this circular thinking is not only illogical, it’s insane.

Globally, idiots are screaming for millions of wolves to have free run everywhere…including your back yard. They are demanding protection of the diseased critter because they lack any knowledge about the habits of the animals and the real dangers associated with honest protections of a species. In addition, these irrational, emotional haters of hunting and trapping simply just want to end the long held tradition.

Coyotes are a direct competitor of the wolf. You simply cannot expect thousands of coyotes and wolves (assuming they are actual species) to coexist (forced into the same habitat) and still expect that the species would be protected. It’s impossible. If anyone was actually serious about protecting “grey wolves” in Maine, they would be demanding a serious reduction of coyotes, if not an extirpation of them in order to make room for wolves.

This is all just insanity.

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Can You Handle the Truth About Wolves and Coronavirus?

An article by James Beers

I have received several questions lately about what is known about whether wolves are vectors (i.e. “carry”) the virus that causes coronavirus and if so, can they infest people, dogs, campgrounds and rural home-sites, etc. in their wide-ranging nighttime foraging in the settled landscapes of The Lower 48 States.  The answer – like so much about these Government Issue (GI) large predators like wolves and grizzlies increasingly absorbed into federal jurisdiction and protection or cougars and black bears simultaneously being given more and more State protection (and less and less management and control) – is that government and their radical environment supporters, and protectors must have told the media that you couldn’t handle the truth so it is downplayed, derided or ignored.


“They” might not get the votes in Colorado in November to voluntarily impose wolves on Rural Colorado if you knew too much.  Those Seattle voters would be less likely to browbeat the State Wildlife Agency to spread and protect wolves or to strongly oppose spreading grizzly bears over a wide swath of the rest of the State.  Idaho wouldn’t commit the millions they are considering to reduce wolves to a low level and keep them there. Montana voters will not make it a high priority to fight the continued dabbling by the courts into how, when, and where the many wolves in the State can be controlled, reduced and maintained in the State, thereby chipping away at the lie everywhere that the feds will “delist the wolves” in The Lower 48 States instead of just tying the State’s hands, forcing them to maintain growing wolf densities and pay for it all out of state wildlife funds to bankrupt the State wildlife management programs and hunting.  Great Lakes State’s rural residents, ranchers, hunters and campers might not continue their “good child” demeanor about all the lies and dissembling by federal and State politicians, bureaucrats, and environmentalists that despite endless promises and excuses for years about “delisting”, they are “still working on it and not to call them, they’ll call you”.

You will notice that any news about wolves and coronavirus could upset a lot of apple carts especially throughout the West and the Great Lakes States.  If the “natives”; especially those out of work, those quarantined in their homes, those with dogs, and all those so recently schooled about how easily and quickly the coronavirus is spread; heard that wolves carry the virus and spread it in their far and wide wanderings in, around and through human areas: why, they might get pretty restless.

Here is what seems to be the case.

1.    A recent “study” of wolves in Yellowstone Park reported, “We know that nearly all wolves in Yellowstone become infected with canine parvovirus, canine adenovirus-1, and canine herpesvirus at some point in their lives. We have also detected canine coronavirus-1, canine adenovirus-2, and Bordetella bronteseptica; but currently we have no estimate of how common these infections are or their impacts (although they can cause severe illness in domestic dogs).”  Obtaining a copy of this study was difficult and I have not seen any reporting of it.  Long story short, the -1 is not differentiated from the current -19 you see and hear about daily.  This indicates the strong possibility that if wolves carry it; other canines (coyotes, dingos, dogs, jackals) very likely carry it.

2.    There is no literature that I can find on the biology of wild canines carrying or transmitting the coranovirus to humans.  Paradoxically, there is an endless string of “studies” on protecting the only canine we sleep with and treat like “a member of the family” the pet dog.  They mostly assure us that Fido is not in danger of getting coronavirus in our home if we take precautions around the dog like not coughing on them and making frequent $$ veterinarian visits.  But…

3.    An article in LIVESCIENCE reports, “A pet dog that contracted a “low-level” COVID-19 infection from its owner has now died, according to news reports. The owner has not allowed the dog to be autopsied, so the exact cause of death remains unknown.”   “ The dog’s owner, a 60-year-old woman, first tested positive for COVID-19 on Feb. 25 and was hospitalized at the time, according to the news report. She returned home on March 8 after recovering from the illness. The genetic makeup of the virus found in people and the virus found in the woman’s Pomeranian appeared similar, the AFCD reported. “The [gene] sequence results indicate that the virus likely spread from the infected persons and subsequently infected the dog,” they noted in a statement.”

So this what I have found out.  The US government and media do not want to recognize any coronavirus danger to humans from wolves, coyotes, or dogs.  Addressing the “worry” about humans infecting some poor “fixed” “rescue” dog is another matter.

If a Pomeranian, died from being infected by an infected human, then it is pretty likely a wolf or coyote could be infected as well but it also means the reverse: that a canine (wolf, coyote or dog) could infect a human through just as many possibilities (sneezing, coughing, leaving saliva, etc.) on things in yards or on things other animals mouth or lick and then bring into the house or leave it when they lick furniture or children or cuts on adult’s hands, etc.

I can hear it already, “what does Beers’ know?” and “there are no studies or data supporting this, it is all fiction!”  All I know, like Will Rogers, is what I read in the paper plus in this instance what I don’t read in all the non-existent “studies” by those bureaucrats running this runaway train.

Allow me to observe, that you and I clearly “can’t stand the truth” otherwise we would be told the truth even though it would disrupt all these government schemes to vacate rural America and eliminate everything from hunting and trapping to logging, grazing and gun possession. LOL!

So wolves, coyotes and dogs can carry the coronavirus and they sneeze, cough and leave saliva.  Thus they can and you can bet they are doing their bit; as perhaps the widest-ranging large animal out there, the wolf, is doing more than their fair share in rural America as you read this.  Not to worry though, like “delisting the wolf”, “we have some more work to do and when we get it done, don’t call us, we’ll call you.”

Jim Beers

29 March 2020

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Jim Beers is a retired US Fish & Wildlife Service Wildlife Biologist, Special Agent, Refuge Manager, Wetlands Biologist, and Congressional Fellow. He was stationed in North Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York City, and Washington DC.  He also served as a US Navy Line Officer in the western Pacific and on Adak, Alaska in the Aleutian Islands.  He has worked for the Utah Fish & Game, Minneapolis Police Department, and as a Security Supervisor in Washington, DC.  He testified three times before Congress; twice regarding the theft by the US Fish & Wildlife Service of $45 to 60 Million from State fish and wildlife funds and once in opposition to expanding Federal Invasive Species authority.  He resides in Eagan, Minnesota with his wife of many decades.

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Making Stuff Up, Shifts the Wildlife Management Paradigm

The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations (TIHR), formerly known as the Wellington House, is, to put it bluntly so all can understand, a brainwashing institution whose sole purpose is: “…to shape the moral, spiritual, cultural, political and economic decline of the United States of America.” I’m quite certain the majority of readers do not want to believe this and that’s alright. It doesn’t really matter one way or the other what you think about all this. TIHR does believe this and they are going about their business while we dither blindly.

A few years back, I wrote a piece all about the Wellington House, now the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations. If interested in learning some of how and why the world has gotten to the point that everything is upside-down and makes little sense, click on the link above and have a good read. I will make a note at this juncture that most all of the information that I wrote about back then is factually true. Some aspects of the piece, I have since gained much knowledge about and would change. However, the concept and the lists of organizations that are readily contributing to the altering of the way you think (or lack thereof) and act, are accurate.

Carl Pope, a former executive director of the Sierra Club, once said, “…environmentalism is part of a broader progressive movement.” The Broader Progressive Movement has many agendas, one of which, goes along with the Tavistock’s stated mission: “…to shape the moral, spiritual, cultural, political and economic decline of the United States of America.” It is no real secret that this movement intends to “gain new understanding and knowledge” (a stated goal of the Left’s Second Nature and the Aspen Institute) and to “shift the paradigm” as to how wildlife management is discussed and perceived. If you don’t understand what all of this means, it’s easy. They intend to “gain new understanding and knowledge,” i.e. make stuff up, and “shift the paradigm,” or force the lies down all of our throats.

To accomplish this, enough people must be duped into believing what they are being told. I often refer to these followers as useful idiots and/or “True Believers.” This task becomes easier the more dumbed down a society becomes; those incapable of independent and critical thinking.

Eric Hoffer, author of “The True Believer: Thoughts on the Nature of Mass Movements,” writes: “All mass movements generate in their adherents a readiness to die and a proclivity for united action; all of them, irrespective of the doctrine they preach, and the program they project, breed fanaticism, enthusiasm, fervent hope, hatred and intolerance; all of them are capable of releasing a powerful flow of activity in certain departments of life; all of them demand blind faith and single hearted allegiance.

“All movements however different in doctrine and aspiration, draw their early adherence from the same types of humanity; they all appeal to the same types of minds. At first they come gently. With power they speak and act boldly.”

A close examination of exactly what Hoffer is describing is enough to blow the minds of the sane and rational, i.e. those with a brain left to think and to see.

If Environmentalism, which goes hand in hand with Animal Rights, is only a part of a broader promotion of the Progressive Movement, then it is only logical to conclude that things like wolf introduction, predator protection, balance of nature, Climate Change, and wildlife management in general are part of that movement in which “new understanding and knowledge” (lies) and a “paradigm shift” (forcing it down our throats) are all a part of the bigger movement.

Why is it necessary to make stuff up and then force everyone to see things differently? Does “truth” then become nothing more than one’s ideological narrative, because that, they have been convinced, is the “new knowledge and understanding?”

This illness is prevalent in everything…I mean EVERYTHING. Climate Change, as sold to the masses of True Believers, is an unprovable theory, and yet those claiming to be scientists, and have paid for a college degree that gives them the right to say so, practice their profession based on an unprovable theory.

Decades have been spent fine tuning the North American Model of Wildlife Management, and the Broader Progressive Movement is intent on destroying it; or in their own words, to promote their “new knowledge and understanding,” regardless of whether it is fact or fiction, and then force all others to accept their new religion.

State fish and wildlife departments are now 100% rife with Environmentalism. Most of what they do, to the few of us remaining, makes no sense as they muddle through confounded acts of what they believe to be science/biology that are strangled by Climate Change.

These departments are controlled by the non scientific strings of Environmentalism now disguised as “social demands.”

I could spend the day giving example after example of how, through the deliberate act of “to shape the moral, spiritual, cultural, political and economic decline of the United States of America,” Environmentalism, a broader progressive movement, but if you can’t see it and won’t see it, then you are, more than likely, a blind True Believer: one who has at first, “come gently” but now, “speak and act boldly.”

As part of this movement, you have been brainwashed. It began a long time ago, and you cannot see it. That’s all part of the program. I wonder if you are “ready to die” with “a proclivity for united action?”

This is a real pandemic…eventually it will get us all.

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Wyoming: Wolf Free Zone and Game Populations Disappearing

Below are some interesting charts, graphs, and data about wolves and the effects they are having on Wyoming’s big game populations of moose, elk, and deer. The data comes from the Wyoming Game and Fish.

Somehow, throughout the criminal activities of Government and rogue non governmental groups to illegally force gray wolves onto the landscape of the Northern Rocky Mountains and the Greater Yellowstone Region, Wyoming was able, through legal channels, to designate the majority of the geographic region of the state as “Wolf Free.” This designation means that in these zones wolves can essentially be killed at any time by any means and without a license.

The data that is compiled comes from those areas where controlling of wolves as a predator, is strictly regulated by state and federal governments. These zones where wolves are protected, at least to some degree, regardless of the lies being perpetuated by government agencies, non government agencies, and the media, are experiencing devastating losses to moose, elk, and deer. The insanity persists that people be forced to live in scarcity to protect a large predator that has no good purpose in people-settled lanscapes.

The lies within the rigged Beast System continue…unchecked.

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Like Deliberate Killing of Endangered Species for Attention, So Goes Wildfires

Okay! So nobody wants to talk about the realization that there exists in this post-normal, insane society, people who would deliberately kill animals or start forest fires in order to draw attention to their own activism. But, isn’t it a reality?

The entire world is now subject to the brainwashing after effects of the Hegelian Dialectic. Whether a deliberate act or the consequence of True-Believership, the dialectic is real and plays a part, to some degree, in nearly everything we do. Mostly, we simply don’t realize it.

Briefly, the Hegelian Dialectic is defined as “Thesis, Reaction, Antithesis.” I like to put it more into layman’s terms and describe it this way – create a problem, embellish that problem, and then offer a preplanned solution.

When activists, depending upon the severity of their religious, dogmatic indoctrination, can’t get the attention they want that will perpetuate their insanity, they simply do whatever it takes. It some cases they will, for instance, find and kill an endangered species (thesis), blame it on hunters, ranchers, trappers, etc. (reaction/embellishment), and then propose more laws to punish and protect (antithesis/what they desired for an outcome when they killed the animal.).

Climate Change activism is no different. If simply magnifying the echo chambers doesn’t get enough attention in order to do something about Climate Change, why not start a fire?

It seems all we’ve heard about through Fall and early Winter is about all the “wildfires” in Australia. Regardless of how the fires started matters not to a Climate Change activists who has been taught “never let a good crisis go to waste.” As such, the fires, their intensity, frequency, and geographic proportions are being blamed on Climate Changes by the activists.

I was reading one account this morning on The Patriot Post of how the wildfires in Australia are mostly caused by deliberate arson: “…the Australian Associated Press reveal police had dealt with 31 adults and 67 juveniles suspected of deliberately setting fires, and that as many as 120 additional fires were still being investigated.”

What is not stated is how many of those deliberately set fires were done by activists wishing to embellish their “thesis” about Climate Change. It’s no laughing matter.

In a recent article, I wrote of deeper and darker, sinister power brokers working to establish a thinking among people that Climate Change will amount to catastrophic and widespread planet destruction unless “SOMETHING” isn’t done to stop it.

As I explained, this alarmism sets the stage for planned events that can be blamed on Climate Change. To it’s ultimate pinnacle of insanity, the end of the world could arrive and people would be blaming it on Climate Change, which is all part of a much larger example of our wrestling against powers and principalities in dark places.

While few can see the deeper and larger scheme of “Bread and Circuses,” nothing prevents the useless eaters, those True Believer wannabes, who do the bidding for the power brokers, often unaware, in their emotional state of “we’re all gonna die,” are prompted to such events as killing animals and setting fires.

The thesis has been promulgated that man-caused Climate Change is going to destroy the planet. Jumping on the bandwagon of taking full advantage of a crisis, real or created, to embellish the thesis, is what sets the stage for preplanned solutions.

The most common “solution” is a tax on carbon. None of us knows the amount of the tax or what the money will be used for other than to believe the lies the government officials and those who promote Climate Change tell us. There are deeper and darker sides to the “we need to do something.” Those realities are never spoken of. Such eye-openers as eugenics.

Beyond the surface discussions of Climate Change lurks darkness that is impossible for most to see or even imagine. Trust me when I say that cows farting, forests burning, and cars burning fossil fuels have nothing at all to do with the real drivers of Climate Change. What needs to be learned is what these religious freaks will do to save the planet and what ground work is being laid that will ultimately spell our own demise.

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Fake Eastern Gray Wolves and Destruction of a Perfectly Good Wolf Species

In an article published on the Maine Wolf Coalition’s website over a year ago, it states that in 2006 a trapper killed a 107-lb “eastern/gray” wolf. The Maine Wolf Coalition (MWC), whose stated goal is the “recovery” of wolves in Maine (evidently they have no preference as to what species or hybridized mix of canine is “recovered”), improperly tells its readers that the animal, whose information they attribute to, was a male eastern and gray wolf mixture.

An honest assessment of the piece of “scholarship” (study) “suggests” that the animal in question, killed south of the St. Lawrence River, was some kind of, at least, partly domesticated hybrid of some canine that fed mostly on livestock and pets.

But here’s the real crime in all of this dog perversion and demands to “recover” wolves, not just in Maine, but anywhere. Those supporting “wolf recovery” are willing, either through ignorance of animal obsession, or both, especially dogs, to totally destroy the actual gray wolf species to get some kind of wild dog roaming about the woods. This makes no sense and presents a good case to support the claim of insanity.

It has already been proven, many times, that the wild canines that inhabit anywhere in the Lower United States, is not a pure wolf but some add-mixture of wild and domestic dogs/canines. Dog lovers then want these hybrid canines to be labeled some kind of wolf, i.e. red, Mexican, etc. So long as the criminals in Government continue to protect these disease-riddled hybrid dogs, they are contributing to the destruction of the actual species. Aren’t there laws that are supposed to prohibit such actions and behaviors?

According to an article found in Deer and Deer Hunting (online), wolves in certain counties of Wisconsin now are responsible for killing more deer than gun hunters do.

In Maine, the deer herd in most of the state, geographically speaking, is in terrible condition. Northern Maine is lucky to find deer numbers that approach 2 or 3 animals per square mile. Poor management of moose has caused North America’s largest ungulate to suffer from winter ticks due to uncontrolled growth in the population. Government officials will claim that moose and deer do not compete with each other but there is little explanation as to why, when there are lots of moose there are few deer.

Maine’s black bear population is out of control and the Legislature, in their incompetence and ignorance, refuse to do anything sensible about the problem. In the meantime, an overgrown population of bears is destroying the deer herd, along with packs of hybrid wild canines, deer have little chance. And, with all this, a group wants “wolves” recovered. NUTS!!!!

The insanity in all this is that groups like the Maine Wolf Coalition want what they call wolves “recovered” clearly at the expense of all else. If these groups cared about the real wolf, they would be looking at destroying and preventing the spread of these hybrid canines. But they are not. They just want some kind of dog they can call a wolf.

Among this insanity, people work feverishly to protect large predators, most of which are direct competitors with humans in the food chain. These predator protectors wrongfully make claim that people don’t need to hunt to eat. They obviously have never lived under conditions where people still need to hunt for food. Besides, even if people didn’t NEED to hunt for food, it is insanity to suggest protecting disease-spreading animals that directly remove food from the mouths of people. It’s as insane as supplementing gasoline by destroying a perfectly good food source.

Wolves have their place in wilderness settings. They do not belong in human-settled landscapes because of public safety, health, food competition, and the actual destruction of the wolf species.

In America there are so many domestic dogs…I mean we are talking millions and millions of them, with millions running unleashed and cross breeding with any other wild or semi-wild canine (dog). The result is a mongrel dog worth little to a society, a direct threat to wild canines – wolves and coyotes. To claim this hybrid mixture as worthy of protection, is insane; it is a knife to our own throats.

If Americans want wolves and coyotes, real ones, on their landscape, then domestic dogs need to be drastically reduced or serious penalties levied against anyone who allows their pet dogs to run free.

What do you think will happen?

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Some Environmentalists Say…

I was recently accused, if that’s the word, of “broad-brush stroking” when making a comment about how “Environmentalists” want to control every aspect of our lives through senseless (no, seriously) regulation to a point now that it has become serious over-regulation.

So, fearing that someone who identifies as an “Environmentalist” might accuse me of lumping all environmentalists into the same cauldron of stewing rotten meat, let me say that SOME environmentalists (and yes, probably SOME on the RIGHT and SOME on the LEFT and SOME in the MIDDLE) have a very peculiar form of circular thinking (actually it is lack of thinking otherwise they wouldn’t be so stupid to be making certain statements and accusations) especially when it comes to how hunting causes so many “bad” things to happen.

I have been known to state that those who perpetuate the myth of Global Warming, that is, in the sense in which they attempt to sell it, have a very similar form of circular reasoning as SOME do when it comes to the effects of hunting.

We know, because we listen (for some unknown reason) to those who blame Global Warming on everything…yes, EVERYTHING, that Global Warming causes both hot and cold…sometimes at the same time. Global Warming is the cause of anything any believer would like to blame it on. Hunting isn’t all that much different from the perspective of a circular thinking environmentalist and/or an animal rights advocate.

Many dinosaurs have gone extinct because Cave Men hunted them to extinction. In the more modern era, buffalo went extinct because man hunted them. Caribou are going extinct because man hunted them. Elk had to be reintroduced because man hunted them to near extinction. Mountain lions, we are told, have gone extinct in many portions of the U.S. because man hunted them. Gray wolves, red wolves, Mexican wolves, wolf wolves all went extinct because man hunted them. Pick a species…any species and some Environmentalist will tell you it went extinct because man hunted them (whether they did or not).

However, to SOME environmentalists, hunting also causes certain populations of animal species to “compensate” for losses caused by hunting. So which is it? If hunting causes species to go extinct, how can hunting also cause species to grow to numbers too big? Like Global Warming causes hot and cold, floods and droughts, wealth and poverty, hunting evidently will cause both extinction and compensatory replenishment.

How convenient!!!

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Grizzly Bears, The Courts, The Government, The RIGGED SYSTEM

Reinstatement of ESA Listing for the Grizzly Bear in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem in Compliance With Court Order

SUMMARY: We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), are issuing this final rule to comply with a court order that had the effect of reinstating the regulatory protections under the Endangered Species Act of 1973, as amended (ESA), for the grizzly bear (Ursus arctos horribilis) in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE). Thus, this final rule is required to reflect the change effected by that order to the GYE grizzly bear population’s status on the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife. DATES: This action is effective July 31, 2019. However, the court order had legal effect immediately upon being filed on September 24, 2018.<<<Read More>>>

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Ample Bugs

Oh my!! We’re all gonna die!!!!

Over the past several years, I have been repeatedly told that birds, especially bats, are seriously threatened due to a lack of insects to eat because of Global Warming and other such nonsense.

After spending the Spring into mid-Summer in Maine, I can comfortably assure you there is no lack of black flies, mosquitos, deer flies, moose flies, ticks, and just about all other species of insects.

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The Wolf Farce Delisting Continues After Extension of Comment Period

Removing the Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) From the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife

SUMMARY: We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), recently published a proposal to remove the gray wolf from the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife, and we announced the opening of a 60-day public comment period on the proposed action, ending May 14, 2019. We then extended the comment period by 60 days, ending July, 15, 2019, to allow all interested parties additional time to comment on the proposed rule. We now announce a public information open house and public hearing on our proposed rule. We also notify the public of the availability of the final peer review report containing the individual peer reviews of our proposal and information on the peer review process.<<<Read More>>>

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