Working to Save the Mexican Wolf

 Wolf releases prepare to expand Arizona Daily Sun Earlier this month, ranchers, federal forest and wildlife officials and local government representatives crowded into a Forest Service conference room in Heber. They were there to discuss a topic many locals have long opposed: the expansion of Mexican gray wolf releases into a much larger area of …

News Release from Wildlife Defence League on BC Wolf Cull

Press Release: South Selkirk Wolves Confirmed Slaughtered in Second Year of BC Wolf Cull Wildlife Defence League February 18, 2016    SOUTH SELKIRK, February 18, 2016 - BC-based conservation organization, Wildlife Defence League, has received information that the second year of the BC Liberals’ five year plan to cull wolves in the South Selkirk region …

A Resource Hub for Educators Teaching Students the History, Cultural and Tribal Sovereignty of the First Nations of Wisconsin 

WisconsinAct31.org in PK-16 Education    Act 31 on the UW Campus The Act's greatest impact on programs at the University of Wisconsin, is that each teacher seeking a license from the state must have instruction in American Indian history, culture and tribal sovereignty, Meeting the requirement of Act 31 is more than an obligation for …

Help Humane Society of the United States in the Fight to Protect Wisconsin’s Gray Wolf

Humane Society of the U.S. stopped the trophy of hunt of wild wolves in Wisconsin, Great Lakes Region and in the U.S. numerous times. Please review the following Timeline of Gray Wolf Protection (source)  Donate, take action HSUS is on the front lines protecting Wisconsin's gray wolf.   2014: The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia issues …

Feds Offering Reward for Illegal Wolf Kills in Northeastern Minnesota 

It's illegal to kill gray wolves in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan and in Wyoming. Wolves in these four states are under the protection of the Federal Endangered Species Act as December 2014.   It's illegal to kill gray wolves in Minnesota except in self-defense and is punishable by six months in jail and up to $25,000 …

Demonstrators oppose Idaho wolf kills

Source By Steve Bertel Feb 15, 2016 BOISE - Dozens gathered on the steps of the Idaho Statehouse Monday afternoon to show support for wolf recovery in Idaho and opposition to Idaho’s Wolf Depredation Control Board and the recent aerial gunning of wolves in the “Lolo Zone” by the USDA Wildlife Services and Idaho Fish …

Opinion Editorial: Wolf delisting decision not based on the facts

Source: The Register-Guard By Adrian Treves FEB. 15, 2016 Last fall, the state Fish and Wildlife Commission voted 4-2 to remove protections of the state Endangered Species Act for gray wolves. It was a flawed decision, and the state Legislature could make it worse. Oregon’s law requires that listing decisions be based on “documented and verifiable …

Reader’s view: Courts did the right thing for wolf management

Reader's response to a Duluth News opinion piece by two Wisconsin senators Wisconsinites' view from D.C.: Wolf policy should recognize people By U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson and U.S. Rep. Reid Ribble on Feb 3, 2016 at 12:10 a.m. Source: Duluth News a Tribune By E. August Allen from Milford, Conn. Today at 12:10 a.m. This is …

Wolves in Art News: Esquimalt artist selected to create artwork for B.C. Ferries

Artists throughout the ages have influenced culture through their work.  I hold a B.S. degree in art education where I learned about ancient native cultures. I am posting this news on artist Darlene Gait a member of the Esquimalt Nation, who is from the wolf clan tribe. I look forward to viewing her art murals. …

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