US Rep Sean Duffy (R-WI) Proposes Removing Endangered Species Act Protection for Gray Wolves in the Lower 48 States…

...Duffy wants management returned to the states and court challenges of management plans would not be allowed under his proposal. Duffy proposes removing wolves from Endangered Species Act Law would eliminate possible court challenges by Rick Olivo Ashland Daily Press rolivo@ashlanddailypress.net U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy again is trying to kill Endangered Species Act protection for … Continue reading US Rep Sean Duffy (R-WI) Proposes Removing Endangered Species Act Protection for Gray Wolves in the Lower 48 States…

“Alpha” A Film About a Wolf & a Young man in an Epic Adventure…

Gray wolves are highly intelligent and social animals just like the domestic dog. Just where did this working relationship begin? The domestic dog and the gray wolf have the same common ancestor. Studies suggest the split between their common ancestor occurred some 33,000 years ago. "Humans and dogs were constant companions well before our ancestors … Continue reading “Alpha” A Film About a Wolf & a Young man in an Epic Adventure…

Will the Government Ever Get it Right on Delisting the Gray Wolf in the Great Lakes Region?

These and other questions come to mind as the Federal Government Working On Removing Gray Wolf From Endangered Species List . Will Wisconsin be transparent in its management of the Gray wolf population, and once again allow for greater pubic input as it did prior to the 2012 USF&WS delisting decision.

The Hungry Orphaned Black Bear Cubs…

Mother bear sends her cubs quickly up a tree, as she makes herself the decoy, and leads the mob of hounds away from her precious cubs. Exhausted she climbs a tree, the mob of hounds hollering below, the sounds of men is heard along with a shot of thunder ending mother bears life… The following … Continue reading The Hungry Orphaned Black Bear Cubs…

An Article that Delves Deep Into Current Problems Within the Environmental & Green Movements

Earth Island Journal by KIERA ANDERSON KITTY STRYKER Photo by Laura Borealis No Compromise - Our movement needs to do a better job of addressing sexual violence and misogyny within its ranks. WHILE MOST OF US may be irritated but not surprised to deal with misogyny in our day-to-day lives, we don’t expect to experience … Continue reading An Article that Delves Deep Into Current Problems Within the Environmental & Green Movements

Letters to the Editor are Urgently Needed to Counter Anti Wolf Legislation…

...Senator Sean Duffy (R-WI) has introduced legislation to remove Gray wolves from the Federal Endangered Species List. The senator wants to use science-based wildlife management for Wisconsin's Gray wolf population he says. Senator Duffy's science-based management is a trophy hunt on Wisconsin's Gray wolf. That's precisely what he wants for Wisconsin's Gray wolf; delisting them … Continue reading Letters to the Editor are Urgently Needed to Counter Anti Wolf Legislation…

The fragrance of ripe black berries hang in the north woods of Wisconsin…

The Black Bear moves softly through the berry patch showing her cubs the way, teaching as her mother taught her, for generation after generation, until... The greedy men laid out sweet smelling donuts hidden in a hollow log that tempted mother bear. But thereafter, the silence in the forest was broken in by the noise … Continue reading The fragrance of ripe black berries hang in the north woods of Wisconsin…

Wisconsin’s Black Bear is Being Exploited for the Sole Purpose of Hunting…

Individual species should and must be managed for the good of the species and the habitat it depends. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources estimates; most recent data indicates the bear population is currently estimated to be just under 29,000 bears. DNR manages bear population size through regulated hunting. In the end, black bears are managed … Continue reading Wisconsin’s Black Bear is Being Exploited for the Sole Purpose of Hunting…

Jane Goodall interview: ‘The most important thing is sharing good news’

by Mongabay.com on 17 November 2017 • Celebrated conservationist and Mongabay advisor Jane Goodall spoke with Mongabay founder and CEO Rhett A. Butler for the podcast just before departing for her latest speaking tour (she travels 300 days a year raising conservation awareness). Here we supply the full transcript. "...I think it’s rubbish. First of … Continue reading Jane Goodall interview: ‘The most important thing is sharing good news’