Please take action for America’s Gray wolf… From D.C. to Yellowstone National Park’s Montana boundary the Gray wolf has been persecuted. Delisting Legislation is being considered in the senate (already passed by the House) that would remove gray wolves from the lower 48 and take away any judicial review. And return wolf management back into […]Read More Gray Wolves are at Risk of Loosing Federal Protection…
The War On Wolves Continues. Wolf advocates we must make our voices heard. By Alex Krevitz, M.A. Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Science Editor In recent years state and federal natural resource agencies have targeted grey wolves Canis lupus, for elimination. Scientific organizations and reputable non governmental wildlife organizations have had their peer reviewed scientific […]Read More The Intent Upon Killing Wolves for Trophy on Public Lands is Exploitation
At his best, man is the noblest of all animals; separated from law and justice he is the worst. ~Aristotle The following is a wolf hounding fact sheet: Out of all the states that hunt wolves, only Wisconsin allows hound hunters to use unleashed packs of dogs to hunt wolves. Wisconsin, quite literally, throws “dogs […]Read More Wolf Hounding Fact Sheet: Wisconsin, quite literally, throws dogs to wolves
Michigan wolf hunting would be reauthorized under lame-duck bill Source LANSING, MI — A Republican senator has introduced lame-duck legislation that would reauthorize Michigan wildlife mangers to classify gray wolves as a game species if the animal is ever removed from the U.S. Endangered Species list after a 2014 law which allowed that was stuck down […]Read More Michigan bill is basically identical to previous legislation that was nullified by referendum voters and the courts
Princeton-UCLA study finds gray wolves should remain protected. Researchers from Princeton University and the University of California-Los Angeles who investigated the genetic ancestry of North America’s wild canines have concluded that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s scientific arguments for removing gray wolves from endangered species protection are incorrect. The study, which contradicts conventional thinking, […]Read More Wolves should remain protected according to a new study from Princeton-UCLA
Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) introduced an amendment that would remove wolves from federal Endangered Species Act protections in four states and no judicial review. This is the second anti-wolf bill to be introduced in the senate. The first is the Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act. Both of these bills call for delisting wolves in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan […]Read More Take Action- There are two anti-wolf bills in the senate.