Humane Society of the U.S. Alert Protect Grizzly Bears in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) is planning to remove Endangered Species Act (ESA) protections from grizzly bears who live in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. This would turn management of this iconic species over to the states and subject these animals to trophy hunting seasons in Montana, Idaho and Wyoming.Contrary to what the USFWS … Continue reading Humane Society of the U.S. Alert Protect Grizzly Bears in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming

An explanation of why wolves kill more than they can eat.

Source: The Truth About Wolf Surplus Killing: Survival, Not Sport What gets called “surplus killing” actually isn’t, it’s killing for future feeding By: Wes Siler Apr 5, 2016 You probably saw the headlines a couple weeks ago when a pack of wolves near Jackson, Wyoming, killed 19 elk in a single night. The event was blown … Continue reading An explanation of why wolves kill more than they can eat.

The Bozeman Film Society kicks off it’s inaugural Science on Screen (SoS) Series on March 30th

The Bozeman Film Society kicks off it’s inaugural Science on Screen (SoS) Series on March 30th with gorgeous coming of age drama, DRUID PEAK. Director Marni Zelnick & executive producer, Maureen Mayer, along with scientists, Dr. Doug Smith, lead biologist of the Yellowstone Wolf Project, and Dr. Katey Franklin, director of MSU Human Development Clinic and … Continue reading The Bozeman Film Society kicks off it’s inaugural Science on Screen (SoS) Series on March 30th

The State of the Wolves, 2015-2016

by Rick Lamplugh's Blog click HERE to go to Rick's blog    For wolves and their advocates, 2015 was a year of triumph and tragedy. The year began with the glow from a great victory: wolves had been placed back under federal protection in four states where they had been slaughtered. The year ended with advocates breathing … Continue reading The State of the Wolves, 2015-2016