We have but one land.
The ESA is a gift to the nation — an expression of our desire to conserve biodiversity.
Please take action.
Suffice it to say that this is one of the most extreme attacks, to date, on our national forests
The American public does not support these back-door assaults on our air, water, climate, workers, wolves, wildlife and public lands.
Federal delisting and subsequent hunting, as well as the imminent extinction of a key food source due to global warming, spell disaster for the iconic grizzly bears of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
No charges were pressed against the Utah cougar hunter who killed Echo the wandering wolf a year ago today, December 28th, 2014… “I had a shot and took it.” The Tragedy of Echo~YouTube
The wolf, a highly social animal is in peril. Hunted down relentlessly, the wolf mourns the loss of family members viciously and unethically trapped, snared, and murdered in droves. He must run for his life daily, year after endless year because man"kind" will not be bothered by the small concessions it would take to oversee harmonious coexistence.
StandForWolvesWyoming has been fighting Washington over delisting since 2003, objecting to the federal standards and offering its own plan for controlling wolf populations. Wyoming treated wolves as "vermin" and allowed them to be hunted along the borders of Yellowstone National Park and throughout National Forest lands south of Jackson Hole.219 wolves were killed in 80% of … Continue reading VOTE 4 WOLVES
The governors of Wyoming and Montana will head to Washington, D.C. this week (Tuesday, September 29th) to give their perspective on how to "improve" (ie. dismantle) the Endangered Species Act. Please find several tweets to send off at the bottom of this post. Western Governors' Association Chairman and Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead will be joined by Governors Steve Bullock (Montana, WGA … Continue reading Here Comes Trouble