Suffice it to say that this is one of the most extreme attacks, to date, on our national forests
No other human activity in the West is as responsible for the decline or loss of species as is livestock production.
As you probably already know, the Center for Biological Diversity and Cascadia Wildlands filed a lawsuit challenging the lethal management protocol of wolves in Washington. The lawsuit asserts that the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife's killing of wolves in two packs in the northeastern part of the state relied on a faulty protocol and failed to undergo required … Continue reading Washington: Stop the Wolf-killing Protocol
This bill immediately removes every species, including wolves, from the list of threatened and endangered species.
Rise Up for Wolves in Washington State
This, my friends, is the grand finale, our final hope in stopping animal cruelty from resuming on our National Wildlife Refuges in Alaska.
Press Release: Wolf Livestock Depredations in Washington and Profanity Peak Pack by Dr. Robert Wielgus
This is a continuation of our first page of tweets to Stop #HJResolution69. If you have not sent off the first set of tweets they can be located here. Between the two sheets, we have 352 tweets. For ease of tweeting follow these instructions: Close your twitter window and open this post on your browser, do … Continue reading Tweet4Wolves Page Two: Stop H.J.Resolution 69
All of these carefully crafted protective measures were designed to ensure that wolves and bears remained as viable components of Alaska's environment.
Take a moment to comment against plans for the future of the massive grazing allotment complex, which is also prime wolf and grizzly habitat. The complex spans the entire Bridger-Teton National Forest from north to south, spills into the Gros Ventre River drainage, and is an environmental disaster.