Another proposed massacre of wolves in Norway this winter.
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HB 105 Closes Two Areas Near the Park Border to Hunting and Trapping of Wolves Yesterday, the Alaska House of Representatives approved legislation to prohibit wolf hunting and trapping in two areas adjacent to Denali National Park and Preserve. House Bill 105, sponsored by Representative Andy Josephson (D-Anchorage), seeks to ensure healthy wolf populations so … Continue reading Alaska House Passes Legislation to Protect Wolves Adjacent to the Denali National Park
Wolves are listed as "critically endangered" on the 2015 Norwegian list of endangered animals, yet Norway is planning to cull more than two-thirds of its remaining wolves -- a move that will be disastrous for the dwindling members of the species in the wild.
A petition asking for emergency Endangered Species Act listing for Prince of Wales Island wolves was essentially denied by the U.S. Department of the Interior office in Anchorage. In a letter effectively denying the emergency ESA request from six organizations, USFWS Assistant Regional Director stated that an emergency listing is not something that can be petitioned by outside groups, and is a process “left to the discretion of the Secretary of the Interior.” Secretary Jewell is expected to make a decision regarding protecting these wolves under the ESA by the end of the year. Raise your voice for these imperiled wolves. Please partake in the actions within this blog aimed at encouraging Secretary Jewell to protect the little dark wolves on Prince of Wales islands.
Emergency Endangered Species Act Petition Filed. In an attempt to protect drastically declining wolf population in Southeast Alaska, six conservation organizations (Alaska Wildlife Alliance, Cascadia Wildlands, Center for Biological Diversity, Greater Southeast Alaska Conservation Community, Greenpeace and The Boat Company) petitioned for an emergency listing of Alexander Archipelago wolves under the Endangered Species Act. The petition … Continue reading Update and Continued Efforts on Behalf of the Archipelago Wolves on Prince of Wales
Tweetstorm for Denali National Park Wolves (Updated May/2016) Thankyou for your support. 1a. Wolf pop. has declined from 143 in 2007 to possibly below 48 in 2016. Reinstate emergency buffer zone #ProtectDenaliWolves @AKGovBillWalker Tweet this 1b. Wolf pop. has declined from 143 in 2007 to possibly below 48 in 2016. Reinstate emergency buffer zone #ProtectDenaliWolves @DenaliNPS … Continue reading Emergency Tweetstorm: Save Denali Wolves
The Tongass is one of the few old-growth temperate rainforests in the world and America’s largest national forest. Its towering stands of 700 year old trees provide vital habitat for bears, salmon, Sitka black-tailed deer, goshawks, and—importantly—the rare and dwindling Alexander Archipelago wolf. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently found that, because of excessive old-growth logging, this unique subspecies of wolf may warrant listing under the Endangered Species Act.
ACTION ALERT: Please cut and paste this email, feel free to personalize, or write your own. Please find email addresses at end of post to cut and paste into your browser. Thankyou so much for your support! Dear Governor Walker, With all due respect, sir, Alaska must take responsibility to protect the Alexander Archipelago Wolves … Continue reading Alaska’s Obligation To Save The Alexander Archipelago Wolves on Prince of Wales
Please send off these tweets to your following at your leisure over the weekend for added support. This imperiled species needs our help urgently with as many voices as we can muster! Thankyou. **Tweetstorm** #Wolves #StandForWolves Please be a voice for Archipelago Wolves: https://t.co/eEorYSwIug PLS RT Tweet this: 💙http://ctt.ec/U22 Alaska's #Wolves face catastrophe, Alexander Archipelago Wolves … Continue reading Be A Voice For Alaska’s Archipelago Wolves