Monthly Archives: January 2018


A wolf that traveled from Wyoming to Montana was caught on video and shot later by a hunter

Each life that is taken hurts as much as the last. It makes us ill to know that in the state of Montana, anyone over the age of 12 can hunt wolves. Yes, you read that right, a twelve year old child. For a small fee of $19 for residents and $50 for non-residents, a precious life is taken at the hands of a sociopath. Wolf hunting season ends on February 28th 2018. Trappers are actually allowed to set traps within 1,000 feet of a designated campground or recreation site that is accessible by highway vehicle at any time of year. [...]

By | 2018-01-31T13:55:39+00:00 January 31st, 2018|Montana, Wyoming|3 Comments


Good morning everyone, I'm one of the volunteers for Protect the Wolves™. Because of the seriousness of the Appropriations Bill H.R 3354, that is loaded with toxic Riders it's IMPORTANT everyone send an email to our  Senate Minority Leader, Senator Charles Schumer D-NY, to stress to him that HR3354 holds riders that must NOT pass! HR3354 will be devastating to wolves in the Great Lakes Region, wild horses in the west, the loss of more public land to grazing allotments and hunting in our national parks. To make sure the riders are removed before the final vote in order to save animals [...]

By | 2018-01-26T07:05:23+00:00 January 26th, 2018|Protect The Wolves|6 Comments

Common sense aligns with clearheaded science

States such a Wisconsin must stop denying all the scientific data that supports the fact that lethal management backfires. There are a growing number of scientific reports that support this.  Now there is a newly published study by Dr. Adrian Treves and Francisco J. Santiago-Avila at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and Ari Cornman, a biologist with the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians in northern Michigan, found that the state’s lethal control of wolves involved in verified livestock conflicts did not appear to reduce future losses on those farms. In fact, it found that trapping the offending wolves on the farm only shifted [...]

By | 2018-01-25T16:21:37+00:00 January 25th, 2018|Protect The Wolves|3 Comments

WDFW director resigns to pursue other personal and professional goals | WDFW News Release

Now We need to work on Inslee to get the correct Individual in the position to rein in Martorello, and his WAG board of special Interest Groups! Unsworth in his 3 years as Director has allowed WDFW to go against their Own policies. Unsworth certainly did not insure that they met the Publics needs for 1 thing, Has refused to extend the same Programs to all Nonprofits when they request to participate! One has to wonder if he bailed out before the heat gets too hot from the collusion with WSU over Dr. Robert Wielgus​. WDFW director resigns to pursue [...]