Monthly Archives: March 2018


Don’t allow 1 budget Rider removal move you to complacency

Good Morning everyone. People need to be aware of the slaughter that still takes place on your wildlife. In Idaho Montana, and Wyoming alone they slaughtered 700 wolves in 2017 alone. You do not kill this many and expect a growing population, it is historically impossible with the hardships on wolves in the wild. Entire packs have been wiped out, wolves counted where they have not even seen or documented them. Wyoming baited the Feds with a Goal of 160 Wolves in their population, they have lowered that to 100. If We fail to act Wolves everywhere will continue to [...]

More Gros Ventre wolves targeted in Wyoming

Just when you think Wyoming could not get any worse,  today's news reveals that Brian Nesvik, Wyoming Game and Fish’s chief warden, now says the state is considering lowering the total wolf population goal in the Game and Fish’s managed “trophy game area.”   He and others complain there are fewer elk in the winter feedlot (disgusting elk farm)  Game and Fish Deputy Chief of Wildlife Doug Brimeyer, a former biologist, told his commissioners earlier this month that the wintertime elk exodus has been “emotional” for managers and others who have watched the changes. Yes, he said "emotional." Really? What about how [...]

Why Do Wolves Howl? And Other Top Wolf Questions Answered

You asked, we answered. Today, we answer some of the most-searched questions about gray wolves, the largest members of the canine family! Why do gray wolves howl at the moon? We hate to burst your bubble, but it is a myth that wolves howl at the moon! Howling may be heard at night, but it is not a behavior directed at the moon. Instead, it is used as a social rally call, a hail to hunt or as a territorial expression. Did you know that individuals have different howls that can be heard by other wolves 6-7 mile away? A [...]

Congressional Bid To Remove Wisconsin Wolves From Endangered Species List Falls Flat

      An effort to remove the Great Lakes gray wolf from the federal endangered species list failed last week when Congress approved an omnibus spending bill.   Late last year language to remove protections for the animal in Wisconsin and the rest of the Western Great Lakes region was included in the House Interior and Environment appropriations bill. But in the flurry to get a spending plan passed before a Friday deadline, the rider was pulled from the final bill. GOP lawmakers left frustrated as they hoped for the delisting of gray wolves.   When wolves were federally delisted [...]

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