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Lawsuit Seeks Stop to Toxic Lead Poisoning Wildlife and Humans

BILLINGS, Mont. — Federal wildlife officials are postponing a much-anticipated decision on whether to lift protections for gray wolves across the Lower 48 states.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The state of Wyoming is asking a federal judge not to allow a coalition of environmental groups to pull the plug on a lawsuit they filed challenging last year’s decision by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to turn over management of wolves to the state.

NAUGATUCK – Students at Cross Street Intermediate School adopted two wolves as part of their language arts unit “Nature” in teacher Kathy Mucha’s fifth-grade class. One of those wolves visited the school on Monday.

This editorial takes the controversial issue and highlights issues the author sees on both sides.

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana wildlife officials on Tuesday rejected allegations that a Montana rancher and hunting guide illegally baited wolves by leaving sheep carcasses piled up on his property near Yellowstone National Park.

If all turns out well, one of Mesker Park Zoo’s animal couples will soon serve as foster parents to two endangered wolf pups.

SACRAMENTO, CA – Sacramento County lawyers have racked up $16,303 in legal expenses in their continuing fight to euthanize a dog that attacked a mail carrier.

Monthly Status Report: January 1-31, 2013

Two Mexican wolf pups born in captivity last week in Westchester County have been flown to a wildlife refuge in Indiana, part of a federally funded program aimed at preventing the extinction of one of North America’s rarest mammals.

The Natural Resource Commission approved wolf hunting late last week after Gov. Rick Snyder signed legislation that allowed the NRC to establish a hunting season for the animals.

Predator Defense’s movie “The imperiled American Wolf” explains the risk that wolves are facing under state-based management and echoes the warnings of others such as Michael Robinson that the wolves have never been as threatened as they are now.

This is an excellent source of information that I highly recommend any wolf advocate having in their favorites.

The controversial billboard in Cody, WY, incorrectly attributed to HOWLColorado, is no longer up after Lamar Outdoor Advertising made the decision to cancel the contract and take down the sign. 

Described as “disturbing” and erected by a “shadowy” group, Cody, WY. residents are having strong reactions to the new billboard from Project:WOLF

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