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15 wolves and counting…


October 6th, 2009

HOWLColorado : NewsIdaho/Washington TV station reports more wolves killed. Interesting example of poorly balanced news reporting.

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HOWLColorado : NewsYou can now follow HOWLColorado.org through your choice of social networking portal.

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How the Wolf Pack works

October 5th, 2009

HOWLColorado : Wolf FactsWolves have a complex social system which controls how the pack works. This article discusses the basic facts related to wolf pack construction

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HOWLColorado : NewsAccording to our California-based partners, www.helpthewolves.org, an October 1st hearing has delayed any decisions

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HOWLColorado : ScienceAn article in the British newspaper, the Telegraph, reports that a study performed in Sweden has isolated the origin of the domesticated dog.

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102 factoids about wolves

October 5th, 2009

HOWLColorado : Wolf FactsWolf Song of Alaska published this list of factoids on their website.

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HOWLColorado : Wolf FactsYes, as with all wild animals with any significant size, wolves can be dangerous.  The San Diego Zoo, however, states: “There is no record of a healthy wolf ever eating a human being.”

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Scientific wolf statistics

October 5th, 2009

HOWLColorado : Wolf FactsFrom the San Diego Zoo website

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Just one year after the world-famous wolf Limpy was killed outside Yellowstone National Park, the U.S. Department of the Interior has once again eliminated vital protections for Western wolves. Defenders calls for action with this ad.

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HOWLColorado : ScienceDefenders of Wildlife offer a unique, and very valuable service. They work with ranchers, biologists and Federal land managers where it matters; The interaction points between human and wolf. The following video shows how Defenders of Wildlife is working on non-lethal ways to keep wolves away from livestock and support a peaceful co-existance. Visit the special site, http://www.savewolves.org/donate to help with this worthwhile approach to wolf conservation.

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HOWLColorado.org believes that the below video, while graphic, highlighted an important topic. We will work tirelessly to stop the programs which are neither scientifically supportable or a humane, ethical form of wildlife management. However, the video is highly graphic and emotionally charged. We provide this video link for your information, but ask that you pay attention to the underlying message. You can learn more about this video at http://www.eyeonpalin.org

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From Earthjustice:

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 9, 2009
Contact:
Suzanne Stone: (208)424-9385, (208)861-4655
Erin McCallum: (202)772-3217; (610)207-5209
Court rules that wolf delisting likely violates the Endangered Species Act
Hunt will continue while court hears lawsuit

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As of September 28, 2009, here is the status of both bills related to the Protect America’s Wildlife act.

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111th CONGRESS

1st Session

H. R. 3381
To amend the Fish and Wildlife Act of 1956 to establish additional prohibitions on shooting wildlife from aircraft, and for other purposes.

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S 1535 IS
111th CONGRESS

1st Session

S. 1535
To amend the Fish and Wildlife Act of 1956 to establish additional prohibitions on shooting wildlife from aircraft, and for other purposes.
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

July 29, 2009
Mrs. FEINSTEIN (for herself and Mr. CARDIN) introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Environment and Public Works
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In my younger days I worked for the BLM in Boise, Idaho. A new range conservationists, named Daryl, came to the district. On Friday after work, we invited Daryl to a party so he could meet some of the local folks. I was talking to a couple of women when Daryl ambled up to us with a beer in his hand and big smile on his face. I introduced him and he started talking to the ladies

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HOWLColorado : ScienceWolves continue to thrive in Minnesota, and the process to remove them from the Endangered Species List continues. While that is good news for the species, it will present new wolf management problems. Near Thief River Falls in the northwestern corner of the state, new research showing wolves are little threat to livestock worries some farmers.

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The day before the first-ever official wolf hunt started in Idaho on Sept. 1, I stood on the sidewalk outside the county courthouse in Sandpoint, watching cars stream into town. As demonstrators on the sidewalk waved placards protesting the hunt, people in those vehicles reacted, and I focused on their hands, counting waves and thumbs-up as being for the wolves, and middle fingers and thumbs-down as against. The results of my hour-long, admittedly crude poll were 128 for the wolves, 14 against. Surprisingly, truck drivers overwhelmingly sided with the demonstrators and against a hunt.

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HOWLColorado : Wolf FactsThis is a very good question, and HOWLColorado will attempt to answer it here.

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