The killing agency

The killing agency: Wildlife Services' brutal methods leave a trail of animal death

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By Tom Knudson tknudson@sacbee.com Published: Saturday, Apr. 28, 2012 – 9:00 pm | Page 1A Last Modified: Monday, Apr. 30, 2012 – 6:52 am First of three parts   The day began with a drive across the desert, checking the . . . → Read More: The killing agency

Public Is Behind Wolves; Will Government Get the Message?

By Billie Hughes / White Mountain Conservation League Board Member on Sun, Apr 15, 2012

http://www.abqjournal.com/main/2012/04/15/opinion/public-is-behind-wolves-will-government-get-the-message.html

Support for the reintroduction and ultimate recovery for the Mexican gray wolf in the Southwest is stronger than ever –  and where it counts most, with the people of Arizona and . . . → Read More: Public Is Behind Wolves; Will Government Get the Message?

Loss of Predators in Northern Hemisphere Affecting Ecosystem Health

ScienceDaily (Apr. 9, 2012) — A survey on the loss in the Northern Hemisphere of large predators, particularly wolves, concludes that current populations of moose, deer, and other large herbivores far exceed their historic levels and are contributing to disrupted ecosystems. The research, published recently by scientists from Oregon State University, examined 42 studies done over the . . . → Read More: Loss of Predators in Northern Hemisphere Affecting Ecosystem Health

EPA Allows Widespread Lead Poisoning of Wildlife to Continue

 

Agency Rejects New Petition Asking for Nontoxic Hunting Ammunition; Wildlife Advocates Vow to Sue

 

For Immediate Release, April 9, 2012

Contact:         Jeff Miller, (415) 669-7357

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