Wildllife Services' deadly force opens Pandora's box of environmental problems
By Tom Knudson email@example.com Published: Monday, Apr. 30, 2012 – 12:00 am | Page 1A Last Modified: Monday, Apr. 30, 2012 – 9:52 am Second of three parts Like the prow of a ship, the Granite Mountainsrise sharply from the creamy-white playa of theBlack Rock . . . → Read More: Pandora’s Box
The killing agency: Wildlife Services' brutal methods leave a trail of animal death
By Tom Knudson firstname.lastname@example.org 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
By Billie Hughes / White Mountain Conservation League Board Member on Sun, Apr 15, 2012
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 . . . → Read More: Public Is Behind Wolves; Will Government Get the Message?
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS First Posted: April 13, 2012 – 6:33 pm Last Updated: April 13, 2012 – 6:33 pm ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Activists want the U.S. Fish and WildlifeService to release more captive Mexican gray wolves into the SouthwestAbout four dozen people gathered outside the agency's regional headquarters in downtown Albuquerque on Friday. They were armed with . . . → Read More: Lobo Rally in Albuquerque
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
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
. . . → Read More: EPA Allows Widespread Lead Poisoning of Wildlife to Continue
The Coconino County Sheriff's Office is stepping up its efforts to prevent off-highway vehicle accidents with a new education campaign and a $50,000 grant.
The money helped the office purchase two new off-road vehicles to give deputies access to remote locations and attract eyeballs during education events.
Sheriff's office officials say eight people . . . → Read More: ATV deaths prompt action
Hey folks! Welcome the Wolf Conservation Center's THE MATING GAME! Now that wolf breeding season has come to a close, it's time to wait and see which of our lucky four breeding pairs will be winners of game. The winning couples will be celebrating their pups come this month or next and global "audience" . . . → Read More: The Mating Game: Couple Number One!