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29 April 2014. Great interview with my personal friend and Yellowstone wolf researcher Rick McIntyre. It is well worth the read! And a related article on the Yellowstone Wolf Project can be found here.
January 14, 2014. My book review on Dan Brister’s (of the Buffalo Field Campaign) book on bison, In the Presence of Buffalo. It can be found on my Publications Page of my sister website. Way, J. G. 2013. Book Review … Continue reading
Please visit my new website: Coywolf! This, my 3rd website, is related to my Eastern Coyote/Coywolf Research website but specifically focused on describing the hybrid origin of coywolves.
June 28, 2013. Documents show that state wildlife officials lobbied to limit wolf restoration. What a bunch of filthy people, both state wildlife agencies and the federal government. Any of these agencies that espouse the “North American Model of Wildlife … Continue reading
April 29, 2013. Please visit the link on my website (Book Project) as my new book (My Yellowstone Experience) is now printed and ready to ship. It makes a great gift!
This is an interesting choice. It certainly seems better than Ken Salazar from an environmental perspective. I hope it works out. Here is a good article on her nomination: http://www.sfgate.com/politics/article/Sally-Jewell-of-REI-tapped-for-Interior-4258299.php
January 30, 2013. Breaking news: I am in the midst of publishing “My Yellowstone Experience”. Please visit my Book Page to learn more!
The following is an important article about picking Raul Grijalva for Interior Secretary. I admit that I did not like Ken Salazar, a rancher, as the secretary. Our nation deserves Grijalva for protecting our environment. I was one of the … Continue reading
December 23, 2012. Merry Christmas to all. Below is a great picture slide show set to music, by Jimmy Jones. It is a tribute to the special “06 female”, a wolf that spent most of her time in Yellowstone National … Continue reading
This story, from NPR, is about the “06 female” (scientifically known as #832). She recently led her pack (Lamar Canyon) outside of Yellowstone and was killed in the process. This is a very sad story as I (and many others) … Continue reading