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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
Comments on wolf hunting and trapping seasons In adjusting hunting and trapping seasons, I hope the commission will consider the costs of losing radio-collared wolves from Yellowstone to hunting. Further, I hope the commission will carefully weigh other benefits and … Continue reading
November 15, 2012. Seven Yellowstone National Park wolves killed in hunts in Montana and Wyoming on the park’s borders. What a national travesty (or tragedy should I say) that officials in those 2 states prefer to side with the minority … Continue reading