It is time to create a new page of “Interesting Wildlife News.”
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We have made links to web cams in Idaho, Montana and Western Wyoming (wolf country)-.
Alpine, ID/WY web cam. Located on the Idaho-Wyoming border looking east to the mouth of the Snake River Canyon.
Big Piney, WY air quality cam. Near Big Piney looking ENE across the desert to the Wind River […]
National Forests across the West are facing dire threats from politicians, the timber industry and the Forest Service. The public is currently being misled into thinking that our forests are “unhealthy”, and that they need to be “restored” due to “beetle infestations” and “insect and disease.” All of this is euphemism to drastically ramp up […]
For Immediate Release
March 21, 2017
Erik Molvar, Western Watersheds Project, (307) 399-7910, email@example.com
Brooks Fahy, Predator Defense, (541) 520-6003, firstname.lastname@example.org
Talasi Brooks, Advocates for the West, (208) 342-7024 x208, email@example.com
Pet-killing “Cyanide Bomb” Placed Illegally by Wildlife Services
Agency Promised Public in 2016 that it would stop placing them on […]
USDA Wildlife Services issued a statement that doesn’t acknowledge that a child was injured.
The East Idaho News is reporting that a boy and a 3-year-old lab encountered an M-44 cyanide device on a ridge near Pocatello, Idaho on Thursday. The dog was killed by the device and the boy was covered with the […]
On February 27th, Judge Gloria Navarro of the U.S. District Court of Nevada handed down a ruling with major implications for Cliven Bundy and his allies in the land-seizure movement. The ruling assessed $587,294.28 in penalties against rancher Wayne N. Hage who, like Cliven Bundy, was trespassing his livestock on federal public lands for […]Continue Reading →
The Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to delist grizzlies from the protection of the Endangered Species Act in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. The basic rationale for delisting is that the geographical distribution of bears has increased, particularly in areas south and east of Yellowstone Park, as well as population growth.
But there is a […]Continue Reading →
The announcement by Senator John Tester that he would be introducing legislation to protect approximately 80,000 acres in the Blackfoot Clearwater area adjacent to the Bob Marshall Wilderness is to be commended. I have personally hiked all the areas included in this legislation and can attest to its important to the ecological integrity of the […]Continue Reading →
Cruel, Unethical Competitions Stopped for Last Two Years
BOISE, Idaho— The Federal District Court of Idaho today approved a settlement agreement between six conservation groups and the Bureau of Land Management ensuring public notice of any wildlife killing contests on BLM-managed public lands near Salmon, Idaho.
In 2014 a vocal anti-wolf group — ironically called Idaho […]Continue Reading →
On his website, Congressman Greg Walden opined: “The conclusion of the Obama administration, without a national monument designation in the Owyhee Canyonlands, marks a long-awaited victory for the people of Eastern Oregon.”
Walden goes on to use a cheap shot by asserting this proposal was backed by “big-city corporate and special interests.”
By Erik Molvar
President Donald Trump has made a point of invoking Theodore Roosevelt, one of our nation’s leading conservation icons, as his guiding light on environmental issues. His Secretary of Interior designee, Ryan Zinke, has done the same. Those are pretty big boasts.
Teddy Roosevelt was president around the […]Continue Reading →