The 2009 Idaho Wildlife Services Report
From Mark Collinge
“The attached report summarizes information regarding wolf management activities conducted by the Idaho Wildlife Services (WS) program in Federal fiscal year 2009, covering the period from October1, 2008 – September 30, 2009. If you have questions regarding any of the information in this report, please contact the Idaho WS State Office.”
Pika decision could have far-reaching effects
Could be the first animal listed as threatened or endangered because of climate change
Decision expected tomorrow.
Two previous stories on the pika listing process:
Formal Protection For Pika Due To Climate Change
May 7, 2009
U.S. agrees to consider protections for pikas
February 15, 2009
“Wilderness Wolf Watchers” Act to Protect Wolves & Wilderness
The Wolf Recovery Foundation and Western Watersheds Project recently filed suit to end the Idaho Department of Fish & Game’s (IDF&G) attempt to use helicopters to chase, capture, and collar wolves in the Frank Church-River-Of-No-Return Wilderness. The suit also seeks to shut down Wildlife […]Continue Reading →
Idaho Legislators approve OK new state land grazing lease rules
They were approved after some concessions to the Idaho Cattle Association-
Since I haven’t seen the actual text, I don’t know if the concessions to the ICA are cosmetic, technical, or actually gut the intent to let someone other than livestock owners bid for 10 year leases of the state school endowment lands.Continue Reading →
A nearly complete reversal on idea to close Idaho State Parks System
There was almost no political support for the governor’s original plan-
Idaho Parks and Recreation Board reverses park closures. Shuttering parks ‘is not the direction the state should be headed,’ says Sen. Joe Stegner, R-Lewiston. ‘Not now. Not ever.’ By Cynthia Sewell. Idaho Statesman. “We had a paradigm shift,” said board Chairman Steve Klatt […]Continue Reading →
It looks like the last bit of the Wyoming Range is going to be withdrawn from natural gas drilling-
1.2 million acres were protected in 2009 in the Omnibus Public Land Bill’s “Wyoming Range Legacy Act”. If you have never visited the Wyoming Range, it might be worth your while to drop another trip to […]Continue Reading →
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