March 11, 2007

  • Here we have the slides from an IDFG  powerpoint presentation given by Steve Nadeau – IDFG’s large carnivore manager.  The presentation lays out data regarding wolf numbers, distribution throughout the state, and some basic tidbits which may help to better understand how Idaho intends to manage wolves. The presentation illustrates the intention to split up the state into management ‘Zones’ based on biological and ‘sociological’ concerns which will justify…

  • Hey, it’s Spring Break, and I’m setting here typing instead of outdoors. This is WRONG!  For the next week we will have a guest editor. He will have to approve the post of anyone who has not posted before (the post goes into a moderation queue first). He might kick some people off if they…

  • Good news on the McNeil River bears? Close Call For Alaska’s Famous Bears. State Considers, And Rejects, Allowing Hunters Access To Sanctuary’s People-Friendly Brown Bear. CBS News.

  • The local paper had a big feature on the global warming issue today. The headline is a bit misleading. The article is an overview. It begins with the global-warming organization, I CAN, which evolved from a Bible study. Group fights global warming. By John O’ Connell. Idaho State University.

  • Editorial. Top predator, Wolf delisting in West is premature. The Salt Lake Tribune. March 10, 2007

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