A fine essay from the blog “Wild Muse”-

When other web sites link to this one, I can see it in the statistics page (accessible to the blog’s editors). I noticed Wild Muse (not to be confused with our frequent commenter “Wilderness Muse”) had linked to a story. I followed it back and found this excellent story Re-imagining Mexican gray wolf recovery

 
About The Author

Ralph Maughan

Dr. Ralph Maughan is professor emeritus of political science at Idaho State University. He has been a Western Watersheds Project Board Member off and on for many years, and also its President. For many years he produced Ralph Maughan's Wolf Report. He was a founder of the Greater Yellowstone Coalition. He and Jackie Johnson Maughan wrote three editions of "Hiking Idaho." He also wrote "Beyond the Tetons" and "Backpacking Wyoming's Teton and Washakie Wilderness." He created and is the administrator of The Wildlife News.

3 Responses to Re-imagining Mexican gray wolf recovery

  1. DeLene says:

    Hello, I write Wild Muse. It’s a surprise, and an honor, to find my recent MW post mentioned here. Thank you for your kind words; but more importantly, thanks for the extensive wildlife news coverage you provide on this blog. – DeLene

  2. william huard says:

    Delene- I enjoyed the story. I knew the Mexican Recovery Program was doomed when you had ranchers baiting alpha wolves at the adobe- Slash ranch. The first mistake was not making penalties strong enough to deter this reprehensible behavior. I know Bud Fazio- and he will make changes to bring this program in a new direction.

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