One wolf per incident may be killed-
Readers: note my addition of an article by Bob Ferris
The wolf population in Washington State is growing nicely and especially in its NE corner. Residents are not allowed by the state to kill a wolf without a permit. This issue was faced […]
Efforts by Washington state anti-wolf forces intercepted-
Below is an alert from anti-wolf folks in Washington State. This is an interesting example of the kind of email campaign that is being used by anti-wolf forces in a state where pro-wolf opinion is strong.
Those who support wilderness and wolves and other wildlife might want to […]Continue Reading →
Wedge wolf pack issue continues in Washington State
Big public Fish and Wildlife Commission on Friday-
California Advances Wolf to a Candidate Endangered Species-
The killing of the Wedge Pack continues to stir Washington State. Here is a sample of the stories as of a day ago.
OPB Earthfix: Alpha Male Wolf In Wedge Pack Killed, Ending State Hunt Cascadia […]Continue Reading →
What a difference a state can make-
When you leave Idaho for Oregon, it seems like more Idaho for a long distance. The same is true to a lesser extent in Washington State, but this story certainly shows, politically speaking, for the conservation of a controversial endangered species, Olympia is not like Boise, Idaho; Helena, […]Continue Reading →
Washington border wolf pack clearly has become beef eaters-
The controversy over the Wedge wolf pack began in a muddle — what is really going on? Now, however, it is clear they are eating beef, perhaps mostly beef. As a result, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has issued an order to kill […]Continue Reading →
Washington State might kill off the Wedge Pack today.
Have these wolves really killed any livestock at all?
A Washington state rancher near the Canandian border in the territory of the Wedge wolf pack says he has found two more dead calves he thinks were killed by wolves because of the bite marks on their hindquarters. As a result the state indicates they will […]Continue Reading →
Washington state kills a wolf for livestock depredations
One sub-adult female removed from the NE Washington Wedge pack-
Wolf numbers are growing slowly in Washington State as they migrate in from intense persecution in Idaho and down from British Columbia. Due to topography a fair number end up in NE Washington, though a surprising number have not, contrary to early expectations. There are […]Continue Reading →
Will wolves thrive in Blue states and disappear in the Red?
Wolves have migrated to Washington State from Idaho and directly from British Columbia. This is perhaps in part due to the pogrom against them in the adjacent deep red state of Idaho where once there were more than 800 wolves. Now these new Washington […]Continue Reading →
Two wolves captured and collared on Colville Reservation, NE Washington
Number of wolves continues to grow in NE Washington-
The number of wolves in Washington State is still small. However, two new wolves were just added to the list in NE Washington. There, the Colville Indian Tribal Wolf Team captured and radio collared two relatively small yearling wolves in the Reservation’s backcountry. They were a […]Continue Reading →
William, Tom and Erin White of Washington state have all plead guilty for their role in the killing of two wolves from the Lookout Pack, Washington’s first wolf pack in 70 years.
William White, his son and daughter-in-law Tom and Erin White will have to pay fines and be on probation for their parts in […]Continue Reading →
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