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Wolves Back On The ESA!

Wolves have been placed back on the Endangered Species list in the Great Lakes region, West Coast states and southern Rocky Mountains. The wolves in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming remain under state management, for now. That footing is tenuous at best however as witnessed by the following…  “The court ruling …

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Washington State Predator Update

  This past winter the predator impact on ungulate populations in the state of Washington has been front and center.  This blog will give you a couple of updates on what is going on and how you might be able to get involved.   After much pressure from sportsmen, in late …

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Colorado confirms wolf depredation incident in Jackson County

GUEST AUTHOR: Dave Shaffer According to a Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) news release, https://cpw.state.co.us/aboutus/Pages/News-Release-Details.aspx?NewsID=8030  CPW wildlife officers are confident in confirming a wolf depredation incident has occurred on a domestic calf in North Park, near Walden Colorado.  Walden is located at the confluence of numerous GMUs in northwest Colorado …

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Grizzlies…The Fight Continues

Wyoming Senators Cynthia Lummis and John Barrasso have stepped up as a tri-state coalition and four US Senators jump into the fight to delist the more than recovered grizzly bear.  The grizzly bear delisting saga continues in the northern Rocky Mountain states. A new development has in fact arose as …

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Grizzly Poached-Google Solves Case

  “Idaho Fish and Game conservation officers discovered a dead mother grizzly bear shot several times near Little Warm River in April. Jared and Rex Baum of Ashton are charged with felony unlawful killing possessing or wasting wildlife for killing the grizzly bear.” Jared and Rex Baum gunned down this …

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More Grizzlies Than Ever Before?

As a resident of northwestern Wyoming I hear it all the time, “Man, I saw bears everywhere I hunted!” “There was more grizzly sign than elk sign in that unit.” “There is NO way there’s only 700 bears in the GYE!”  It’s the same old song every year. Residents of …

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