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New Alaska Wildlife Managers Could Revive Old Fights Over Federal Protections, Bear- and Wolf-Killing

From: Alaska Public Media

“If I were a wolf or a bear in Alaska right now, I would be headed for the Canadian border, ASAP,” said Rick Steiner, an environmental advocate and former…

Bear Cub Killers in Alaska Have an Ally in Donald Trump

From: Mother Jones

““Some component of the population here derives great ego gratification out of killing wolves and bears,” says Rick Steiner, a retired University of Alaska professor…

COYOTES IN PENNSYLVANIA - WHAT'S THE LATEST INFORMATION AND RESEARCH?

From: Penn Live

“The Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility filed the complaint against the U.S. Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services’ use of a 1975 USDA study to…

STATE FISH FARMS HAVE OK TO KILL CORMORANTS

From: Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette

“The Fish and Wildlife Service is required to assess how depredation orders affect the cormorant's population every five years. A group called…

ENVIRONMENT OFFICIALS PLOT AGAINST PESKY CORMORANTS

From: The Buffalo News

““These are the least politically popular animals I’ve ever encountered,” Ruch said. “All we’re saying is learn about them before you shoot them.” Ruch added:…


News Releases

WISCONSIN HOUNDERS ILLEGALLY HARASS WOLVES

Criminal Complaint Cites State Payments for Hunting Dogs Killed in Wolf Clashes

TRUMP TO STRIP ALASKA PARK AND REFUGE WILDLIFE PROTECTIONS

Directives to Expand Hunting and Trapping Launch Long, Uncertain Legal Process

WOLF SCIENTIST VINDICATED IN LEGISLATOR’S ATTACK

Professor Still under Siege as WSU Seeks Ways to Accommodate Ranchers

WISCONSIN COYOTE-KILLING CONTESTS NEED REINING IN

Groups Push for Federal Intervention to Curb Endangered Species Act Violations

CURBS SOUGHT ON ROGUE RANCHER TO ABATE WOLF CONFLICTS

Washington Rancher Wiped Out 15% of State’s Wolves in Violation of Federal Rules