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CATFISH FARMERS FREE TO RESUME WAR AGAINST CORMORANTS

From: Greenwire

“"It's the sort of sloppy science that gets the Fish and Wildlife Service sued regularly," PEER Executive Director Jeff Ruch said today of the agency's latest work,…

WIELGUS AWAITS WSU SETTLEMENT RESPONSE

From: Daily Evergreen

“Since then, a public employee advocacy group has filed ethics complaints on behalf of Wielgus against WSU, and against Rep. Joel Kretz, a rancher, saying he threatened…

CLASHES WITH WOLVES: WISCONSIN WILDLIFE IS HOUNDED WITH UNBEARABLE CRUELTY

From: Wisconsin Gazette

“Last month, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility filed a complaint with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service over the issue. “Wisconsin encourages…

HUNTING BEARS WITH DOGS COMES UNDER ATTACK IN WISCONSIN BY WOLF ADVOCATES

From: La Crosse Tribune

“The practice amounts to “a state-sanctioned financial subsidy for hunters engaged in the criminal harassment” of wolves, an attorney for Public Employees for…

WISCONSIN TRADITION - HUNTING BEARS WITH DOGS - COMES UNDER ATTACK BY WOLF ADVOCATES

From: Star Tribune

“The practice amounts to “a state-sanctioned financial subsidy for hunters engaged in the criminal harassment” of wolves, an attorney for Public Employees for Environmental…


News Releases

ALASKA DEMANDS FEDS CEDE ALL WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT

Wish List to Axe Conservation, Wilderness, and Endangered Species Protections

ACADEMIC FREEDOM SETTLEMENT FOR WASHINGTON WOLF SCIENTIST

Washington State University Pays Researcher Targeted by Industry to Leave Campus

ASSAULT RIFLE SLAUGHTER OF WOLVES OUTSIDE DENALI

Alaska Belatedly Imposes No-Hunt Buffer to Avert Wolf Population Implosion

ALASKA PARES ITS PREDATOR CONTROL PROGRAM

State Agrees to National Academy Review of Scientific Merits as Opposition Mounts

COYOTE CONTROL BASED ON SCIENTIFIC HOUSE OF CARDS

Complaint Seeks to End Federal Reliance on Flawed 42-Year-Old Study