Bill Clinton Going Vegetarian? Plus San Diego Declares Veg Week October 2 – 9
Former President Bill Clinton told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer this week that he’s trying to follow a plant-based diet! Click here to see the interview, which followed a similar interview with The Huffington Post. Apparently the effort began under orders from daughter . . . → Read More: Bill Clinton goes veggie!
The majority of Americans who do not hunt only accept hunting if they believe the hunter is killing an animal to eat it. Public support for hunting declines rapidly if hunters kill animals for trophy mounts. When it comes to shooting an animal just to kill it as would be the case for hunters shooting . . . → Read More: Wolf Restoration is a Challenge to West’s Old Guard
With Live Wildlife, Programs and Fun for the Entire Family
This year’s annual Woodland Wildlife Festival to be held on Saturday, October 2nd promises to be a fun and educational event for the entire family, with continuous daytime and evening programs and activities with lots of live wildlife. The festival has continued to grow and . . . → Read More: WILDLIFE FESTIVAL SCHEDULED FOR OCTOBER 2nd
Send an easy e-postcard to the Fish and Wildlife Service urging the release of the Engineer Springs pack
The number of Mexican gray wolves in the wild fell from 52 at the end of 2008 to only 42 at the end of 2009. Four more wolves have died so far this year. Yet the U. . . . → Read More: Free the Engineer Springs 8
With fall fast approaching, I want to take this opportunity to provide an update on our forest plan revision process. As you may recall, in December 2009 we issued the Notice of Intent in the Federal Register to revise the 1987 forest plan and to prepare an environmental impact statement (EIS).
In April 2010, we . . . → Read More: Forest Plan Revision Update-September 2010”
Free These Wild-born Wolves!
Send An Easy E-Postcard to the Fish and Wildlife Service Today About This Week’s Re-release Candidate!
The wild population of Mexican gray wolves, excluding this year’s pups, stands at fewer than 42 animals. The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service is prohibited from releasing Mexican gray wolves directly from captivity into . . . → Read More: Free Wild Born Wolves