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Should States call the Shots? by Rick Lamplugh

While many of us celebrate Endangered Species Day on May 18, others attack the Endangered Species Act. Listen to Rick Lamplugh as he discusses whether states should have more or less say in protecting endangered and threatened wildlife.   

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ENDANGERED SPECIES DAY – MAY 18TH.

While many of us celebrate Endangered Species Day on May 18, others attack the Endangered Species Act. PLEASE listen to Rick Lamplugh as he discusses whether states should have more or less say in protecting endangered and threatened wildlife by…

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Yellowstone Grizzly Bear Hunt Proposal. PLEASE JOIN the effort to stop this hunt!!

Photo of Grizzly by USFWS Help Protect Yellowstone’s Grizzly Bears by Rick Lamplugh, author and wildlife advocate Wyoming is planning a grizzly bear hunt. Up to 24 grizzlies–including two females–outside Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks could be killed this…

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Keeping Wolves Alive in Montana – Part 4 by Rick Lamplugh

Keeping Wolves Alive in Montana, Part 4 Here’s a nonlethal deterrence program in Idaho–of all places–that’s a model for protecting livestock while keeping wolves alive, even if a few wolves attack livestock. This is the fourth and final part in…

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Keeping Wolves Alive in Montana, Part 3 – By Rick Lamplugh

Some ranchers in Montana wolf country work to coexist with wolves. State and federal agencies even help them to prevent livestock loss by keeping wolves away. Do they keep wolves alive in the process? This is the third in a…

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Keeping Wolves Alive in Montana, Part 2: The Blackfoot Challenge By Rick Lamplugh

In this second part of the series Keeping Wolves Alive in Montana, Rick Lamplugh explores a program to keep livestock and wolves alive and separate in a valley filled with both. LISTEN NOW!

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Keeping Wolves Alive in Montana (Part 1) by Rick Lamplugh

Some ranchers in the heart of Montana wolf country work to coexist with wolves, to prevent livestock loss by keeping wolves away. Do they keep wolves alive in the process? This is the first in a series of articles that…

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UW study questions effectiveness of killing wolves to protect livestock

Chuck Quirmbach   Wisconsin Public Radio http://www.superiortelegram.com/news/science-and-nature/4387058-uw-study-questions-effectiveness-killing-wolves-protect-livestock#.WluU_D9_tmI.facebook Wisconsin researchers issued a paper Wednesday that questions whether governments should kill wolves that are attacking livestock.  Scientists at the Carnivore Coexistence Lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies looked…

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There’s a LOT to like about Coyotes

Truth be told, I like coyotes as much as I like wolves. Especially after two days in Yellowstone one winter gave me the chance to observe coyotes in the wild. I found that coyotes have qualities that would benefit many…

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Empty-Handed Hunters Can Learn From Wolves – By Rick Lamplugh

LISTEN NOW! I hear hunters say that we should kill more wolves because wolves take so many elk that hunters come up empty handed. Instead of killing wolves, I think that hunters can learn from them. Here’s how. (photo NPS)…

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