Hurricane Harvey is not a movie. While this hurricane may be over and the media will be moving shortly to cover the approach of Hurricane Irma – life will slowly, if ever, return to pre-Harvey splendor…but the human story has just begun, the Texas spirit has become forged in steel and the eyes of a nation are on Texas.
On September 5, 2017, Wolfdog Radio presents an interview with Dr. Marc Bekoff. We will start our show with an exclusive interview of the actual faces of some of the survivors and heroes of Hurricane Harvey. We will be talking with Jerry Mills for the real story..as he lived the flooding waters, the Tejas Den Uncensored. We will also be speaking with a member of the Cajun Navy as well Catherine Howell.
Join us on 09/05/2017 at 9:00 PM EST for details about the many options available to assist Jerry and Donna and our interview with Dr. Marc Bekoff.
Wolfdog Radio and its listeners have taken the bull by the horns and have sent some much needed items to Jerry and Donna Mills, with more to follow from WDR very shortly.
Wolfdog Radio started a GoFundMe account for Hurricane Harvey which we will be closing so that the efforts to raise monies for Jerry and Donna Mills, who lost EVERYTHING in their home and pretty much have the clothes on their back plus a very few things they grabbed when they had to leave Tuesday night from their home and property, can be better coordinated as described below.
We fully support and hope that everyone wishing to assist Jerry and Donna utilize the National Lupine Associations’s Disaster Relief Fund EASY to use site found here: http://www.floridalupine.org/index-6.html (scroll down and click “donate” (option 2)) which will ensure they receive the entire amount as NLA has a cap on funds a party can receive UNLESS the donator specifies the donation to go to a specific person. PLEASE donate today. All donations are tax deductible.
Wolfdog Radio is also very appreciative of Nancy LaPorta Brown and Full Moon Farm, who have graciously allowed Wolfdog Radio to partner with them in seeking donations from businesses and corporations to better serve the needs of Jerry and Donna and possibly others who are in so much need from the devastation from Hurricane Harvey.
Wolfdog Radio asks that anyone that wishes to ship or send anything to Jerry or Donna to PLEASE contact Greg Largent at email@example.com, PM or text me or call me, as Wolfdog Radio would like to make those shipped donations tax deductible and to co-ordinate the materials ship to addresses and for required record keeping of tax deductible donations.
THANK YOU ALL!
We are proud and honored to have Dr. Marc Bekoff on our next show. Marc Bekoff is professor emeritus of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and is a Fellow of the Animal Behavior Society and a past Guggenheim Fellow. In 2000 he was awarded the Exemplar Award from the Animal Behavior Society for major long-term contributions to the field of animal behavior. Marc Bekoff is co-founder with Jane Goodall of Ethologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
Marc’s work has been featured on 48 Hours, in Time Magazine, Life Magazine, U.S. News and World Report, The New York Times, New Scientist, BBC Wildlife, Orion, Scientific American, Ranger Rick, National Geographic Kids, on NPR, BBC, Fox, NaturGEO, in a National Geographic Society television special (“Play: The Nature of the Game”), Discovery TV’s “Why Dogs Smile and Chimpanzees Cry,” Animal Planet’s “The Power of Play,” National Geographic Society’s “Hunting in America,” and more recently in “What Animals Think” and PBS Nature’s “Why We Love Cats and Dogs,” “Animal Odd Couples,” “My Bionic Pet,” and “Animal Reunions.” Marc has also appeared on CNN, Good Morning America, and 20/20.
Dr. Bekoff’s works include:
Please join wolfdog Radio for this very special Interview with Dr. Bekoff!
Wolfdog Radio will also feature a personal and live interview with our very own Jerry Mills of the Tejas Den. What personifies character and greatness is not only coming back from one tragedy but to rise again like a phoenix from the ashes of another. Jerry Mills is is such a man. He will chronicle his experience and share with our listeners one man’s battle with the elements.
This female wolf of the Canyon Pack was found injured near Gardiner and was euthanized. A necropsy has shown the wolf was shot.
Worried about your pets during the solar eclipse? Experts say there’s no need to outfit your dogs and cats with eclipse glasses.
“It’s no different than any other day,” said Angela Speck, co-chair of the National Solar Eclipse Task Force, in an Aug. 21 NASA media briefing. “On a normal day your pets don’t try to look at the sun and therefore don’t damage their eyes, so on this day they’re not going to do it either.”
Trophy hunts are about power not conservation. We don’t need to kill wolves. Killing to conserve them is not ethical. We must do what’s right. There are some who demand we kill an endangered species in the name of management. Well…you know what? That’s wrong. We’re not going to kill wolves.
Call Senator Tammy Baldwin and tie up those phones with pro wolf calls:Washington, DC Office Phone: 202-224-5653
Tell Senator Baldwin not to approve s. 1514. Keep wolves listed!
Washington, DC — Hunters unleashing packs of dogs to tree bears in Wisconsin woods are criminally harassing gray wolves in violation of the Endangered Species Act, according to a complaint filed today by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER). The complaint cites state payments to hunters to compensate for hunting dogs killed or injured in clashes with wolves as evidence of violations.
Yellowstone National Park Needs Your Protection
by Rick Lamplugh, author and wildlands advocate
A Washington-based mining company (backed with Australian money) wants to dig a gold mine right on the border of Yellowstone. Locals and a number of conservation organizations have fought this for over a year. Recently, Montana’s Senator Tester introduced the Yellowstone Gateway Protection Act that would permanently protect from mining 30,000 acres of public lands north of the park. This bill would stop the proposed mine on Yellowstone’s border and halt the proposed mining in nearby Paradise Valley. Tester’s bill is supported by 360 local businesses, local lawmakers, and the county commissioners. But Montana’s other Senator, Steve Daines, has been wishy-washy about his support. Tester’s bill needs Daines’ support to pass.
If you live in Montana, please call Senator Daines (202-224-2651) or email him (https://www.daines.senate.gov/connect/email-steve) today. Tell him to help move Tester’s Yellowstone Gateway Protection Act out of committee so it has a chance to pass by the end of this year. Tell Senator Daines that he does not need to write his own bill; Senator Tester’s will work just fine.
Thank you, Rick, for bringing this important legislation to the forefront in fighting for the preservation of land and animals in and near Yellowstone. Wolfdog Radio supports Senator Tester’s Yellowstone Gateway Protection Act.
Indie author Rick Lamplugh writes to protect wildlife and preserve wildlands. His new book, Deep into Yellowstone: A Year’s Immersion in Grandeur and Controversy, is available signed from Rick at http://bit.ly/2tIEt62, or unsigned on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2tgPU3E. His best seller, In the Temple of Wolves, is available signed at http://bit.ly/1gYghB4, or unsigned on Amazon at http://amzn.to/Jpea9Q. Both books are independently published with pride.
I stopped along a country road to check some bear scat, and right above me perched in a tree was a very vocal raven. it is said that ravens will tell you where the wolves are, and this one spilled the beans. We heard wolves just a mile up the road.
In the northern forests of Wisconsin the wolf resides. This year there’s been a record amount of rainfall making this ecosystem extremely lush. I heard song birds, Sandhills crane, whiperwill, raven and timber wolf.
The Bird Sanctuary in northern Wisconsin is part of wolf country. I journeyed north on Friday evening to conduct a wolf howl survey. The night sky was full of thirsty insects, and hungrier bats.