Ted Williams's Blog Archive March, 2012

Isle Royale wolves may go extinct

I gotta agree with Mech on this one. Learning by watching is too good an opportunity to pass up; and it may help wolves where they need help--which is NOT in Minn. or Ont. There are plenty of wolves there. And there is nothing genetically unique about the wolves on the island; they crossed from the mainland.

Salazar Announces More than $4.2 Million in Conservation Grants to Native American Tribes


Contacts: Adam Fetcher (DOI) 202-208-6416
Noemi Perez (FWS) 703-358-2688

Eagles for the Killing

The PC Nazis appear to have taken over the Fish and Wildlife Service. Indians get plenty of eagle feathers from the federal dead-eagle repository. Now they want even more. In America we allow freedom of religious belief, not freedom of religious practice. We don’t permit live dogs to be hung from trees and slowly beaten to death, as is done in Africa, for example.

Jaw-tagged Rainbow Trout can Lead to Cash Rewards

These agencies that festoon rivers and lakes with rubber trout won’t even let you PRETEND that a fish is wild.

Protections Approved for Dozens of South Atlantic Fish Species

Pew lauds proactive plan to prevent overfishing

Contact: Debbie Salamone, 407-982-0958 I can arrange interviews today.

ORLANDO, Fla. (March 16, 2012)—Holly Binns, a project director for the Pew Environment Group, issued the following statement today in response to the U.S. Commerce Department’s approval of catch limits for more than three dozen species in the South Atlantic from Florida to North Carolina. The South Atlantic Fishery Management Council gave initial approval to the plan in August.