Ted Williams's Blog Archive 2013

Federal Officials Request Assistance in Sixth Gunshot Red Wolf Reward up to $26,000

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is requesting assistance with an
investigation involving the suspected illegal take of a sixth red wolf in
the last four weeks. In the latest death, the federally protected wolf’s
body was recovered from private property north of the Town of Swanquarter,

TRCP Joins CARE Coalition to Advocate for Refuge Funding, Improvement

TRCP cites importance of National Wildlife Refuge System to fish
and wildlife, sportsmen, health of America’s economy

Alcoa Moves to Protect Rare Plant Found Only Along Yadkin River

In the shadow of the 96-year-old Narrows Dam, biologists fanned out across the rocky banks of the Yadkin River earlier this fall searching for the Yadkin River goldenrod, a plant once lost to science and only found sporadically along a 2.5-mile stretch of shoreline on the Stanly-Montgomery county line.

Audubon and Pew: Florida’s Coastal Birds Could Face Threat to Food Supply

Researchers Recommend Protecting Small Fish as a Vital Food Source