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Facebook Fans Help Name Potter Park Zoo's Newest Wolves

(WLNS) – Kamots and Tikanni are the official names for the two newly added Potter Park Zoo gray wolves that were decided by zoo staff after Facebook fans were tasked with suggesting and voting on their top choices. 186 more words

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Opinion: High Noon for the Gray Wolf

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/19/opinion/high-noon-for-the-gray-wolf.html?_r=0

By LYDIA MILLETJAN. 18, 2015

In December 2011, a wild gray wolf set foot in California, the first sighting in almost a century. He’d wandered in from Oregon, looking for a mate. 708 more words

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Sharon Lee Davies-Tight reblogged this on Word Warrior Davies-Tight and commented:

Strange isn’t it – the killing spree for sport against the wolves for their predatory behavior, yet these same people aren’t calling their behavior or the behavior of hunting dogs predatory?

Who Won American Indian Law and Policy, 2014, Second Round, Bracket 4 of 4

Now we move onto the Category 4 hurricane, groups.

#1 1491s v. #9 Cobell settlement beneficiaries

The 1491s love Jim Thorpe (I think) but not his captor, winning with 93 percent of the vote. 217 more words

Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher

Federal court wolf ruling - now what?

From:  Wadena Pioneer Journal

Jan. 02, 2015 by Erik Osberg

On Dec. 19, a federal judge ruled to reinstate Endangered Species Act protection for gray wolves in the Upper Midwest, essentially ending the wolf hunt in… 785 more words

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Who Won Indian Law and Policy 2014? First Round Bracket — 7 of 8

Now we move to Category 4, which is another miscellaneous category of sorts. Thanks for bearing with me through this.

Category 4 — Groups

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Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher

Positive News Stories from The Treetalker

Positive News Stories from The Treetalker

January 3, 2015

Scientist has found that inoculating Whitebark pine seedlings with Siberian slippery jack fungus spores increases their chance of survival amid mountain pine beetle and white pine blister rust that has been devastating northern forests. 190 more words