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Need a Do-Over With Your Shot?

It’s rare for any hunter to walk away from a field or reflect on a hunt and not think about whether a shot could have been better.  516 more words

Wawang Lake Resort

Bill Would Remove Federal Protections For Wolves In Michigan, 3 Other States

Associated Press

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Several members of Congress are preparing legislation to take gray wolves in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan and Wyoming off the endangered list in an attempt to undo… 560 more words


Sammandrag av artiklar och nyhetssändningar angående den svenska vargjakten.

Från: VF Värmlands Folkblad

Jan. 10, 2015 av Sofie Gustavsson

”Vuxna män gråter i dag”

”Hånade”, ”lurade”, ”bedrövligt”.
Gunnar Glöersen, rovdjursansvarig vid Jägareförbundet, rasar mot torsdagens beslut. 2,079 more words


Raw Wilderness

First a disclaimer. If you are squeamish about seeing footage of nature at its most raw, than the below photos and story may not be for you. 645 more words

North American Wildlife

To Montana and Idaho Wolves, You're NOT Forgotten....

What better Christmas gift than to see Great Lakes Wolves relisted? First Wyoming and now Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan. BUT the relisting, as tremendous as it is, came after Minnesota and Wisconsin wolf hunting “seasons” ended with 426 dead wolves. 866 more words

Gray Wolf/canis Lupus

Federal ruling means no more killing wolves

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — State officials say Minnesotans can no longer kill wolves unless their lives are in danger.

The change was brought about by a federal judge’s ruling Friday effectively restoring gray wolves to the endangered species list in Great Lakes states. 87 more words

Local News

Federal Court Puts Gray Wolf Back On Endangered Species List

LANSING (WWJ/AP) – No more hunting or trapping — effective immediately.

That’s the word from a federal judge who overturned an Obama administrations decision to remove the gray wolf from the endangered species list in the Great Lakes Region. 413 more words