Have you ever felt like you were being watched? All logical sense reassures you that you’re alone but an eerie feeling persistently creeps in that you’re not. I had that eerie feeling a dozen times this week while I backpacked through the Rogue River area. When you spend three days in solitude, it is … Continue reading Alone in the Rogue
For immediate release May 31, 2012 Contact: Josh Laughlin, Cascadia Wildlands, (541) 844-8182 Noah Greenwald, Center Biological Diversity, (503) 484-7495 Bob Sallinger, Portland Audubon Society, (503) 380-9728 Tanya Sanerib, Crag Law Center, (503) 525-2722 Lawsuit Filed to Protect Threatened Marbled Murrelets … Continue reading Cascadia Sues to Protect Seabird
Right after the Mexican wolves were released in the Southwest I was at a DC press conference with Dave Parsons, Craig Miller, and other drivers of the restoration project. I was interviewed after the event by a reporter from USA Today who asked me what wolves needed to survive. My answer was quick and flippant … Continue reading Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation–Needed: Less 10 Gallon Hats and More 10 Pound Brains
Through trapping, poisoning and shooting, government agents and bounty hunters killed off every last gray wolf in Oregon, Washington and California by the 1940s. However, the species has begun to make a remarkable comeback in the Pacific West as wolves have migrated west after a successful re-introduction into the northern Rockies in the mid-1990s. Today, … Continue reading Bringing Back Wolves
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