For Immediate Release, February 3, 2016 Contacts: Nick Cady, Cascadia Wildlands, (541) 434-1463, firstname.lastname@example.org John Mellgren, Western Law Environmental Center, (541) 359-0990, email@example.com Amy Atwood, Center for Biological Diversity, (503) 504-5660, firstname.lastname@example.org Bethany Cotton, WildEarth Guardians, (503) 327-4923, email@example.com Brooks Fahy, Predator Defense, (541) 937-4261, firstname.lastname@example.org Camilla Fox, Project Coyote, (415) 690-0338, email@example.com … Continue reading Cascadia Wildlands Challenges Wildlife Services’ Wolf Killing in Oregon
For Immediate Release December 21, 2015 Contacts: Nick Cady, Cascadia Wildlands, 314-482-3746, firstname.lastname@example.org Timothy Coleman, Kettle Range Conservation Group, 509-675-3556, email@example.com Bethany Cotton, WildEarth Guardians, 406-414-7227, firstname.lastname@example.org John Mellgren, Western Environmental Law Center, 541-525-5087, email@example.com Conservationists deal blow to Wildlife Services in landmark WA wolf case Court rejects indiscriminate wolf killing OLYMPIA, … Continue reading Huge Legal Victory for Washington’s Wolves
By Bob Ferris I get philosophical when riding my bike. I got so philosophical the other night that I almost biked into an opening car door, but I digress. A lot of my pedal-powered thinking of late has been directed at wolves, science and our various governments’ intellectual and moral responsibilities—with the Huckleberry Pack … Continue reading Celebrate and Practice Wolf Awareness This Week and Beyond
For Immediate Release, January 16, 2014 Contacts: Amaroq Weiss, Center for Biological Diversity, (707) 779-9613 Nick Cady, Cascadia Wildlands, (541) 434-1463 John Mellgren, Western Environmental Law Center, (541) 359-0990 In Washington, Opposition Mounts to Notorious Federal Program’s Attempt to Grab Wolf-killing Powers OLYMPIA, Wash.— Eight conservation groups representing tens of thousands of … Continue reading In Washington, Opposition Mounts to Notorious Federal Program’s Attempt to Grab Wolf-killing Powers
As we push for more enlightened views regarding coyotes and continue our work to reform or do away with USDA Wildlife Services, it is important to learn about what research tells us about coyote control. This paper is a good place to start to learn how complicated this issue is. Please follow the link below to … Continue reading A Good Paper to Read While Gaining an Understanding of How Coyotes Respond to Control
By Register Guard Editorial Staff January 8, 2014 Congress should join the U.S. Department of Agriculture inspector general in investigating the federal government’s predator control program. The Wildlife Services agency has had far more than its share of controversy since the federal program was created nearly a century ago to oversee the trapping, shooting … Continue reading Scrutinize wildlife agency: DeFazio questions its costs, mission and culture
Aggressive hunting, trapping, and agriculturally driven eradication programs formerly decimated carnivore populations across the Pacific Northwest. While efforts have been made in the past by federal agencies to recover some of these species, in most cases funding has been cut, enthusiasm lost, and efforts politically preempted.
On September 1o, 2012 Cascadia Wildlands filed the below comments on a proposal by USDA Wildlife Service to conduct activities involving the recovering wolf population in Oregon. Please follow below link to read. Wildlife Services EA comments final