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“Utah Rancher BLM conflict”

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Sheriff Garrison statement on National Monument From The Westerner

Monday, May 19, 2014 Sheriff Garrison statement on National Monument I was just informed, that the President of the United States will sign a bill next week making over 500,000 thousand Acres in Dona Ana County, New Mexico, a National Monument, called the Organ Mountains Desert Peaks National Monument/Wilderness. This is the bill, that I … Continue reading »

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Fight federal abuse of property rights by making the government obey its own rules

Please go to the Washington Examiner online page and leave a comment. Fight federal abuse of property rights by making the government obey its own rules http://washingtonexaminer.com/fight-federal-abuse-of-property-rights-by-making-the-government-obey-its-own-rules/article/2547278 By Ron Arnold | APRIL 15, 2014 AT 6:55 PM Ramona Morrison, daughter of Wayne Hage, holds a book by Jim Keen open to a spread on her … Continue reading »

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The realities of ranching and wolves

By Kerry Tienhaara For the Capital Press Published: February 13. 2014 8:55AM Last changed: February 13. 2014 8:56AM Kerry Tienhaara A rancher writes about the facts about wolves. The letter in the Jan. 24 Readers’ Views reads the same as nearly every other revered Canadian Gray Wolf vs. Evil Rancher letter written by a supporter … Continue reading »

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Mexican Wolf Count Up Cow Kills Also Growing at a Steadily

Last week, US Fish and Wildlife Service Regional Director Benjamin Tuggle, proudly announced that the Mexican wolf population had grown from a minimum of 75 wolves in 2013 to 83 in the first month of 2014. What the agency did not release was the fact that the population increase had more to do with its … Continue reading »

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Albuquerque Wolf hearing November 20 Embassy Suites.

Be fully informed about the proposed expansion of the Wolf reintroduction in New Mexico 3:00-4:30 PM November 20, 2013 Embassy Suites, 1000 Woodward, Albuquerque, NM FWS Hearing doors open at 5 PM in the same building Please pre-register at http://wolvesinalbuquerque.eventbrite.com/ We need your help. Next week in Albuquerque, a public comment hearing is being held … Continue reading »

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Date location Mexican Wolf-Human Interaction Wolf Behavior Land Ownership 2006 to 2013

Complaints received: Case# Date location Wolf-Human Interaction Wolf Behavior Land Ownership _________________________________________ _______________________________________ WSS-001 07-17-06 Big dry US 180 seen from vehicle traveling state WSS-002 07-24-06 near catwalk picnic area seen from vehicle traveling private property WSS-003 07-21-06 Reserve seen from business, 2 wolves standing/looking private property WSS-004 08-06-06 FR 19 seen from vehicle 5 … Continue reading »

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Western Ranchers Defend Big Victory in Grazing Battle

http://www.fairfieldsuntimes.com/articles/2013/10/27/news/doc5266eb4945052021040018.txt Published: Sunday, October 27, 2013 12:41 AM CDT DENVER — Two ranching organizations, an Arizona ranch, and an Arizona rancher at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit today defended their victory from an Arizona federal district court that granted them summary judgment in a lawsuit by environmental groups demanding that grazing … Continue reading »

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Politics over Biology (It certainly isn’t biology) An early article discussing the Mexican Wolf reintroduction.

Mexican Wolf A Rural Viewpoint Reality Bites Wolf Introduction in the Southwest It Really IS Politics! It certainly isn’t biology. You’re absolutely right, Kevin. The whole process of re-introducing wolves has been politics, not biology. In the November 9, 1995 issue of The Bulletin, published in Las Cruces, New Mexico, Kevin Bixby, director of the … Continue reading »

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The alpha female of the Campbell Blue Pack of Mexican gray wolves was captured Sunday

By Lisa Parker Sun-News The alpha female of the Campbell Blue Pack of Mexican gray wolves was captured Sunday — never to return to the wild — as the result of an April 14 conflict with an Arizona man and his six dogs. According to a report from the Eastern Arizona Courier, Dean Warren was … Continue reading »

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