Dick Jordan carried the news to Timberline High School, and it wasn’t good. The wolf pack their school adopted more than 20 years ago had been killed, on purpose, by USDA’s Wildlife Services. The students were shocked. Generations of Timberline wolves have been followed and studied by generations of students at Timberline High School. They’ve … Continued
May years ago, I was a Girl Scout leader. We had just completed a wonderful father daughter dance and the girls were cleaning up. I had just brought some boxes of supplies to my car. When I turned back to the building, the girls were all outside enthusiastically counting down to release a fist full … Continued
Bears are more inclined to stay away from people, but when it comes to food sources, we often make it irresistible for them to keep their distance. Beehives, ranches, chickens, fruit trees, feed and grain can attract bears. And even in towns or small communities, bird feeders, feeding pets outside, greasy barbeque grills and trash, … Continued
“I follow Tamulwit,” said James Holt, Coexistence Council member and executive director of the Buffalo Field Campaign. “It’s a sacred responsibility. Back before human beings came, the Creator called a council with all the living beings: the animals, the plants. He asked them what they would do for the human beings that were coming and … Continued
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