Some new wolf photos from Wyoming for lawsuit day

Today, Monday April 28, EarthJustice is expected to file a lawsuit trying to overturn the delisting of wolves one month ago — the handover to virtually unrestricted state management. Wyoming management has resulted already in at least ten, and probably many more, dead wolves from what was the state’s population of 188 wolves. The photos below appear to be 4 of them.

Warning if you click on this article, the photos might disturb you. They have been all over the place on email.

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Alberta suspends grizzly hunt for fourth year in a row

Environmental Groups Announce Top 2008 Electoral Targets

This is from the League of Conservation Voters, the longest standing of the conservation groups that try in influence the outcomes of elections.

Environmental Groups Announce Top 2008 Electoral Targets. LCV News Release. April 24, 2008

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Alberta govt suspends wolf-poisoning program

Alberta govt. suspends wolf-poisoning program. Cathy Ellis, Canwest News Service

Protection weighed for sage grouse in West’s energy areas

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