US government could drive grey wolf to extinction… By Michelle Nijhuis,

Howling For Justice

gray wolf USFWS

February 15, 2014

A great article that shines a light on the “shaky  science USFWS is using to justify a national delisting of gray wolves, which could push them into a second extermination.


Friday, Feb 14, 2014 06:00 AM MST

The US Fish and Wildlife Service is relying on shaky science to remove the animal from the endangered species list

Michelle Nijhuis,

About 300 wolves live in the nearly 2-million-acre swath of central Ontario forest known as Algonquin Provincial Park. These wolves are bigger and broader than coyotes, but noticeably smaller than the gray wolves of Yellowstone. So how do they fit into the wolf family tree? Scientists don’t agree on the answer—yet it could now affect the fate of every wolf in the United States.

That’s because last June, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposed removing gray wolves across most of the country from…

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One comment

  1. I cannot believe the stupidity of not protecting this nations beautiful wolves. They have as much right to live as we do. Christian Religion has the 10 commandments supposedly to Guide from Committing the worse of all Sins and one of them is “Thou shall not KILL” mind you it does not say just people …it does not define….yet so many people in the religion never question if it applies to animals as well. I wonder why that has never been addressed or at least, not that I know of. But the point to me it is a SIN to Kill off WOLVES and then what spend a fortune in money to bring them back from extinction ???? ♥


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