Wolves have been restored in the Northern Rockies, but
their conflict with civilization now prompts wildlife managers to
face some agonizing decisions about the animal's future.
by Ray Ring,
May 27, 2002
Following the killing of 170 bison outside Yellowstone
last winter, the Buffalo Field Campaign is suing the Montana Dept.
of Livestock and the Forest Service, alleging violations of the
Endangered Species Act.
by Julie Elliott,
May 13, 2002
In order to save bighorn sheep, wildlife officials kill a
mountain lion, and more sheep.
by Morgan Heim,
Jun 20, 2007
In Colorado, environmentalists are calling for a halt to
the aerial gunning of coyotes until its effects on wildlife can be
by Katie Oppenheimer,
Jul 03, 2000
After an M-44 cyanide trap put on their land by a
government trapper kills the family dog, Paul and Lee-Ann Wright
sue the federal government.
by Keri Watson And Greg Hanscom,
Mar 13, 2000
Pat Wolff's multi-media presentation, "Stop the War on
Wildlife," aims to convince audiences that government predator
control is "wasteful, biologically unsound and not
by Ali Macalady,
Nov 08, 1999
A plan by the Animal Damage Control Agency (recently
renamed Wildlife Services) would allow coyotes to be shot from
helicopters, even if the animals are not bothering
by Michelle Nijhuis,
Apr 27, 1998
Animal Damage Control will change its name to Wildlife
Sep 20, 1993
The Wyoming BLM bucks the ban on killing
May 03, 1993
A BLM decision limits predator killing on BLM lands to
Apr 19, 1993