Farm and Ranch Report
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David Sparks Ph.D.
Sportsman's SpotlightLast week, we applauded the de-listing of wolves.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe federal government has removed the Gray Wolf from the Endangered Species List, which is seen as a good move by many in Washington agriculture.
Sportsman's SpotlightRepresentative Greg Walden (R-Hood River) released a statement after the U.S. Department of Interior announced the official delisting of the gray wolf.
Sportsman's SpotlightResearch should be of interest regarding mitigating Wolf Depredation.
Farm and Ranch ReportWashington Wolf Population Growing
Sportsman's SpotlightSnare diverters no longer required for wolf trapping
Sportsman's SpotlightTed Kuch and I talk about the effects of reintroducing wolves on elk populations.
Sportsman's SpotlightMore on wolf management.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportA Thurston County Judge ruling upholds State Fish and Wildlife protocol for removing predatory wolves.
Sportsman's SpotlightA fun conversation with retired Fish and Wildlife biologist, Ted Kuch.
Sportsman's SpotlightEd Bangs made a huge splash many years ago as the wolf recovery Coordinator for the US Fish and Wildlife Service.
Idaho Ag TodayThe Idaho Governor's Office of Species Conservation (OSC) is now accepting applications for verified livestock losses.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportA series of public meetings to help develop a wolf management plan in Washington state have been canceled due to concerns over safety.
Line on AgricultureOne of my earliest assignments as an endangered species biologist, was to be the Wolf Recovery Project leader.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportU.S. Representative Dan Newhouse talks about the public comment deadline that just passed for a proposal to remove Gray Wolves from the Endangered Species List.