Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Judge restores protection for Gray Wolves in Wyoming
The reintroduction of Gray Wolves to the Intermountain West was a real, honest-to-gosh wildlife conservation success story. I remember seeing photos move on the Associated Press wire the day that Intgerior Secretary Bruce Babbit and other high-vis celebrities released the first batch of Canis luplus at Yellowstone. Since that day, the livestock-friendly state lawmakers of Wyoming and Idaho have done their best to kill, rather than sustain, Gray Wolves that now call their states home. Here's some good conservation news.