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I Ain’t Got a Dog

By Jim Beers | Published: 01/8/2012

All you folks out there who have a positive view of your relationship with and use of animals, there is something you should know. If you enjoy meat or have a pet, if you fish or have a relative who benefited from medicinal testing…



HIKERS CAN NO LONGER BRING DOGS TO PARIA CANYON WILDERNESS PERMIT AREAS

By Dan Sands | Published: 01/8/2012

“.prohibited…”, “.not allowed.”, “.forbidden.”, “.access is denied…’, “.no longer allowed.”



1998 Election Gains

By Stephen S. Boynton | Published: 12/15/1998

Hunters, trappers, and wildlife management experts gained ground in the November elections, approving measures that keep control of natural resource management in the hands of professionals and protect the right to hunt and trap.



The Necessity of predators: Part 3

By Jonathon Sprague Woolf | Published: 06/30/1998

The previous sections have shown that predators are necessary both to a prey species and to the ecosystem in which the prey species lives.



The Necessity of Predators: Part 2

By Jonathon Sprague Woolf | Published: 06/30/1998

In the 1960s, a University of Washington biologist named Robert Paine did an interesting experiment in the waters off the Olympic Peninsula.



Feds Drop 29 Species From ESA

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 06/30/1998

With a pair of Bald Eagles and their chick in the background, Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt announced that the federal government will drop 29 species from the Endangered Species Act list of protected species at a May 5 press…



Black Bear Management

By Bob Ballantyne | Published: 06/30/1998

It wasn’t too long ago, perhaps three decades, that the black bear was an unknown quantity in Pennsylvania. The hunting season had been a rather long one, and the annual harvest was in the neighborhood of 300-400 bears. The…



The Tuna-Dolphin Connection

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 03/19/1997

The simple facts are: Dolphins are marine mammals; they swim near the surface of the water and break through the surface to breathe. Marine mammals exist in all the world’s oceans.



Greenpeace, Other Groups Praise New US Congressional Effort

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 03/19/1997

While nations grapple with decimation of fishing stocks in the North Atlantic Ocean, tuna fishermen in Southern California, Mexico, and Central and South America may finally begin to reap the fruits of their conservation labors…



From the President’s Desk . . . May/June 1996

By Adrian Morrison DVM, PhD | Published: 05/8/1996

In the past few issues this column has focused on education. I thought this time I would focus on something that is a fundamental issue: killing animals for human use. This really gets to basics. I am taking my cue from something…



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