Wolf Country by William T. Hathaway

Wolf in Lamar Valley

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by William T. Hathaway
Writer, Dandelion Salad
February 6, 2016

This year marks the 20th anniversary of wolf reintroduction in Yellowstone National Park. From 66 released originally they’ve increased to over 300 and are no longer endangered. That they thrive here is not surprising, for they are creatures of this raw land in a way that we aren’t. Wolves are fitted to this environment, and so to understand them, we have to know the country that nurtures them.

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Shades of Gray: Living with Wolves + How Wolves Change Rivers

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Updated: Nov. 12, 2020

Standing Wolf

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linktv on Mar 15, 2013

Gray wolves once ranged across North America. But by the 1930s, they were nearly extinct — trapped, poisoned and hunted by ranchers, farmers, and government agents. With protection under the 1973 Endangered Species Act, the wolf population rebounded. But wolves lost federal protection in 2011.

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Has President Obama Failed Labor and the Environment? by Walter Brasch

by Walter Brasch
Featured Writer
Dandelion Salad
July 17, 2011

After significant compromise with the recalcitrant Republicans who want to continue to give the wealthy tax advantages while cutting significant social programs, President Obama has finally taken a stand on debt ceiling negotiations. However, in labor, wildlife management, and the environment he is still compromising rather than coming out forcefully for the principles he and the working class believes.

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Palin’s Wolf-Killing Program Results in 14 Wolf Pup Deaths

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When you promote a grotesque program like Governor Sarah Palin’s Alaska wolf slaughter, you can expect gruesome results.

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