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Ruling on wolf delisting praised, condemned

by Mark Huffman/Jackson Hole News & Guide | MARCH 6, 2017 A court decision handed down Friday that has wolves headed for management by the state of Wyoming has spurred a flurry of praise and [...]

Disappointing Decision by Grand Teton National Park

With no regard for the comments submitted by the public, Grand Teton National Park has decided to move forward with a plan to renovate the historic 4 Lazy F dude ranch into 15 to 17 seasonal [...]

Newsletter – February 2017

Wyoming Wildlife Advocates’ February 2017 Newsletter is now available! Click here to read the latest updates on grizzly delisting, chronic wasting disease and more.

A Live Grizzly Is Worth More Than A Dead One

by Cory Hatch/Jackson Hole News & Guide | JANUARY 25, 2017 Over the holidays at my in-laws’ house, a factoid on the 24-hour-a-day Christmas music TV station caught my eye: Teddy Bears are so [...]

Monitoring intensifies to detect chronic wasting disease

by Mike Koshrml/Jackson Hole News & Guide | JANUARY 2, 2017 The intensity of the search for chronic wasting disease about doubled this year in Jackson Hole and more tissue samples were [...]

Wyoming Wildlife Advocates & Sierra Club release updated Chronic Wasting Disease map.

Wyoming Wildlife Advocates & Sierra Club today released an updated version of their Chronic Wasting Disease map. This map depicts CWD endemic mule deer hunt areas across the state of Wyoming. [...]

Yellowstone National Park Lone Dissenter To Plan For Managing Grizzly Bears If They Are Delisted From ESA

by Kurt Repanshek/National Parks Traveler | NOVEMBER 20, 2016 Just one vote against a conservation strategy intended to see that grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem thrive after [...]

Sierra Club: Grizzly mortality limits flawed

by Mike Koshmrl/Jackson Hole News & Guide | NOVEMBER 11, 2016 Conservation groups worry that high death rates of boar grizzlies in a post-delisting world will not be captured by population [...]

What might happen with no Teton hunt?

by Cory Hatch/Jackson Hole News & Guide | NOVEMBER 9, 2016 Grand Teton National Park’s “elk reduction program” began Oct. 22 sans the usual fusillade of controversy to accompany the scores of [...]

WWA PROPOSES PERMANENT CONSERVATION AREA FOR JACKSON HOLE GRIZZLIES

  Jackson, WY – At a public meeting concerning the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s draft grizzly bear hunting regulations Wyoming Wildlife Advocates proposed a Grizzly Bear [...]

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