Along with 90 other organizations, WWA sent a letter to Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt and the Department of
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Article by Mackenzie Thomas Elk feedlots, while typically known to expedite the spread of many diseases like hoof rot or
We fight hard, both in and out of court, for our native wildlife but can’t do it without support from
DENVER, Nov. 27 (UPI) — Wyoming’s National Elk Reserve could become a toxic “biological Superfund site” polluted by deadly prions that
Winter feeding at Alkali Creek must end because of disease concerns. Following a victory in a Wyoming court last September,
Wyoming Wildlife Advocates (WWA) condemns Governor Gordon’s recent remarks disparaging and politicizing grizzly bears and wolves during a recent speech
Earlier this month our case against the Department of the Interior was heard by the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.