NGOs that have yet to respond to Grazing Allotment Complaint Invitation

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This Particular Invitation to sign onto Our Colville Grazing Allotment Complaint and Closure Request was emailed August 21st, 2019

As of Today September 11th, 2019  

The Following list of Organizations have not yet responded.

  1. Center For Biological Diversity
  2. Defenders of Wildlife
  3. Humane Society, Predator Defense
  4. Pacific Northwest Wolf Coalition
  5. Endangered Species Coalition
  6. Western Environmental Law Center
  7. Cascadia Wildliands
  8. California Wolf Center
  9. Project Coyote.

It is past time for All to Join as One Voice with an Organization that has tools available that none of the above listed Groups have on Their Own.

Our Research and Path is Precedent Setting, failure to respond does not shed a positive light on the desire to actually begin stopping what is happening to Your Children’s Resources.

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NE Washington Ranchers being Helpful

protect the wolves, ban grazing allotmentsThe Billboard reads “Dangerous Predators Protect Family and Pets”!

Thank you Ranchers in NE Washington Speaking Out it appears helping people to understand that Predators help Protect Family and Pets. We finally agree on Something.

We all know that isnt what they meant, Apparently those very same Ranchers and Livestock Associations need to take a Class on writing. https://protectthewolves.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/69574162_404153936907330_5545914514240700416_n-300×225.jpg #OpposeWelfareRanchingNotWolves #ProtectTheWolves #ProtectWolvesInWashington

A Huge Howl and Thank you out To Wayne Pacelle founder of Animal Wellness Action

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A Huge Howl and Thank you out To Wayne Pacelle founder of Animal Wellness Action for finding a small path in to begin to effect Change.

We are still searching for a Firm to file a TRO based on Our Research and information which is different than has been used to date by all Large NGOs.

“This is a bittersweet courtroom victory because the Department of Fish and Wildlife gunned down four more wolves on the very morning of the judicial proceeding,” said Wayne Pacelle, founder of Animal Wellness Action. “The Department of Fish and Wildlife had a strong indication that its actions were not legally defensible, but they charged ahead anyway and all but eliminated another wolf pack.”

This Credit is being put out for the Public to see whom actually was responsible for this Small Win. Len McIrvin of the Diamond M Ranch is now responsible for the Death of what was at 18, now add 8 more to that horrific amount. All for just 1 Ranch that can not seem to get it right.

Just  a few hours after the state killed four of the five surviving members of the pack, A King County Superior Court Judge granted a preliminary injunction ordering the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife to stop killing members of the Old Profanity Territory (OPT) pack Friday. You can thank The first Judge that made the initial denial. The Facts didnt change just the Judges.

 

Animal Wellness Action Press Release

For Immediate Release:

Contact:
Wayne Pacelle •  (202) 420-0446
wayne@animalwellnessaction.org

Jennifer McCausland • (206) 972-8555

For more information, please visit:
Animal Wellness Action

State Kills Four Wolves within Hours of Court Granting Preliminary Injunction

State has now killed 25 wolves in the Colville National Forest on behalf of Diamond M Ranch

KING COUNTY: A King County Superior Court Judge granted a preliminary injunction ordering the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife to stop killing members of the Old Profanity Territory (OPT) pack Friday, just hours after the state killed four of the five surviving members of the pack.   The Center for a Humane Economy supported the legal action, brought forth by three Washington residents deeply concerned about the fate of wolves.

“This is a bittersweet courtroom victory because the Department of Fish and Wildlife gunned down four more wolves on the very morning of the judicial proceeding,” said Wayne Pacelle, founder of Animal Wellness Action. “The Department of Fish and Wildlife had a strong indication that its actions were not legally defensible, but they charged ahead anyway and all but eliminated another wolf pack.”

Only a single wolf of a pack that had nine members at the beginning of July survives. Among the wolves killed were four pups.

Complaints from Len and Bill McIrvin and other members of that family operating the Diamond M Ranch have triggered 87 percent of the state’s wolf killing. The family has declined government payments to compensate them for lost cattle, and refuses to take commonsense measures to protect its cattle from predators. Instead, it has publicly demanded the eradication of wolves from the area.

“The McIrvin family is baiting wolves with live cattle on our federal lands,” added Pacelle. “And then they complain when the inevitable occurs, and then plead with the state to kill more wolves from helicopters.”

Wolves are classified as “endangered” under Washington law.  State agents killed as many wolves this morning in the Colville National Forest as they killed all last year in the entire state.

“I am deeply disappointed that Governor Inslee ignored the requests of countless Washingtonians to intervene and stop the needless killing of these wolves,” commented Jennifer McCausland of the Center for a Humane Economy. “He could have restrained the worst instincts and actions of his own wildlife agency but he stayed on the sidelines when we needed him most.”

Robert Wielgus, a former Washington State University wildlife biologist who has studied wolves and other predators in eastern Washington, has pointed out that livestock losses to wolves were one-third of one percent (0.003) in wolf-occupied areas of Washington, except when it comes to the ranching operations of Len McIrvin, who has suffered 14 times the losses of other ranchers in wolf-occupied territory. The state has admitted that McIrvin and his Diamond M Ranch have never used quality range riding services, and in recent weeks they refused to allow the state to send a team of range riders in to protect their cattle. They have made clear that their intent is to kill wolves, not save cattle.

In recent weeks, the Center for a Humane Economy, Animal Wellness Foundation, and Animal Wellness Action have taken a series of paid advertisements to draw attention to the needlessly provocative actions of the McIrvin family and to urge the state to stop the wolf killing in favor of non-lethal management and more strategic public-land grazing.

Wolves are slowly reclaiming small portions of their original range in Washington. The state is on a pace this year to kill a fifth of the state’s wolves, which the Department of Fish and Wildlife officials had previously estimated at 125 animals.

Source: https://animalwellnessaction.org/2019/08/16/state-kills-four-wolves-within-hours-of-court-granting-preliminary-injunction/

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Protect The Wolves has Invited Presidential Candidate Jay Inslee To Join Them

Protect The Wolves has Invited

Presidential Candidate Jay Inslee To Join Them

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

MEDIA CONTACTS:

Patricia Herman President Protect The Wolves™

Dr Robert Wielgus, protect the wolves, opt profanity peak pack,
Wed. May 31, 2017. Rob Wielgus, director of the large carnivore lab at WSU howls on a Colville National Forest road near the last location of the Profanity Peak wolf pack before they were hunted down in 2016. 

Roger Dobson Director of Tribal Relations

310-494-6314 pressreleaseinfo at protectthewolves.com

Seattle Wa- August 8th 8:30 AM

Protect The Wolves™ has invited Presidential Candidate Governor Jay Inslee to Join them at the King County Courthouse .

  • When August 16th
  • Where  King County Courthouse 516 3rd Ave Seattle Wa
  • Time: 8AM

Protect The Wolves™ is CoFounded by a Washington State Tribal Member that Requests your Attendance at The OPT Pack hearing on August 16th at 8AM prior to the hearing. This will give the Governor the Opportunity to show the masses that he actually disagrees with Nationwide Wolf Delisting and not just using Wolves to Get Votes.

Protect The Wolves™ along with your constituents that can actually Vote for you in the Presidential Race will be present. Protect The Wolves Urges your attendance, to actually put your money where your mouth is showing ALL Voters in the USA that you are about what you claim!

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14 SEP 2016: Emergency Rally to Speak for ALL Washington Wolves @ NorthBend

Evensi.us  has found and publicized our Emergency Rally to speak for all Washington Wolves. Shows Links for Lodging 😉

 

Please Note: exact Times will change when WDFW agenda is Posted. Address will be added when WDFW confirms Northbend Address.
Protect The Wolves® Requests Your Presence
Protect The Wolves®, a Native American Religious Group, requests your presence
at the Wolf Advisory Group Meeting on September 14th and 15th
The Creator has blessed Protect the Wolves® with all of you that are following and participating in this Movement to reclaim a voice for All of our Sacred Animals. With your minds, joining their minds, this Movement will Ultimately Triumph in this War, brought on by those that only see the dollar signs.

Source: 14 SEP 2016: Emergency Rally to Speak for ALL Washington Wolves @ NorthBend #ProfanityPeakWolfPack #ProtectWolvesInWashington #WolvesInTheNews #WolvesInWashington

Dr. Robert Wielgus Man of Integrity

Published on: Aug 31, 2016

After Listening to Dr. Rob Weilgus WSU Associate Professors videos, it is in fact our belief that he is a Man of Great Integrity. Please watch this video to completion and we will leave you to your own conclusions based on facts before us.

Protect The Wolves® in their phone conversation with Dr. Rob Weilgus, invited him to sit on our Board of Directors.

Dr. Rob Weilgus that invitation still stands!!

Dr. Wielgus is an associate professor and director of the Large Carnivore Conservation Lab at Washington State University in Pullman. His research has focused on the population, behavioral and habitat ecology of large carnivores, including cougars and wolves, and their prey. Dr. Wielgus’ current research is looking at livestock mortality rates in the wolf-occupied areas of Washington over a 15-year period, as well as the effects of non-lethal interventions on reducing wolf depredations and indirect effects on livestock in Washington. http://img.youtube.com/vi/ZfY4MoMCJcU/0.jpg #CutOffUSDAWildlifeServicesFunding #ProfanityPeakWolfPack #ProtectWolvesInWashington #WolvesInTheNews #WolvesInWashington