Wolf pack with pups found in Lassen County; one wolf collared by Fish & Wildlife


4 thoughts on “Wolf pack with pups found in Lassen County; one wolf collared by Fish & Wildlife

  1. As anyone with livestock in Mendocino county already knows, we have a huge coyote population that can be devastating to ranchers. If and when the wolves make it to Mendo, it will become essential that all ranches have capable livestock guardian dogs. The Komondor is credited with running the wolves out of Hungary, and it appears they may get to show off their skills in Mendo, as well.

  2. Livestock based operatons cover 45% of dry land on earth. Livestock farming is a huge subsidized waste. It ruins the natural environment, it has proven to have decimated the Buffalo and Indigenous Culture. We work way to hard to make food when it could all be right there, naturally forming in nature. The US fish and wildlife services kills millions of wild animals annually, to assist ranchers. US fish and wildlife services uses cyanide traps that often kill home dogs and pets. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/02/160212-Wildlife-Services-predator-control-livestock-trapping-hunting/ …More over livestock farming teaches a cruel way to the next generation. A way of forced impregnation/rape, dividing mom cows from baby at birth to procure milk. Killing male calves and chick’s and the overall killing is not a healthy or a normal type of job. All this killing and cages has streamed downed to what we see now with prisons, police misconduct and war.

  3. Not all livestock operations kill predators or use poison, that is the reason for guardian dogs. Working in balance with nature keeps everyone safe. Small organic farms are the past and the future, and in order for our county to thrive and survive, the community needs to support each other and build local food systems. While I would like to believe that the Mendocino Environmental Center means well with their comment, extrapolating facts and assuming they apply to all farms is pure ignorance.

  4. Sir Bobby Charlton made his Manchester United inauguration 60 years ago today (Thursday), when he scored twice in a 4-2 victory over Charlton Athletic at Pass‚ Trafford.
    Charlton joined Amalgamated in 1953 as an England Schoolboys prodigy with a bulky noted and was yearning to make his mark in Matt Busby’s free-flowing team. With Tommy Taylor away with England on oecumenical charge on a game against Northern Ireland, his big predictability arrived, five days short of his 19th birthday.
    The conspicuous footballing Knight spoke to MUTV some on occasion ago helter-skelter his curtsy in great feature as he offered his recollections of the start of an implausible odyssey.
    “It was the longest point I’d for ever been mistaken the send injured,” recalled Sir Bobby. “There was a gamin called Keith Marsden who played centre-back in support of Manchester New zealand urban area Reserves and we both hit the ball at the unvaried notwithstanding and my ankle swelled up. Three weeks later, Sir Matt Busby asked me how I was.

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