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Rachel Tilseth—Environmentalist, Fine Artist & Filmmaker “Films that Inspire Change”
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Wolves support each other in times of danger: Triangle saves his sister
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Meet the wolves and humans who inspired ‘American Wolf’ “American Wolf” tells the tale of O-Six, a Yellowstone National Park alpha female who became known as “the world’s most famous wolf,” and the people…
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"Besides love and sympathy, animals exhibit other qualities connected with the social instincts which in us would be called moral." ― Charles Darwin Photograph credit NPS…
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Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films Dec 6
“As human beings how we use our intelligence to perceive reality Dictates how we will use the power of our intelligence” —John Trudell
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Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films Dec 6
Every inch is essential... From the forest floor to the top of the tree canopy; it’s all intertwined. A forest breathes. A mouse, an owl, a moose and a wolf are one with the forest. Photo credit John E Marriott…
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Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films Dec 5
Repost from montanamaaike Shadows and light- a big horn sheep ram. Fun morning testing out my new camera. (Maaike Middleton is one of the Producers on our film project: Inside the Heart of Wolf Advocacy—The…
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Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films Dec 5
Thank you for keeping our democracy strong!
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Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films Dec 5
MINNEAPOLIS— The Center for Biological Diversity today notified the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources of plans to sue the agency for permitting trapping that harms Canada lynx, in violation of the…
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Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films Dec 4
People and Wolves: Encounter with three wild Wisconsin gray wolves…
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Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films Dec 4
You don’t see them but you see the signs they leave behind... The road was a mile long and full of wolf sign. The whole family was there. Paw prints everywhere, two raised leg urinations, several squat urinations,…
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Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films Dec 3
Polarized beyond repair or not... I’m perplexed as posts filtering through my newsfeed condemn this, that and everyone to such an extreme. It’s polarizing beyond any comprehension. It stops all progress. It slams…
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Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films Dec 2
I like to use wild wolves photographs on my posts and blog. Recently was made aware of some unethical behavior by a photographer whose work I’ve been using. I trust the source who let me know about this and don’t…
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Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films Dec 2
Researchers in Wisconsin have found less evasive ways to monitor gray wolves. Researchers can now identify individual wolves by their hows. “Because of the many challenges involved in radio collaring an animal, it…
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Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films Dec 2
In a comprehensive article, Wisconsin, Watch by Rich Kramer on the problems with Wisconsin’s wolf management retired wolf biologist Adrian Wydeven weighs in: On Jan. 27, 2012, the Fish and Wildlife Service removed…
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Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films Dec 1
In a comprehensive article in Wisconsin Watch written by Rich Kramer of Wisconsin Public Radio the article brings out all sides of Wisconsin’s wolf management, the good, the bad and the ugly. Gray wolves a…
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Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films Dec 1
Repost from Video by | We were following a pack of grey wolves on the coast of the Hudson Bay when one of younger members of the pack split off and began digging up sticks. She found this…
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Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films Dec 1
There’s so much information out in the net on social media making it difficult to sift through it all. Advocates read the full article & take time to comprehend the facts. Check article dates and sources for…
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Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films Nov 30
“Protect your spirit, because you are in the place where spirits get eaten” —John Trudell I met John in 1990, and he we had long discussions about how Gray wolves are persecuted. John…
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Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films Nov 30
“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” —Mother Theresa
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Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films Nov 30
Wisconsinites remain heavily divided over how to manage state’s Gray wolf population.
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