Friday, November 23, 2012

Bill sent you a video: ""Bob the ELK" Fixin' himself an Elk Leafy Salad, with no Dressing!"

Bob the ELK" Fixin' himself an Elk Leafy Salad, with no Dressing!"
beardog321 has shared a video with you on YouTube
Check out Bob the Elk!
"Bob the ELK" Fixin' himself an Elk Leafy Salad, with no Dressing!
"Bob the ELK" is chowing down on some leaves, twigs and branches on 9-12-2012 in Sheridan, WY and only a couple of blocks from where I live!

Here's a Little Info about the #1 Western town in America!

Here in Wyoming, it's more than just a word. It's the sincerity of a smile, the friendliness behind a simple "Howdy," and the authentic real West charm of Sheridan,Wyoming.

Sheridan is one of Wyoming's jewels, where fabled Western history and dramatic mountain vistas meet New West comfort and the serenity of wide open spaces. Enjoy a frontier spirit that values friendship -- and independence.

Embrace the West! Welcome to Sheridan, Wyoming and visit us here:
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"7 Yellowstone Wolves Killed Because of Wyoming Ill-Conceived Wolf Management Plan!"

Dear Family and Friends,
The wolf slaughter has begun in Wyoming, and it has been swift and deadly. After almost 2 decades of re-introducing wolves back to their native habitat, and millions of dollars, along with tens, and tens of thousands of man-hours by people working toward this end, Wyoming, Montana and Idaho were given the wolf management by the US Fish and Wildlife Service, per an agreement signed years ago, and all to the detriment of the wolves. The rancher/outfitter lobby has won again with exaggerated claims, along with lies, misinformation and myths, and the work of those dedicated to wolf re-introduction will be all for naught if we don't take a stand and stop this senseless slaughter. (Macho-male self gratification achieved by slaughtering 4-legged creatures that are important and necessary of our eco-systems makes it a senseless slaughter.)
Join the cause or otherwise years down the road you'll be the one saying, "Wow, how did all our wildlife become extinct? What could I have done?"
OK, time for the action part---read the post below, and take action NOW, before it is too late!
Thank you very much, from me and the wolves!


War on Wolves

Tell the governors of Montana and Wyoming to immediately halt the shooting of Yellowstone's wolves


Photo Credit: © USFWS
At least five radio-collared wolves have been shot along the park boundary. It's a huge setback for wolf research.


Tell Wyoming and Montana: Hands off Yellowstone wolves!

Dear Family and Friends,

We didn't think the situation in Wyoming (or Montana) could get any worse -- but it just did.

Last week, it was discovered that at least seven Yellowstone National Park wolves have been shot and killed just outside the park's borders. Five of these animals were wearing radio collars and were the subjects of an intensive conservation research study.

The killing of Yellowstone wolves is unconscionable. Tell the governors of Wyoming and Montana to shut down the wolf hunt immediately in lands adjacent to the park.

Wolves roam widely in search of food or mates. It's natural for them to occasionally wander briefly outside the park's invisible borders, but that shouldn't make them fair game for hunters.

Wolves are remarkable creatures. As top predators, they help maintain the balance of nature. Wolf-watching tourism attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year and it annually generates an estimated $35 million in revenue for the region. Twice that amount once money filters through local economy.

The loss of study wolves is especially tragic. It sets back years of conservation research that helps to resolve myths and misconceptions about wolves.

As you know, Defenders has joined other organizations in federal court to re-list all of Wyoming's wolves under the Endangered Species Act. But even if we prevail in court, it won't happen fast enough to stop this immediate crisis on the Yellowstone park border.

Please take a moment to demand immediate protection for Yellowstone's wolves!


Jamie Rappaport Clark
Defenders of Wildlife


© Copyright 11/20/2012 Defenders of Wildlife.

Defenders of Wildlife is a national, nonprofit membership organization dedicated to the protection of all native wild animals and plants in their natural communities.


Wednesday, November 21, 2012

"97 Klu Klux Klaucus Members, Including WY's own Cynthia Lummis Oppose Susan Rice"

Racist House Repubs oppose an African-American Susan Rice based on their mindless racism!
97 House Republicans in opposing Rice's potential nomination to replace Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State, even though her public statements about the incident originated from unclassified talking points provided by the intelligence community.

Both Obama and Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein have defended Rice, arguing she was using the best intelligence supplied to her at the time.
Under the Constitution, only the Senate has the power to give advice and consent to the administration on nominees. But the wet-brained republicans like Lummis and her racist friends think they won the election. How in God's name anyone could vote for Lummis is beyond me, as she is a living and breathing sockpuppet, doing whatever her master's tell her to do. The woman is incapable of an original thought, but sure loves her farm subsides and BLM leases!

"Washing one's hands of the conflict between the powerful and the powerless
means to side with the powerful, not to be neutral." -Paolo Friere-

Monday, November 12, 2012

"Brutus Vs. Sheridan, WY on November 9, 2012"

Subject: Bill H. sent you a video: "Brutus Vs. Sheridan, WY on November 9, 2012"
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Check out my latest video about Brutus "The Storm"! Starring me and Buddy!
Brutus Vs. Sheridan, WY on November 9, 2012
The 1st big snowstorm in Wyoming this winter season!

Friday, November 9, 2012

Urgent: Grizzly Bears Need Your Help

Dear Family and friends,
This is extremely important, so please take a minute or 2 to read it, and help save our grizzly bears! Please! Thank you!
Sent: Friday, November 09, 2012 5:38 PM
Subject: Urgent: Grizzly Bears Need Your Help

Sierra Club - Explore, enjoy and protect the planet

Dear William,

Protect the Shoshone National Forest and its Grizzlies

Take Action!

Take Action!

Right now, the fate of the Shoshone National Forest and its grizzly bears hangs in the balance. Oil and gas drilling and motorized trails threaten to ruin our nation's first national forest, located right on the eastern border of Yellowstone National Park.

The good news is we can protect this spectacular place, which is some of the best grizzly bear habitat in the entire Greater Yellowstone ecosystem.

Tell the Forest Service to protect the Shoshone's wild backcountry nature and keep it off-limits to oil and gas development and more motorized trails.

The U.S. Forest Service has developed a draft management plan for the Shoshone, which will determine the future of the forest for decades to come by defining where oil and gas drilling will be allowed, if more motorized trails will be developed, and whether any additional areas will be recommended for wilderness protection.

Roads and motorized trails destroy important habitat for grizzly bears and are a key factor in grizzly deaths each year in Greater Yellowstone. Additional roads and motorized trails will also diminish the natural beauty that makes the Shoshone so spectacular and that so many come to the forest to experience.

Submit your comments to the Forest Service today! We must act now -- we only have until November 26 to make our voices heard.

Grizzly bears need hundreds of square miles to survive -- to find food, mates and dens where they can raise their cubs before emerging each spring. For now, the Shoshone provides them with a home, but if these wildlands are carved up by more motorized trails or oil and gas drilling, the long-term survival of the Yellowstone grizzly bear could be in serious jeopardy.

This majestic country also provides some of the most inspiring and challenging recreational opportunities in the world, including backcountry hiking and camping, skiing, fishing and much more, all of which benefit the local economy.

Make your voice heard and together we can protect the iconic grizzly bears and our country's first national forest.

The Shoshone National Forest, still largely as wild and intact as it was 200 years ago, is one of the American West's greatest wild legacies -- let's keep it that way.

Thanks for all you do for our environment,

Bonnie Rice
Sierra Club Greater Yellowstone Campaign

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You can view the U.S. Forest Services Draft Management Plan for the Shoshone National Forest by clicking here.

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