Speak for Wolves: Yellowstone 2014

“Here’s the promotional video for the national event Speak for Wolves: Yellowstone 2014, which is set to take place on June 28-29 at Arch Park in Gardiner, MT.

Hope you can make it!!”

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Video: Courtesy Speak For Wolves

Posted in: gray wolf, biodiversity, activism

Tags: Speak For Wolves, Yellowstone 2014, Brett Haverstick, Arch Park, Gardiner Montana

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Published in: on March 28, 2014 at 1:25 am  Comments (21)  

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  1. Reblogged this on Napswithwolves's Blog.

  2. I would LOVE to be able to be there, but my health at this point won’t allow it. I will be there in heart and spirit on behalf of the greatest love of my life and the best friend I ever knew…in memory of Thor, a timber wolf.

  3. I will be there!

  4. I encourage all who can make it to come. This event will help to bring more widespread attention to the plight of wolves and wildlife in general. It is all about reforming wildlife “management,” which serves the livestock, farming, and hunting industries rather than wildlife and those who enjoy wildlife. There will be guest speakers, films, educational booths, music, etc. Please attend and Speak For Wolves!

  5. Reblogged this on Exposing the Big Game.

  6. Probably can’t make it. It’s in another state. :(

  7. SPEAK FOR WOLVES!!! Be there!

    • I’m planning on it !

      • Great Rebecca!

        For the wolves, For the wild ones,
        Nabeki

  8. Thank you very much for sharing the event promotional video. Greatly appreciate your support! Learn more at http://www.speakforwolves.org.

    • You’re doing a great job Brett, I know there will a big turnout! I have the link to the Speak For Wolves website on my Twitter feed (:

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

  9. Reblogged this on Sherlockian's Blog.

  10. Reblogged this on geri emmelman.

  11. Ok, letting off some steam…

    It is almost hard to believe that next year will mark the 20th anniversary of the wolf reintroduction project… and it has failed. Not because the wolves reintroduced were unable to adapt to their new enviornment or that they were a detriment to the wildlife/people living in the areas they now roam, indeed what we have learned is that the grey wolf is a crucial part of the ecosystem. It is because of the stagnant attitudes that fester there and the people behind the scoped sights seem to be proud of their ignorance, for they don’t seem to appreciate any of the knowledge acquired from nearly two decades worth of research. They have demonstrated this by targeting and destroying animals that have long since been studied and admired… alongside a long list of actions many of which I wish were exaggerations, including authorities turning a blind eye to and even promoting poaching of wildife. A woman is punched by an anti-wolf advocate and there is very little coverage… a hunter catches flak for being an egotistical show off? Help help, terrorism!

    “Journey”, OR7, will probably die in the next few years, mark my words; he will strung up, skinned and stuffed for someone’s petty bragging rights or have his skin and body parts sold off for someone else’s vainity and idle concepts of what it means to be ‘close to nature’… or he will be poached, dying in obscurity or ‘mistaken’ for a coyote by some malicious incompetent. And his death will be celebrated by the anti-wolf crowd and not a single worthwile utterence of disgust will be heard from the opponents or, even if there is a cry of anger, it certainly will fall on deaf ears.

    Jesus christ tapdancing on a pogo stick.
    Where has this backslide in morality come from lately? Why is it that such blatant disregard is so f***ing prevalent across the broad spectrum of human affairs. We are horrible to each other, we are despicable to the environment and our values have sunk deeper than the bottom of the Mariana Trench.

  12. Reblogged this on "OUR WORLD".

  13. A woman is punched by an anti-wolf advocate and there is very little coverage…

    What???? That makes a good argument for carrying a sidearm.

    • To correct myself, Ron Gillett assaulted Lynne Stone (Boulder-White Clouds Coalition) in 2008 by grabbing and shaking her after she took photos of him harassing her; I need to check my finer details better.

      • These people need to watch their step before they get themselves into a position that their enemy can exploit. ;)

    • LOL, this comment sounds awful. I should add that I am not planning on packing heat to the event! :)

  14. Right On!

  15. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is looking into whether a new law creating the Idaho Wolf Depredation Control Board violates the federal acts by transferring hunting and fishing license dollars to a fund used for the killing of wolves.

    The bill, signed into law last week by Gov. Butch Otter, requires the Idaho Department of Fish and Game to transfer $110,000 annually to the fund, which will be overseen by a board appointed by the governor.

    Read more here: http://www.idahostatesman.com/2014/04/02/3112942/wolf-boards-taking-of-fees-from.html##storylink=cpy
    Make sure to submit comments to the president on how you feel about federal taxpayer/Boater funds used for killing wolves


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