Attack On Wolves and ESA Begins AGAIN….

Deja vu. Rep.Rehburg (R-Mt) recently introduced two wolf delisting bills. You thought those bills died with the 111th Congress? Think again. This is the 112th Congress and he’s after wolves again in Montana, Idaho and the rest of the country. There are two versions. One delists all gray wolves from the ESA and the other delists wolves in Montana and Idaho.

Better get your dialing fingers ready and your puter keyboards warmed up because wolf persecution is a full-time job with these people. They want to get their hands on wolves so they can manage/shoot/kill, them to please their elk hunting and ranching buddies.

They’re gearing up for their lost wolf hunting season and can’t waste another minute to strip gray wolves from the ESA.

Are we going to allow  this to  happen or are we going to raise our voices and let Congress know the majority of Americans support wolves? Are we going to allow special interests  to dictate policy based on political whim?

Get ready Wolf Warriors. It’s time to stand for gray wolves, one more time.

Please let these Representatives know how you feel about delisting wolves from the ESA.


Wolf persecution bill HR 509:

The one-page bill says that the Endangered Species Act shall not apply to gray wolves – across the board.


Jim Matheson (D-UT)

Cynthia Lummis (R-WY)

Mike Ross (D-AR)

Rob Bishop (R-UT)

Leonard Boswell (D-IA)

Dan Boren (D-OK)

Paul Broun (R-GA),

Dennis Cardoza (D-CA)

Jason Chaffetz (R-UT)

Dean Heller (R-NV)

John Kline (R-MN)

Raul Labrador (R-ID)

Mike Simpson (R-ID)

Greg Walden (R-OR)

Don Young (R-AK)


Wolf Persecution bill HR 510

To amend the Endangered Species Act of 1973 to prohibit treatment of gray wolves in Idaho and Montana as endangered species, and for other purposes.


Mike Simpson (R-Idaho)

Raúl Labrador (R-Idaho)


Both Bills have been referred to the House of Rep Natural Resources Sub-Committee.

From Wolf Warriors:

United States House of Representatives
1324 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515
…Phone: (202) 225-2761
Fax: (202) 225-5929

Please direct all press inquiries to the Communications Office at: (202) 226-9019

Subcommittee: Fisheries, Wildlife, Oceans and Insular Affairs

140 Cannon House Office Building
(202) 226-0200 | Fax: (202) 225-1542

Harry Burroughs, Staff Director
Bonnie Bruce, Legislative Staff
Dave Whaley, Legislative Staff

US Congressman John C. Fleming, MD (R-LA) Chairperson
Phone – 202-225-2777
FAX – 202-225-8039
Shreveport, LA
Phone: (318) 798-2254
Fax: (318) 798-2063
eMail –

Don Young – (R – Alaska)
Washington DC
Phone – (202) 225-5765
FAX – (202) 225-0425
Anchorage, AK
T (907) 271-5978
F (907) 271-5950
email – (scroll down)

Wittman, Rob – (R – VA)
Washington DC
Phone – (202) 225-4261
Fax – (202) 225-4382
Yorktown, VA
Phone: (757) 874-6687
Fax: (757) 874-7164
Email –

Duncan, Jeff (R- SC)
Washington DC
Phone: (202) 225-5301
Fax: (202) 225-3216
Aiken, SC
Phone: (803) 649-5571
Fax: (803) 648-9038
eMail –

Southerland, Steve (R-FL)
Phone: (202) 225-5235
Fax: (202) 225-5615
Panama City
840 W. 11th Street, Suite 2250
Panama City, FL 32401
Phone: (850) 785-0812
Fax: (850) 763-3764
eMail –

Bill Flores (R-Texas)
Phone: (202) 225-6105
Fax: (202) 225-0350
Phone: (254) 732-0748
Fax: (254) 732-1755

Harris, MD, Andy (R- Maryland)
Washington DC
Phone: (202) 225-5311
Fax: (202) 225-0254

Jeffrey Landry (R- LA)
Phone: (202) 225-4031
Fax: (202) 226-3944
Phone: (985) 879-2300
Fax: (985) 879-2306

Jon Runyan (NJ)
Washington DC
Phone: (202) 225-4765
Fax: (202) 225-0778
Mount Laurel
Phone: (856) 780-6436
Fax: (856) 780-6440


Donna Christensen (D-Virgin Islands)
Ranking Member for the Subcommittee on Fisheries, Wildlife, Oceans and Insular Areas
Washington, D.C.
Phone: 202-225-1790
Fax: 202-225-5517
St. Croix
Phone: 340-778-5900
Fax: 340-778-5111

Bordallo, Madeleine Z. (D – Guam) (and previous Chair)
Washington, D.C. office

Phone (202) 225 1188
Fax(202) 226 0341 fax
eMail –

Frank Pallone, Jr. (D- New Jersey)
Phone: (202) 225-4671
Fax: (202) 225-9665
Central New Jersey
Phone: (732) 249-8892
Phone: (732) 571-1140
(888) 423-1140

Dale Kildee (D-Michigan)
Washington, D.C.
Phone: (202) 225-3611
Fax: (202) 225-6393
Toll Free to Michigan Offices: 1-800-662-2685

Eni Faleomavaega (D -American Samoa)
Washington DC
Phone: (202) 225-8577
Fax: 202-225-8757
American Samoa
phone: (684) 633-1372
Fax: (684) 633-2680

Gregorio C. Sablan (D – Northern Mariana Islands At large)
Washington, D.C.
Phone: (202) 225-2646
Toll Free Phone: (877) 446-3465
Fax: (202) 226-4249

Betty Sutton (D-Ohio)
Washington, DC
Phone: (202) 225-3401
Fax: (202) 225-2266
Akron, OH
Phone: (330) 865-8450
Fax: (330) 865-8470

Pedro Pierluisi (D-Puerto Rico)
Washington, D.C.
Tel: (202) 225-2615
Fax: (202) 225-2154




Please contact members of the sub-committee and speak out about tampering with the ESA to remove gray wolves’ protections. This is political expediency pure and simple. Science should trump politics concerning decisions related to endangered wildlife. That’s why the ESA was created to protect wildlife like the wolf, who are subjected to scapegoating and persecution. Don’t allow politicians to dismantle one of the most important pieces of environmental legislation ever  written. Stand up and speak out for wolves!



Posted in: Endangered Species Act, gray wolf/canis lupus

Tags: Attack on the ESA, Congress, persecuting gray wolves

Published in: on January 28, 2011 at 1:07 am  Comments (16)  
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  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Travel Panama, Nabeki. Nabeki said: Attack On Wolves and ESA Begins AGAIN….: […]


  2. I am so saddened to hear this. I will keep signing,Calling and Writing and Praying. Thank you for Posting.


    • You’re welcome anna, the situation get more convouted by the day.



  3. Alright, getting ready to start writing up emails. …My brain’s half-asleep right now, can’t think of what to write.


  4. Wolf hunting ineffective and costly to the taxpayer.


    • Jon,Thank you posting that article.One big game farm that is what the states and hunters desire.Hunters don’t seem to like it when they might be restricted on how many tags for a deer,elk,or any other animal.Hunters keep saying they are concerned about wild life but they may be fooling some but not othes.They want to preserve the wilderness but only on their terms. The timing of the whole situation with the wolf, is bad.People are trying to keep a float or trying to make ends meet.They are to busy being concerned about their own lives then about what is going on with this situation.State government wants to please their base in order to keep their jobs.One has to keep on fighting for what is right,regardless.I know at one point or another everyone gets hit with assults if you don’t go with the flow and go against it.Win or lose, the tide needs to flow the other way,if not,try again. until it does.The those coyotes derbies never solve the problem in the eyes of the hunter,their numbers keep going. I can’t remember the Native Indian say exactly, but it rather goes on like this, that the coyote was here in the beginning and it will be here in the end.Hunters who shot and kill thinking they are saving another species from another, fools no one. Their self worth and ego are plainly seen by the rest of us.


      • Sorry,I meant to say”that the coyote derbies do not solve the problem of their population in the eyes of non hunters”.I should proof read better.


      • Hi Rita, that is nonsense. It really is. There are two types of people when it comes to caring about wildlife. It is those like us who want to see animals keep their lives and than you have those other people who caim they care about wildlife when infact all they want to do is kill it. It shows who the real wildlife lovers and conservationists are. How can anyone claim they care and respect wildlife when they are out there killing it for no good reason? Hunting for survival is one thing, but trapping animals for their fur and shooting predators for sport is a disgrace.


      • And on top of hunters, hunters are greedy and selfish people. They kill animals like coyotes, wolves, couhars, etc so that there are more animals like deer and elk to kill for themselves. Cougars, wolves, coyotes, etc actually rely on the animals they kill for survival. I really can’t say the same for hunters. Most of them anyways.


    • Thanks Jon…I read that article. I guess the guy knows what he’s talking bout, even though you may not like him..



  5. Jon,In their,demented way,hunters say it is their right and their way of life to shot and kill anything. They keep spreading their hate and misconceptons. .You have these extreme survivalists who tend to govern themselves.


  6. This is a great article Jerry Black posted at Ralph’s blog. It’s about trapping.


    • Trappers openly admit to being cruel and enjoying it. Psychopaths.


      • John…trapping is one of the cruelest of all tortures that animals suffer. It sickens me. I wonder if trappers come back as the trapped?



  7. […] ESA, H.R. 509, H.R. 510, US House by chief Targeted for removal from ESA From Howling For Justice Attack On Wolves and ESA Begins AGAIN. Published January 28, 2011 Deja vu. Rep.Rehburg (R-Mt) recently introduced two wolf delisting […]


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