Press. WMS has had a store there for many years and we are
in the process of taking it down (have to save all creations
made). If you have a store or know anyone who does please
tell them to BOYCOTT them. Let's take all their business
away from them. Please send emails of complaint to Cafe
Tell President Obama and Agriculture
Secretary Tom Vilsack to stop the shoot-on-sight
wolf plan for wolves on our National Forests
July 9, 2011
URGENT DONATIONS NEEDED TO THE VET HOSPITAL SO
MISHOMI CAN COME HOME
Mishomi was rushed to the hospital in the middle of the night with
bloat. Pepperoni was found in his stomach and is what caused this.
Visitors are instructed to not feed the wolves unless it is an
approved treat, someone did not follow instructions and Mishomi
suffered for this. PLEASE PRAY FOR HIM. The vet did get him in time
and secured his stomach but he is not out of the woods yet.
Mishomi is doing better! Surgery went well. Vet untwisted his
stomach and attached it to the abdominal wall. The pepperoni was so
salty, greasy, and spicy that Grandfather's stomach literally
twisted itself into knots!
When somebody does something like this not only do they put the
animals life in danger, But now Wolf Mountain has to pay a huge Vet.
bill, And now spend the rest of the month trying to figure out how
to pay for animal food & other expenses...
Mishomi should be ready to go home tomorrow. Ton took him out on the
grass and he laid himself down in the sun and did not want to move,
he needed a tan. lol
The hospital is telling Ton that she cannot take him home without
the whole bill paid. I don't think they can hold an animal as
collateral can they?
Wolf Mountain Sanctuary Needless to say, we URGENTLY need
Please do not send donations to us:
Call VCA Lakeside Animal Hospital at
909-866-2021 and give them a credit card donation, Acct Number
8004-Mishomi. Please send us an email of your receipt of what you
donated so that we can give you a receipt and we need it for our
records as well.
We REALLY need you now, no amount is too small...... We owe $4000,
Ton used the meat money and all the cash from the fundraiser.
Please send what you can, it will be greatly appreciated....
We NEED everyone to take action on this, we need 100's of
thousands of letters for them to listen.... Please share with everyone!
This Rally form is to get our wolves back on the Endangered
Species List forever. The aerial shooting, poisonings and abuse of wolves needs
to stop. We need stiffer laws to protect them and all wildlife from being
brought to their extinction.
THIS NEEDS MANY MORE
SIGNATURES, PLEASE SIGN AND SHARE....
Our efforts along
with the efforts of many other individuals and organizations have caused us to
have to fight the same battle repeatedly.
The only resolution to this problem appears to be a permanent legislative
The Desired Outcome of this Petition:
Endangered Species Act which applies equally to all states, territories and
holdings of the United States of America, and stronger evidence requirements for
the delisting of endangered species.
We petition that…
Correction to the Endangered Species Act is badly needed.
Please add your voice to tell congress that these changes must be made.
Currently the ESA only applies to the lower 48 states.
In order to protect endangered species and to prevent other species from
becoming endangered corrections must be made.
These corrections are that the ESA must apply not only to the lower 48
states, but to all states, territories and holding of the United States,
Failing to provide these protections violates the equal protection clause of
the 14th amendment of the U.S. constitution.
Without the needed corrections the efforts to protect endangered species
We seek to have an amended Endangered Species Act which applies equally to
all states, territories and holdings of the United States of America, and
stronger evidence requirements for the delisting of endangered species.
Take action to stop the
budget deal between Republicans and Democrats that would
remove wolves from the endangered species list in
Montana and Idaho -- and possibly Washington, Oregon and
Utah as well.
Not only would the proposed wolf delisting rider leave
the 1,270 wolves in Montana and Idaho -- and possibly
the 37 wolves in Washington and Oregon -- permanently
unprotected, but enacting this measure through
legislation would set a horrific precedent to further
undermine the Endangered Species Act by excluding other
species on political whim and preventing environmental
groups from being able to enforce the law.
The Center for Biological Diversity tried to head off
the budget-bill rider by signing a difficult legal
settlement with the Department of Interior. But with the
rejection of that settlement by a federal judge, we now
have only the slimmest hope of stopping this anti-wolf,
anti-endangered-species, anti-democracy bill from going
through. Please help us by taking action right now.
If the rider isn't stripped from the budget bill, the
Idaho state government is committed to killing as many
wolves as possible through methods that could include
aerial gunning of radio-collared wolves, trapping and
poisoning. In Oregon, where the eastern part of the
state may be part of congressionally mandated wolf
delisting, livestock interests are demanding "zero
tolerance" and carte blanche to kill the state's two
Please send a message to the White House by filling
out the form below, and call President Obama at (202)
456-1111 to tell him to veto any budget that sacrifices
Please make sure you contact the 81 Senators
who sacrificed the Northern Rockies gray wolves, especially the Democrats who
betrayed their party and wolves for Jon Tester’s Senate seat. Only three
Democrats voted no.
Let them know not only did they throw wolves under
the bus but they gutted the Endangered Species Act and opened the door for any
species to be delisted that gets in the way of someone’s political agenda.
Further tell them you won’t be voting Democrat ever again. They have done
irreparable damage to their party and the Endangered Species Act. We’ll
keep them updated on the coming wolf hunts and slaughter. Too bad they didn’t do
their homework and only listened to one side of the story before they made
their fateful decision.
The U.S. Senate and House of
Representatives have included a rider in the must-pass budget bill that would
permanently end all federal protections for wolves throughout Montana, Idaho and
parts of Utah, Oregon and Washington.
Not only would this move leave approximately 1,400 wolves in Montana and Idaho
vulnerable to slaughter by public hunting and trapping, but it would also expose
them to greatly increased aerial gunning by federal trappers. The three wolf
packs roaming Oregon and Washington will be similarly persecuted.
If it passes, this new law would also prevent re-listing northern Rockies wolves
as "endangered" -- even if their numbers plummet toward zero.
Please contact your U.S. senators today to tell them to sponsor or vote for an
amendment to the Continuing Resolution budget bill stripping it of Section 1713,
the wolf extermination provision.
Federal officials at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service have proposed killing half the wolves on Alaska’s Unimak Island –
despite the lack of scientific evidence to justify such a terribly final
sanction against wolves.
Help save the Unimak wolves. Urge the Alaska Regional Director of
the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to prepare a full Environmental Impact
Statement before making a decision to kill any of these amazing creatures.
As a citizen who is strongly supports effective government, I strongly urge
you to keep the joint appropriations spending plan free of political
agendas, "riders" (like HR-1's Title 7 - Sec. 1713) and other amendments
which have nothing to... do with our nation's budget and/or funding of
federal programs. While I agree that we should cut waste and unnecessary
spending from the federal budget, please safeguard the programs that
maintain environmental protections, preserve the public health and uphold
our ability to protect wild spaces, vulnerable ecosystems, and endangered
Harry Reid Phone: 202-224-3542 Fax: 202-224-7327 Toll Free for Nevadans: 1-866-SEN-REID (736-7343)
James Inhofe, OK David Vitter, LA John Barrasso, WY Jeff Sessions, AL Mike Crapo, ID Lamar Alexander, TN Mike Johanns, NB John Boozman, ARK
Let the Senators know you support wolves and want them protected.
Tell Senators not to adopt section 1713 from HR 1 or any wolf delisting
riders into the final budget bill. It would delist wolves in the Northern
Rockies, without judicial review and requires that states only maintain a
population of just 300 wolves in the entire region. This means over 80% of
wolves in the Northern Rockies could be slaughtered.
The states of Idaho and Montana should not be allowed to “manage” wolves.
Their prejudice against wolves is overriding good judgment and sound
Section 1713 of the House Budget Bill undermines the ESA and tampers with
one of the most important pieces of environmental legislation ever written.
Do they want this to happen on their watch?
Montana and Idaho politics are dominated by ranching and hunting interests,
effectively drowning out the voices of Wildlife Watchers.
The budget bill is no place to legislate the fate of wolves or any
Urge President Obama to End the War on Wolves
wolves have been killed in the northern Rockies since the Obama administration
approved the Bush administration’s wrongheaded plan to prematurely eliminate
federal protections for these magnificent animals -- more than 230 have been
killed during wolf hunts that began in September and continue in Idaho even now.
already extended its hunting season, putting even more wolf families in the
crosshairs even pregnant wolf mothers due to give birth this spring.
President Obama can and should fix his administration’s horrible mistake. Fill
out the form below to urge the president to immediately restore life-saving
federal protections for our wolves and help us send 40,000 messages before
Friday, March 5th
URGENT ACTION NEEDED
PLEASE go to
sign this and help the wolves.... thanks....
Stop Anti-wolf legislation in Utah - Give Wolves a Future in Utah!
Extremists in Utah have it
in for wolves. Back in session for less than a week, Republican state
Sen. Allen Christensen already introduced, ushered through committee and passed
a bill in the state senate that would allow officials to remove or
destroy any wolf that crosses into areas of Utah unprotected by the
Endangered Species Act.
Urge Cabela’s and Sportman’s
Warehouse to Withdraw their Support for Wolf-Killing Derbies
Cabela’s and Sportsman’s
Warehouse -- two major outdoor retailers -- sponsored three recent “predator
derbies, competitions where contestants were awarded three points for each wolf
The entry fees for these brutal competitions are being funneled to support
anti-wolf lawyers and lobbyists working to keep wolves in Greater Yellowstone
off the endangered species list… and squarely in the crosshairs of those who
would do them harm.
Fill out the form below to add
your name to our petition urging Cabela’s and Sportsman’s Warehouse to withdraw
their support for “predator derbies” that target wolves.
Tragically, the extensive wolf extermination campaigns
of the late 1800s eliminated these animals from the Pacific Northwest landscape
-- tearing a gaping hole in the natural balance and cultural tapestry that makes
Washington so special. Now wolves are beginning to return to Washington, and
state officials are considering how to best manage them.
Please click on the link below to sign our
petition to Washington Governor Chris Gregoire and let her know that America
wants wolves in Washington!