Abundant Wildlife Society of North America
CONSERVATION: A LOOK AT TWO ROADS
In years past, Conservation, the wise use of natural renewable resources, was supported and understood by a majority of people.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
Yellowstone National Park is a classic example of the benefits of Conservation and the detriments of Environmentalism.
WHAT EVERYONE WHO ENJOYS WILDLIFE SHOULD
Wildlife are in trouble today. Big game, game birds and even song birds are becoming more and more scarce. WHY?
WOLF PREDATION ON SHEEP IN ALASKA
These pictures were taken by an Alaska Fish and Game Department biologist following a kill of 20 healthy dall rams by 5 wolves in November 1988.
FACT SHEET - WOLF
REINTRODUCTION IN THE UNITED STATES
After their success at forcing wolf recovery in Yellowstone National Park, special interest groups are proposing the reintroduction of wolves in various regions of the United States (U.S.).
THE WOLF: MYTH, LEGEND
What do we really know about the wolf? Have myths like "Little Red Riding Hood" and other tales of the "Big, Bad, Wolf", distorted our perspective? This article examines history to clear up such misconceptions.
WOLF ATTACKS ON HUMANS
It has been widely discussed whether a healthy wild wolf has ever attacked a human on this continent. In fact, many say such attacks have never occurred in North America.
ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT: FLAWED LAW
We believe care and concern for the environment and our wildlife is important.
MOUNTAIN LION FACT SHEET
Mountain lions, also known as cougars, panthers or pumas, are highly efficient predators. Their numbers are on the rise in many parts of the United States. This Fact Sheet gives insight into the impacts of mountain lions.
WOLVES AND HUNTING
It is claimed wolf predation does not impact man's opportunity to hunt. Nothing could be further from the truth. Wolf predation can severely impact man's hunting opportunities. read on...
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