Ranchers grow frustrated by wolf regulations

Tom Collom, with Oregon Fish and Wildlife, said federal delisting would not automatically mean ranchers could kill wolves. He said the state would still manage wolf populations and, in areas where wolf packs are numerous, Oregon is currently allowing kills only in instances of chronic livestock killings. Collom said future wolf management policy could allowed […]

Southeast Washington ranchers warn of increasing wolf conflicts

OLYMPIA — Southeast Washington ranchers told state lawmakers Tuesday that they have problems with wolves, too. Cattleman Sam Ledgerwood, who ranches in Asotin and Garfield counties, said wolves attacked a cow and calf this summer, a first for his operation. He said that he’s heard from northeast ranchers to brace for depredations to get worse. […]

Are we crying wolf? A European tale of farmers vs. nature

Wolves have made a comeback in Europe thanks to years of strict protection. But not everyone is happy and politicians are struggling to find the right balance between protecting nature and helping farmers.<<<Read More>>>

Le président et le directeur du Parc de la Vanoise retenus

Le président du Parc national de la Vanoise Guy Chaumereuil (à gauche) face à une délégation conduite par Luc Etellin, président du Syndicat ovin de Savoie Source: Le président et le directeur du Parc de la Vanoise retenus