Yet Another “Benefit” of Forcibly-Imposed Wolves?

Please read the following disease notice (titled as an innocuous “Pet Health Topic”) presented under the auspices of Washington State College of Veterinary Medicine. Note the lines I have underlined and highlighted. If as is known, but frequently denied: – Tapeworm eggs of all sorts found in the feces of wolves (Apex contractors and spreaders […]

IDFG Information on Echinococcus Granulosus

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game has a page on their website pertaining to information about Echinococcus granulosus. WEI invites readers to view their information.

Hydatid Cysts Found Heavily Infesting the Lungs of a Recently Harvested Elk

The below photos are gruesome but importantly relevant to residents and hunters in the Northern Rocky Mountain region, as well as all regions of this country where wild canines exist. These photos were taken of the lungs from an elk that was recently killed during an elk hunt, archery I believe, somewhere just northeast of […]