Wolves Kill 22 Sheep Nearly Force Man Over Cliff

Here it is ….. The press and the TV have published this new attack over the rock face. 7 BLACK wolves … but the shepherd didn’t dare describe the colour for fear of being accused of having visions. 11 dogs fought with the wolves. The shepherd had to hang onto a larch tree to prevent […]

Tod durch Wölfe und irreführendes Engagement. Die Kenton Carnegie Tragödie

V. Geist Dieser Artikel wurde veröffentlicht in redigierter Form ohne den Hinweisteil, aber mit zwei Randbemerkungen, wovon eine unter dieser Datei beigefügt ist, veröffentlicht als Geist, V. 2008. Death by Wolves and the power of Myths: the Kenton Carnegie Tragedy. Fair Chase Vol. 23, No. 4 pp. 29-33. Winter issue. Diese elektronische Version ist zu […]

Prof. Geist: Der Ursprung vom Mythos über den harmlosen Wolf

Original-Artikel unter: http://polymontana.com/geist-origin-of-the-myth-of-harmless-wolves/ November 29, 2010 by Dr. Ed · Leave a Comment by Valerius Geist, PhD Prof. Geist: Der Ursprung vom Mythos über den harmlosen Wolf Die Ausführungen von tausenden verarmten Trappern und Wolffangprämien in Nord-Alberta im frühen 20. Jahrhundert auf die Raubtiere und ihre Beziehungen vom Mythos über den harmlosen Wolf Liebe Kollegen, […]

A Woodchopper Disables Himself and is Killed and Eaten by Wolves

Cheboygan, Mich., April 13.-While John and James Gillespie were chopping in the woods near Mullet Lake, a few miles from here, Saturday, James’ ax slipped and sank into his ankle. His brother John attempted to stanch the flow of blood and carry him two miles to the nearest house, but the load and deep snow […]

Wolf Attacks on Humans

1. Death by Wolves and Misleading Advocacy. The Kenton Carnegie Tragedy – Essay No.2 Fair Chase by Dr. Valerius Geist – the link provided is to a PDF document 2. Misleading Advocacy, The Kenton Carnegie Tragedy and a Realistic Carnivore Conservation Policy – Essay No. 3 Fair Chase by Dr. Valerius Geist – the link […]

The effects of thousands of impoverished trappers and wolf bounties in northern Alberta early in the 20the century on predators, and its relation to the myth of the harmless wolf.

Valerius Geist November 26th 2010 The effects of thousands of impoverished trappers and wolf bounties in northern Alberta early in the 20the century on predators, and its relation to the myth of the harmless wolf. Dear Colleagues, I have been digging into historical literature in my quest to understand why in North America the myth […]