Ranchers Angered Over Wolf Species Return

To the outrage of ranchers but the gratification of environmentalists, the Mexican gray wolf has bounced back to its highest population numbers in nearly 50 years. According to The Wall Street Journal, the wolf was driven from its habitat located in northern Mexico and the southwestern United States around the 1970’s mainly due to hunting…

Increased Livestock Deaths Blamed on Mexican Wolves

It has been challenging for ranchers in the Southwestern United States. According to the Associated Press, the amount of livestock killed by Mexican gray wolves shot up over the past year resulting from their endangered species status and it has resulted in a sketchy relationship between environmentalists, ranchers and U.S. wildlife employees. From the AP:…

Mass extinction lie exposed: life is thriving

May 13, 2019 | GLOBAL WARMING, EXTINCTION, CLIMATE CHANGE Gregory Wrightstone 5/13/19 One million species will become extinct in the not-too-distant future and we are to blame. That is the conclusion of a new study by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES). The 1,800 page study was issued on May 6th…

How Capitalism Will Save Endangered Species

by Dan Hannan | May 10, 2019 12:00 AM – The Washington Examiner Not long ago, a new variety of orchid was discovered at the Newmarket racecourse in Suffolk, England. The track‚Äôs managers were horrified at first. When an endangered plant is found on your land in England, eco-regulators seize control; and this flower was,…