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HANGMAN GAME #151
3 years ago
| HANGMAN GAME/ANSWERS

 

 


HAVE FUN!!!!!

 

 

PS~ For our new members- you can guess only 1[one] letter before I answer- once I do, you can guess another. Thanks, Have a great day!

 

 

 

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Letters available

 

A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,M,N,O,P,Q,R,S,T,U,V,W,X,Y,Z

3 years ago

Holy macaroni!! This one's huge! Could I please have an N ???

3 years ago

A , please !

3 years ago

Holy Macaroni is incorrect.

 

...but seriously... this one isn't hard, I know you know it..dont get intimidated by the length

 

N _ _ _ _ _ _ N    _ _ _ _ _    _ _ _ N _ _ _ N    _ _ _ _

 

Letters available

 

A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,M,O,P,Q,R,S,T,U,V,W,X,Y,Z

3 years ago

Hello Full Moon- I guess I just missed you

 

N, A

 

N _ _ _ _ _ _ N    _ _ _ _ _    _ _ _ NAN    _ _ _ _

 

Letters available

 

A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,M,O,P,Q,R,S,T,U,V,W,X,Y,Z

3 years ago

I think I'd like to try an R please

3 years ago

N, A, R

 

N _ R _ _ _ R N    R _ _ _ _    _ _ _ NAN    _ _ _ _

 

Letters available

 

B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,M,O,P,Q,S,T,U,V,W,X,Y,Z

3 years ago

Could I pleeeeze have a T ??

3 years ago

O??  Got the first word I think -

3 years ago

N, A, R, T, O

 

N O R T _ _ R N    R O _ _ _    _ ON TAN    _ O _ _

 

Letters available

 

B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,M,P,Q,S,U,V,W,X,Y,Z



This post was modified from its original form on 25 Feb, 6:04
3 years ago

H , please !

3 years ago

Northern Mountain Rocky Lion

3 years ago

It's not Lion so it can't be worm, lol

3 years ago

Maybe the O just went visiting the wrong house Jon!

3 years ago

May be it is Northern Rocky Mountain Worm

3 years ago

no... not Northern Rocky Moutain Lion- not Northern Rocky Mountain Worm

 

N, A, R, T, O, H

 

N O R T HR N    R O _ _ _    _ ON TAN    _ O _ _

 

Letters available

 

B,C,D,E,F,G,I,J,K,L,M,P,Q,S,U,V,W,X,Y,Z


3 years ago

guess another letter... you still might get it

3 years ago

I will give you the W from Worm...

 

 

N, A, R, T, O, H, W

 

N O R T HR N    R O _ _ _    _ ON TAN    W O _ _

 

Letters available

 

B,C,D,E,F,G,I,J,K,L,M,P,Q,S,U,V,X,Y,Z

 

3 years ago

 

WOLF !!!

3 years ago

Good job guys!  Teamwork - that's the answer - but not a worm

3 years ago

Slept in too late! I think Sa got it!

3 years ago

LOL Val, I must be thinking of fishing when I said worm. When you live in the flat lands it's hard to know what larks in the mountains. Guess that was my today's BLOOPER, right. Ha...

3 years ago

CONGRATULATIONS, Sa Full Moon!

Incidentally, the "live bait" they want to use to lure wolves is dogs... not worms- please sign!

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ACTION ALERT: No "Live Bait" Hunting of Wolves in Idaho! PLEASE SIGN !
ACTION ALERT: No "Live Bait" Hunting of Wolves in Idaho! PLEASE SIGN !

Animals  (tags: idaho wolves, massacred, poisoned, tortured, wildlife, traps, legalisation, protection )

Simone
- 1 day ago - thepetitionsite.com
In Idaho,The Senate Resources Committee has voted to pass a new bill, SB 1305. The bill's sponsor, sheep rancher Jeff Siddoway, R-Terreton, wants traps with live bait.
16 comments  |  demote?: duplicate bad link spam not worthy
3 years ago

Worm Man already signed this. Thank you Nyack, lol

3 years ago

800px-Wolf_610.jpg

 

Northern Rocky Mountain Wolf

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northern_Rocky_Mountains_Wolf

 

The Northern Rocky Mountains Wolf (Canis lupus irremotus), also known as the Northern Rocky Mountain Wolf, is a subspecies of the gray wolf, Canis lupus, that is primarily found in the northern portion of the Rocky Mountains and the states and provinces surrounding the region.The subspecies was initially listed as Endangered on March 9, 1978, but had the classification removed in the year 2000 due to the effects of the Northern Rocky Mountain Wolf Recovery Plan.On August 6, 2010, the Northern Rocky Mountains Wolf was ordered to be returned under Endangered Species Act protections by U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy in a decision overturning a previous ruling by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

 

 

3 years ago

DESCRIPTION

This subspecies generally weighs 70–135 pounds (32–61 kg), making it one of the largest subspecies of the gray wolf in existence. It is a lighter colored animal than its southern brethren, the Southern Rocky Mountains Wolf, with a coat that includes far more white and less black. In general, the subspecies favors lighter colors, with black mixing in among them.

 

 

HISTORY

Early recorded history of the Northern Rocky Mountain Wolf found it roaming primarily in the forests that would later become known as Yellowstone National Park. They resided nearby Native Americans of the Tukudika tribe, who considered the wolf to be a sacred animal.

As the American population began spreading west in the late 19th century, ranchers, farmers, and cattle drivers began to settle in the area. In due time, the Northern Rocky Mountains Wolf began preying on the livestock brought by the settlers. A practice of eradication was enacted in 1915, through the use of guns, traps, and poison. This policy was made even more all encompassing by the creation of the National Park Service in 1916, which regulated control over the land in Yellowstone and authorized through the National Park Service Organic Act the "destruction of such animals and such plant life that may be detrimental".By 1924, the last known wolves in the bounds of Yellowstone were killed, though small numbers of the Northern Rocky Mountains Wolf survived in outlying areas.

3 years ago

Well, I just helpéd with the last word !


Signed 

3 years ago

NORTHERN ROCKY MUNTAIN WOLF RECOVERY PLAN

 

The Northern Rocky Mountain Wolf Recovery Plan was first approved in 1980, though it was then revised later on in 1987. The plan required a certain population of Northern Rocky Mountains wolves to reside in the area inside and around Yellowstone, which included at least ten breeding pairs, and for the population to remain stable for at least three consecutive years. However, the Northern Rocky Mountains Wolf was not, at the time of the initial drafting, recognized as a legitimate subspecies, so the wolves involved in the plan were instead the Great Plains Wolf and the Mackenzie Valley Wolf. The overall reason for this was because the stated two subspecies of wolf roamed in the same general area as the Northern Rocky Mountains Wolf and because the plan covered the reintroduction of wolves into the area in general. For this reason, the more plentiful subspecies' were chosen to be trans-located, so as to not upset the balance in the areas they would be taken from.

In response to concerns about wolves being allowed to run free in the area, killing livestock without any allowed repercussions, the final draft of the plan, completed on November 22, 1994, outlined that ranchers were allowed to kill wolves if they were "caught in the act of killing livestock on private property."

In three lawsuits combined as Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation v. Babbitt, opponents of re-introduction argued that the re-introduced wolves threatened wolves that might already inhabit the area, while supporters argued against the experimental desigination and for fully protected status. District Court Judge William F. Downes ruled that the re-introduction violated section 10(j) of the Endangered Species Act, however, this ruling was overturned by the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.

3 years ago

POLICY CHANGES IN THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT

In 2007, a memorandum was drafted by the solicitor for the United States Department of the Interior, which looked at the wording of the Endangered Species Act. Specifically, the paper considered the meaning of the phrase "significant portion of its range". The memorandum detailed that the previous range of a species under the ESA was unimportant and that the current range of such a species was what was important, not what it "historically occupied". A number of environmental groups were outraged over the memorandum, as the density of species under their current range would end up with many taken off the Endangered Species List, even if the population was far lower than what would be considered stable.

Jeremy Bruskotter, who is an environmental scientist, authored two papers in early 2009 stating that, if the memorandum is taken seriously, it could result in "an increased risk of extinction for some species." On the other hand, Robin Waples, a scientist at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Northwest Fisheries Science Center, stated that "the memorandum by itself does not reduce protections".

Since the memorandum was drafted, five rulings that relied heavily upon it were passed regarding endangered species, one of which was about the population of the Northern Rocky Mountains Wolf. The ruling decided that protection for the species was to be "sharply limited". However, in 2009, wildlife groups challenged the ruling.

On January 21, 2009, President Barack Obama made a presidential ruling for all federal agencies to "halt all pending regulations until his administration can review them." This, in turn, has halted the delisting of many species under the ESA, though the Northern Rocky Mountains wolf had already been removed prior to this regulation.

U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy ruled in an appealed decision on August 6, 2010, that the Northern Rocky Mountains Wolf must either be "listed as an endangered species or removed from the list, but the protections for the same population can't be different for each state." This ruling came about from the challenged decision in 2009 by wildlife groups and would end many of the special regulations that individual states had held over the species. The Fish and Wildlife Service made a statement that endangered protections would remain for the entire species until Wyoming is able to bring the population of wolves within its borders into required standards. The populations for Idaho and Montana have already exceeded the requirements and, thus, previously had had no protections for the wolves in the states.

3 years ago

Canis Lupus {GREY WOLF} sub-species:

3 years ago

*--1.) Canis lupus alces - Kenai Peninsula Wolf (EXTINCT)
2.) Canis lupus arctos -Artic Wolf
3.) Canis lupus baileyi - Mexican Wolf (EXTINCT IN WILD)
*--4.) Canis lupus beothucus - Newfoundland Wolf (EXTINCT)
*--5.) Canis lupus bernardi - Banks Island Tundra Wolf (EXTINCT)
6.) Canis lupus columbianus - British Columbian Wolf
7.) Canis lupus crassodon - Vancouver Island Wolf
*--8.) Canis lupus fuscus - Cascade Mountains Wolf (EXTINCT)
9.) Canis lupus griseoalbus - Manitoba Wolf (EXTINCT IN WILD)
10.) Canis lupus hudsonicus - Hudson Bay Wolf
*--11.) Canis lupus irremotus - Northern Rocky Mountain Wolf (EXTINCT) but other wolves were re-introduced later to the Northern Rocky Mountain area
12.) Canis lupus labradorius - Labrador Wolf
13.) Canis lupus ligoni - Alexander Archipelago Wolf
14.) Canis lupus lycaon - Eastern timber wolf , Great Lakes Wolf
15.) Canis lupus mackenzii - Mackenzie Tundra Wolf
16.) Canis lupus manningi - Baffin Island Tundra Wolf
*--17.) Canis lupus mogollonensis - Mogollon Mountain Wolf (EXTINCT)
*--18.) Canis lupus monstrabilis - Texas Gray Wolf (EXTINCT)
19.) Canis lupus nubilus - Great Plains Wolf, Buffalo Wolf
20.) Canis lupus occidentalis - Mackenzie Valley Wolf
21.) Canis lupus orion - Greenland Wolf
22.) Canis lupus pambasileus - Interior Alaskan Wolf
23.) Canis lupus tundrarum - Alaska Tundra Wolf
*--24.) Canis lupus youngi - Southern Rocky Mountain Wolf (EXTINCT)

Eurasian GREY WOLF (Canis lupus) Subspecies
25.) Canis lupus albus - Tundra Wolf
26.) Canis lupus arabs - Arabian wolf
27.) Canis lupus campestris - Steppe Wolf
28.) Canis lupus chanco - Tibetan Wolf
29.) Canis lupus filchneri - Mongolian Wolf
*--30.) Canis lupus hattai - Hokkaido Japanese wolf (EXTINCT)
*--31.) Canis lupus hodophilax - Hondo Japanese wolf (EXTINCT)
32.) Canis lupus italicus - Italian Wolf
33.) Canis lupus lupus- Common Grey Wolf
34.) Canis lupus pallipes - Indian Wolf
35.) Canis lupus signatus - Iberian Wolf

Other GREY WOLF (Canis lupus) Subspecies:
36.) Canis lupus familiaris - Domestic Dog
37.) Canis lupus dingo - Dingo
38.) Canis lupus rufus - Red Wolf
*-- Canis lupus floridanus - Red Wolf subspecies EXTINCT
*-- Canis lupus gregoryi - Red Wolf subspecies EXTINCT

Currently, there are 38 accepted subspecies of Canis lupus. Two of subspecies, Canis lupus dingo, and Canis lupus familiaris, are the domestic dog; and Canis lupus rufus, now the accepted taxa for the red wolf. Two former red wolf subspecies, C.l.floridanus, and C.l.gregoryi, are now also included as subspecies of the grey wolf.

Until recently, the red wolf has been considered a separate species (Canis rufus) from its cousin the gray wolf (Canis lupus). Current classification of the red wolf has been under debate. Three subspecies of the red wolf have been recognized: the Florida red wolf (Canis rufus floridanus), the Mississippi Valley red wolf (C.r. gregoryi ), and the Texas red wolf (C.r. rufus ) (Mech 1970). The Florida and Mississippi subspecies of red wolf are similar to the eastern gray wolf (Canis lupus lycaon ) in size and general proportions. The Texas red wolf is physically very similar to Canis latrans, the coyote. Many debate over Texas wolf genetics and some individuals are difficult to tell apart from a coyote.

The genetic identity of the red wolf, protected under the Endangered Species Act, has recently come under scientific and political scrutiny. New evidence is suggesting that the red wolf may be a hybrid of the coyote and the gray wolf.

 



This post was modified from its original form on 25 Feb, 13:54
3 years ago

There are more recent Wolf Petitions here on this thread-

 

from the last 6 months-

 

http://www.care2.com/c2c/groups/disc.html?gpp=29566&pst=1263208

3 years ago

Thanks for the info Nyack and the additional petitions.

2 years ago

Noted and tried to get into the www.care2.com to post but couldn't. I know I have signed several petitions on Wolves of all kinds just recently . A lot of very interesting information I'm thinking I may not have been in the group at that time. :-0

2 years ago

Noted all the wonderful information , and have singed several Wolf petitions recently Thanx Nyack