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- 1636 days ago -
The public comment period on the proposal to remove the gray wolf from the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife but to maintain endangered status for the Mexican wolf by listing it as a subspecies is extended to October 28, 2013.

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Terry V (30)
Thursday September 26, 2013, 6:02 pm
thank you

Michael M (60)
Thursday September 26, 2013, 6:07 pm
Here is the place to comment to save the Gray Wolf in what places it is not yet being shot or killed with traps for "fun".

Please post the link whenever and wherever you can to add as many comment for the wolf as possible.

California, Oregon, Washington, the Dakotas, COlorado, Utah, Nevada, these states have few or no wolves, and the wolf has now been shown to enhance diversity protect plants and ecosystems from overbrowsing by ungulate species unchained, protect against erosion due to this, and make ecosystems more filled with diverse native plants and animals.

Please be firm in your comments, as wolves have been severely diminished in the Northern Rockies and Great Lakes states, whose state pleasure killing policies have caused the loss of much of the small populations inhabiting MT, ID, WY, MN, WI.
tell them you want wolves protected in THESE STATES ALSO, as the original restoration goals were too small to establish the wolf safely in these areas and states have targeted wolves so fiercely and in such a corrupt manner as to reverse the intent of the ESA and the wishes of the majority of US citizens.
Small populations can be sent toward extinction by inbreeding, diseases of which several domestic dog diseases pose a heavy threat, and by poaching and other uncontrollable ways in which wolves in these numbers are threatened again with extinction.

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Friday September 27, 2013, 1:26 am

Roxie H (350)
Friday September 27, 2013, 5:51 pm
ARE THEY KIDDING??? Look what the site says now! Comments
Comments Received*

Roxie H (350)
Friday September 27, 2013, 5:52 pm
Oh, sorry, there goes my "emotions" (walking time bomb until October is over) here is why it says that= * This count refers to the total comments received on this document, as of 11:59 PM yesterday, from and alternate means. All comments including the bulk submissions received for this document may not be posted at this time; therefore, the counts may differ between: total comments received and posted, as well as the counts shown on the Docket Folder Summary page.

Michael M (60)
Friday September 27, 2013, 9:33 pm
THe original notice and comment number was over 95,000 I think. This additional extension has gotten to 1,600s so far.
In the text they ask for substantive comments, so load 'em up with substance.
See what the Yellowstone biologists have to say about the wolves killled there, for one.

Collate the data wherever you can, as mentioning that Y'stone wolf population dropped several years after the quick growth following reintroduction, which may indicate that Montana, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Wisconsin, Michigan could also experience populatino recession, WITHOUT hunting/poaching management.

Use every bit of data you can think of to present a case for RELISTING in Northern Rockies and Great Lakes Population Segments.

Especially if enough people bring this up, USFWS HAS TO BY LAW, respond to the concern.
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