by Leslie White http://lesliepaints.wordpress.com/
hot paws clawing
succulent mud digits seeps
moon flower lake lights
Bearspawprint’s music theme selection, Wolves, can’t quite speak for themselves. They’re being hunted by “us” for no sane reason. “6,000 permits to kill 625 wolves”? What is that about? Wolves need our help to survive. In addition to the music there are links to groups on Facebook for more community alliance information and actions. I’ve included two extra films for more information and education.
If you’re on the fence or indifferent, consider this: which predator is wiping out the other species on the planet?
Off the fence yet?
Howling for Justice http://howlingforjustice.wordpress.com/
Wolves Touch ~ The Mountains Will Remember
Wolves are VERY intelligent, probably in the top 10 of the World’s most intelligent creatures.
However, they are also in the top 10 most MISUNDERSTOOD animals. Save the wolves before it is too late!
Wolf – Native American – Sacred Spirit – Yeha Noha
– En Compagnie Des Loups
– Sacred Spirit
Wolf Song Celtic version I Am the Vocie by Celtic Woman
“You Can’t Take Me” Wolf’s Rain
Anime Wolves “Bring Me To LIfe”
Song:Bring me to Life
Copyright of Evanescence
This video was made for entertainment uses only!!!!!
White Fang by Disney
Our mission is to convey the true nature of the wolf and correct the misconceptions spawned by fairy tales, legends, fear-mongering, semantics, and willful misinformation maligning the wolf by private and political agendas.
* They let an out-of-state coal mining company work behind closed doors to help write the iron ore mining bill.* And you can put the 2012 wolf hunt law on the list of Wisconsin legislative legerdemain, according to comments in minutes of a public, all-day, April 21, 2012 Wisconsin Wolf Stakeholders Committee meeting in Wausau.
Twenty representatives from the DNR, and a wide variety of environmental, Native American, conservation, animal, hunting, and other organizations attended the meeting, along with DNR facilitators and additional staffers.
Oregon’s OR-7 has garnered national headlines and even his own Twitter handle after making his way from Oregon into the Golden State and now back.But new map shows how radio-collared Washington wolves have been tracked sojourning great distances, as well.
Read more: http://earthfix.opb.org/flora-and-fauna/article/washingtons-own-wandering-wolf/