|HEART OF THE WOLF ORGANIZATION NEWS 4/13/2010
1) The female wolf, known as 341F, was reported
as missing in various reports as missing, two
years ago as of this week. She was of the Mill Creek
pack, and found dead in Colorado.
So far as of this year the USFWS still hasn't made
a statement on what happened to her. When prodded
by one of our contacts, they shut up completely.
This is after mentioning the Freedom of Information
Act. Apparently they want this covered up. And the
man behind this is none other than the notorious
wolf murderer Ed Bangs of the USFWS.
Will we get an answer to what happened to her and
why? Who knows. The law is skated on when it comes
to endangered species and ones delisted, which
shouldn't happen anyway. The wolf is proof of that.
For those who want to know answers, contact Ed Bangs
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
1849 C Street, NW
Washington, DC 20240
(Address to Dale Hall)
Dale Hall email
If he and the USFWS refuse to cooperate, use the FOIA
to get answers:
Here is an essay written by that friend on facebook that brought this
to our attention:
341F Sister Wolf
In the Spring of 2007 a litter of pups was born to the Mill Creek Wolf Pack of
Yellowstone. One of the female Gray Wolves would become known as 341F.
As a yearling, 341F had a fire in her belly, and could perceive howls from
mountains afar. Fearlessly, she dispersed from the security
of her pack and followed the sound of the distant howls. As a lone wolf she
faced many dangers which she did not contemplate, instead she met her
uncertainties with courage.
With unmatched ambition she began an odyssey of 1,000 miles. Through
Yellowstone National Park and she descended,
leaving behind the sanctuary the park provided. From Western Montana she
trekked into the Rocky Mountains of Wyoming, where she found that hunting
elk alone was a arduous task.
Hungry but not frightened she continued into Idaho, bravely crossing ranches
and highways until she came to the deserts of Utah where she stopped and
quietly listened. She could hear them now and more distinctly, the howls, they
were coming from the east. Forward she pressed as the howls grew louder.
Sure the prospect of a mate and a pack to call her own was alluring but
something more drove her.
Free from distrust and suspicion, free from fear, she walked towards the
territory of the howling pack, confident she would be accepted. In the high
country of Colorado she was finally home, no longer would she roam and hunt
alone. She could see their silhouettes on the ridge line as they howled and
sang in chorus receiving her home. But alas, her body housed a divine
soul that was not of this world. The apparitions of a thousand wolves greeted
her as she ran towards them, kindred spirits of light.
The life and journey of 341F is a source of great inspiration and hope.
May we all live with such boldness, and belief, trusting that oppression and
prejudices cannot stop us from following our dreams. May we live in harmony
with our planet and all its magnificent species. May wolves freely roam the
mountains of Colorado where their howls have been silent for over 70 years.
Thank You Sister Wolf for shining your light in the darkness.
-- alicia s.
2) Vote against shooting of wolves of livestock issues in Oregon.
The destruction of wolves in livestock issues is unethical and must
be stopped. Most people in this poll support it. Thing is it doesn't
have to happen.
So vote no and spread the word. We don't have much time.
3) Hunters of Wolves: The Serial Killers at Large
(Due to graphic content, parental discretion is advised)
"I have got to say this: it felt really, really, really good.
One of the best things I have done in my life." -- Daniel Gonzalez
This is a quote from a man named Daniel Gonzalez, who murdered
4 people and injured 2 in the UK. At a young age he was fascinated
with blood, death and destruction.
And eventually he would kill and injure innocent people that couldn't
defend themselves and get such joy it was even on almost a sexual
The hunters of wolves and even other animals for sport follow this
model. And before one says that that doesn't apply to animals since
they aren't human, well guess what, that's wrong. Because that's just
a way to justify it. A way of twisting things so it's a form of dominance
that is prevalent in crimes. Not unlike rape.
The serial killers of wolves shouldn't be hunting them anyway. Hunting
anyone, or anything, out of hatred, joy, sport, sexual dominance, and
dominance is unethical, and wolves are no exception. They hunt them because
they fear they will take away the elk they hunt. Hunters slaughter them
out of the serial killer's attributes of taking trophies of their kills,
such as their heads, fur and more. And they get such a thrill out of it.
And wolves don't have to be killed in livestock issues. That is such a
Especially since there methods to prevent livestock issues that are hardly
promoted by government agencies and non-profits.
The hunters are now playing the victim card in many different ways recently.
A Time magazine recently had to do with 'hunter harassment'.
People sure didn't mind the outrage with the crimes that Jeffrey Dahmer did.
But when it comes to a wolf, the killers are protected under the laws of this
country and through your tax dollars. This is because the hunts are legal
thanks to state agencies, fed agencies and our Ken Salazar, Dept. of the
Interior (who delisted wolves). And give a thanks to our president Obama
since he put Salazar in his position.
Hunter Harassment -- Uh huh
It also turns out that the hunting magazine Petersen's has their own
article about this issue too but as a quick point, their website supports
the Sierra Club and Earthjustice.
This is odd considering the Sierra Club and Earthjustice are two of the
groups which are in a lawsuit to relist wolves. Yet as we know the Sierra
Club supports hunters, which is why Paul Watson (once a former director),
resigned from the group many years ago.
Why Petersen's supports Sierra Club and then shouts down those who
supports wolves and against hunting wolves, is unknown.
Maybe one should ask the Sierra Club why they are working against the
environment and then being supporting a wolf-killing supporting magazine
publisher, rather than choosing noble allies and fighting a noble battle.
And even more disturbing is the fact that once again they got
another article in their recent Petersen's Hunting Magazine (May/June 2010)
called: Wolf Hunt Fuels Hate.
In this article they try to play the victim in their position. And they
try to have the hunter Robert Millage, who in their magazine has apparently
been revealed to be a life-long hunter.
He if given an opportunity would murder another one if given the chance.
It of course thrashes the reaction to Millage's murder of the first wolf
hunted in Idaho. And the 'statistics' regarding the numbers of wolves, elk
and it's effects.
Which their view is of course false. They just make up their own facts to
justify another round of orgiastic serial killing of wolves.
How you ask? Well the end of the article sums up our facts about that.
'Hunters, however, don't want to wait for another lengthy study
to determine what they are seeing on the ground: Wolves are increasing and
big-game populations are falling. That's enough for guys like Millage, so when
wolf tags go on sale next year, he'll be the first in line.' -- David Hart
Founder and Director of Heart of the Wolf Organization
Copyright 2010 Heart of the Wolf Organization