Darlene Holtsclaw
Darlene Holtsclaw

Wolf spelled backwards is FLOW, from the Wolf came the Dog, we all know and love this creature, the wolf is even closer to the great spirit in rank and knowledge, this dog creature so close to us also has a message DOG spelled backwards is GOD.
the moral of this thought is all things flow from God thru them to us, and we need to stand and remember our real purpose in life. SAVE the world, save the trees, the waters, the animals, the oceans and all the life we rule over. BE a good Sheppard. I...

Wolf spelled backwards is FLOW, from the Wolf came the Dog, we all know and love this creature, the wolf is even closer to the great spirit in rank and knowledge, this dog creature so close to us also has a message DOG spelled backwards is GOD.
the moral of this thought is all things flow from God thru them to us, and we need to stand and remember our real purpose in life. SAVE the world, save the trees, the waters, the animals, the oceans and all the life we rule over. BE a good Sheppard. I am Shawnee Native Indian by blood, American by discovery of others.

Jill Sink
Jill Sink
  • Darlene Holtsclaw

well said<3! ! thank u for joining the cause to help save the wolves!! wolf packs stick 2gether!!! <3<3<3

Jill Sink
Jill Sink
  • Darlene Holtsclaw

hope u don't mind Im emailing this (what u said) to mom..??!!! most beautiful statement that Ive heard that's the truth, and would like to share w/other wolf pages as well!! hope it ok????!!!! beautiful statement!!!!!!!!!!!

Darlene Holtsclaw
Darlene Holtsclaw
  • Darlene Holtsclaw

thank you it is an honor I will cherish always, just knowing you survived and now will reach full floom of your potenial in life, you deserve it all Shellie. I love you. may I now say MOM? thank you for believing in me as an adult, I would never steer you wrong.

Jim Mital
Jim Mital

I grew up in northern Minnesota (International Falls and then Duluth) and came to revere the wolf as a creature embodying the spirit of wilderness. I relate to the wolf as my spirit brother. I now live in Idaho and am appalled by the irrational fear and hatred against this magnificent creature spread by those with political and economic motives, whose sight is too blinded to see the truth. I am an ecologist who understands the critical role wolves play in maintaining the balance in...

I grew up in northern Minnesota (International Falls and then Duluth) and came to revere the wolf as a creature embodying the spirit of wilderness. I relate to the wolf as my spirit brother. I now live in Idaho and am appalled by the irrational fear and hatred against this magnificent creature spread by those with political and economic motives, whose sight is too blinded to see the truth. I am an ecologist who understands the critical role wolves play in maintaining the balance in natural ecosystems. Politics in the northern Rockies of Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming are extremely egocentric and based on greed, hatred, and irrational fear against wolves. I was extremely disappointed to hear that the politics in Minnesota have deteriorated to the same level as that in Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming by planning for a wolf hunting season and even considering trapping. These inhumane practices against this important predator must stop as wolves are playing a critical role in restoring natural systems that human interference has messed up. I stand with my Native American brothers and sisters in protecting this noble animal.

Jim Mital
Jim Mital
  • Jim Mital

I think the main issue is that there really isn't a biological reason, or need for a wolf season in Minnesota. Deer populations are high in most of the state and wolves ceertainly play an important role in keeping them in check. Indiscriminant hunting, trapping, snaring, etc. will disrupt the pack social structure, resulting in mortality of many of the alpha's which will cause juveniles to stray into livestock areas, rather than hunt within the pack. DNR biologists, at least some of them,...

I think the main issue is that there really isn't a biological reason, or need for a wolf season in Minnesota. Deer populations are high in most of the state and wolves ceertainly play an important role in keeping them in check. Indiscriminant hunting, trapping, snaring, etc. will disrupt the pack social structure, resulting in mortality of many of the alpha's which will cause juveniles to stray into livestock areas, rather than hunt within the pack. DNR biologists, at least some of them, should know this, but strong anti-wolf interests have influenced the Republican lawmakers to push for a hunting season. Unlike here in the northern Rockies, where the hunting/ranching influenced lawmakers/politicians want to completely eradicate wolves, Minnesota will continue to have wolves, but more problems (not less) will result from the hunt, as it will seriously disrupt pack social structure.

Chris Zette
Chris Zette

je supporte cette cause...

Chris Zette
Chris Zette
  • Chris Zette

Bonjour Sybilla... pourquoi pas

Carmen Andrea Ollarzu
Carmen Andrea Ollarzu

NO ENTIENDO, ESTA TODO EN INGLES, PERO CREO ES POR LOS LOBOS Y ES PARA FIRMAR, Y FIRMARE TODA LA VIDA, HASTA QUE SE LOGRE ALGO,,,,,

Carmen Andrea Ollarzu
Carmen Andrea Ollarzu
  • Carmen Andrea Ollarzu

FIRMADOOOOOO,,

Barbara Bussell
Barbara Bussell

The Native Americans took better care of this earth and the wildlife. Unlike the people now. Sports Hunters, Governors of the Northern Rocky Mts States. Politicians and Ranchers. It is funny that "Double Circle Ranch" in Arizona says their cattle and wolves co-exists.

Jim Mital
Jim Mital
  • Barbara Bussell

Wolves, cougars, bears coexisted with deer, elk, moose, etc. for thousands of years before European settlement. Native Americans lived WITH the natural world, while European settlers tried changing the natural order by bringing in their cattle, sheep, horses, etc. destroying predators in the process. Wild predators have lived in the northern Rockies and Lake States much longer than domestic livestock who have caused irrepable damage to natural ecosystems. When a conflict exists, wolves have seniority!

Jay Drobot
Jay Drobot

I think instead of killing off another intelligent species of animal, (especially one that depends on each other to survive) why don't we observe and try to gain from what we learn from them. Wolves survive by coexisting with one another, not selfishly competing, dominating and destroying one another. They survive as a pack, each playing its own role, each role being as important to the packs survival as the next one is. If we all worked together as wolves do, instead of against each other,...

I think instead of killing off another intelligent species of animal, (especially one that depends on each other to survive) why don't we observe and try to gain from what we learn from them. Wolves survive by coexisting with one another, not selfishly competing, dominating and destroying one another. They survive as a pack, each playing its own role, each role being as important to the packs survival as the next one is. If we all worked together as wolves do, instead of against each other, would it possible to say that life could be more productive and better for all?

Gheri Munster
Gheri Munster
  • Jay Drobot

Most Definately !!

Linda Camac
Linda Camac

If url fails...please try this one - http://maiingan.org/.

Waya Tsalagi Jones
Waya Tsalagi Jones
  • Linda Camac

PLEASE SEND ME ALL INFORMATION ON ANIMAL ABUSE.I GOT YOU OFF JACK'S PAGE .I WOULD LIKE FOR US TO BE FRIENDS. I LOVE WOLVES AND HAVE BEEN FIGHTING FOR THEM ALONG WITH OTHERS. I AM OF THE WOLF CLAN OF THE CHEROKEE TRIBE AND WILL FIGHT FOR ALL ANIMALS THAT ARE IN NEED OF OUR HELP.

Annie Rutherford
Annie Rutherford

The Nez Perse, the Ojibwe, the Menomonie...They need to take this to the supreme court with our help, publicity and support!

Silke Kleiner
Silke Kleiner

i´m with you!

Roy Gibson
Roy Gibson
  • Silke Kleiner

Hi Silke....for some reason none of these Causes links are connecting for me.....don't know the reason. Hope you are well my dear.....:)

Joslynne Davidson
Joslynne Davidson

Not until the last animal is hunted,
the last tree is cut,
the last river is poisoned,
the last fish is caught,
will you know that money can not be eaten. * Cree prophecy*.

"We did not create the web of life, we are merely a strand.
in it. What we do to the web, we do to ourselves."
If the beasts were all gone, man would die of a great loneliness.
of spirit. For whatever happens to the beasts soon happens to.
man. All things are connected. ~ Chief Seattle, 1854 ~.

Pat Moore
Pat Moore
  • Joslynne Davidson

This is a beautiful statement, of course being made by the American Indian.The white man is still greedy and his greed will destroy our beautiful environment and habitat.

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