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Wolf travels hundreds of miles to northern Arizona

Wildlife, Wolves

PNP comment: Wolves travel long distances. Wolves reproduce rapidly, because of significant liters of pups. Lots of wolves are good for wolves, but bad for wildlife, livestock, pets and humans. They do kill humans — just ask the Russians and European populations — about 200 children and adults per year. Yes, they are a vicious killer. — Editor Liz Bowen

Medford Mail Tribune

• REMARKABLE JOURNEY

Wolf travels hundreds of miles to northern Arizona


• This Oct. 27 photo shows a gray wolf that was spotted north of the Grand Canyon in northern Arizona. Courtesy of Arizona Game and Fish Department


• By Felicia Fonseca
The Associated Press
Posted Nov. 22, 2014 @ 2:00 am

FLAGSTAFF — A female gray wolf from the Northern Rockies traveled hundreds of miles into northern Arizona, marking the species’ first appearance in the region in more than 70 years and the farthest journey south, wildlife officials confirmed Friday.
A wolf-like animal had been spotted roaming the North Rim of the Grand Canyon and the adjacent national forest since last month. Biologists collected its scat and sent it to a University of Idaho laboratory for testing, verifying what environmentalists had suspected based on its appearance and a radio collar around its neck.
“The corroboration is really good to get,” said Michael Robinson of the Center for Biological Diversity.
Biologists don’t know the wolf’s age or from where it traveled. The radio collar wasn’t transmitting a signal, and cold weather forced biologists to suspended efforts to capture the animal and replace the collar.
The Idaho lab might be able to glean more details about the wolf from its DNA, but U.S. Fish and Wildlife spokesman Jeff Humphrey said that could take several weeks or months.
“We’ll let this wolf be a wolf where it’s at, and if it decides it’s going to move back north, it can do that,” he said. “Or if somebody joins her, then that’s nature taking its course.”
Wolves often roam vast distances in search of food and mates. But the farther they go, the less likely they are to find a mate, said Ed Bangs, who led recovery efforts for wolves in the Northern Rockies over two decades before retiring from the Fish and Wildlife Service in 2011.
“It’s looking for love,” he said. “It leaves the core population and doesn’t know if the love of its life is going to be right over the next hill, so it just keeps traveling.”
About 25 percent of the roughly 1,700 wolves from the Northern Rockies are being tracked, wildlife officials said. They are distinguished from the Mexican gray wolves found in the Southwest by their more full bodies and less pointed ears.
Mike Jimenez with the Fish and Wildlife Service in Wyoming said Northern Rockies gray wolves are hard-wired to disperse and have traveled hundreds of miles. One young female started off in Montana and traveled 3,000 miles over six months, making stops in Wyoming, Idaho, Utah and Colorado before it died, he said. Colorado had been the farthest journey south for the animals until the female was confirmed in Arizona, he said.
Wolves from another major population in the western Great Lakes have likewise been found far from home.
Wolves largely were exterminated early last century across the lower 48 states, except in the western Great Lakes area. The Northern Rockies population was restored after 66 gray wolves from Canada were relocated to central Idaho and Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming in the mid-1990s.
They’ve been absent from the Grand Canyon region since the 1940s.
The Fish and Wildlife Service in recent years lifted federal protections for the animals in the western Great Lakes and the Northern Rockies. A federal judge recently ordered the protections re-instated in Wyoming after wildlife advocates sued.
Environmentalists are pressing for continued protection of gray wolves. Meanwhile, they celebrated the news of the one in northern Arizona.
“I wonder if she has any sense of the celebrity she has achieved,” said Drew Kerr of WildEarth Guardians.

 

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CSPOA will join with other sheriffs and peace officers in Washington DC to demand border action.

Constitution, Sheriffs

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Guest Opinion: Northwest Forest Plan not all it’s cracked up to be

Federal gov & land grabs, Forestry & USFS, Op-ed

GUEST OPINION: ENVIRONMENT

November 19, 2014

Read more here: http://www.idahostatesman.com/2014/11/19/3494835_northwest-forest-plan-not-all.html?rh=1#storylink=cpy

We in Idaho have been blessed with an abundance of natural beauty and resources. Sadly, some think we cannot both enjoy and utilize these resources in a peaceful coexistence. For 40 years now the environmental community has sued and litigated every attempt to manage these lands to the benefit of Idahoans and the American people, and now the fruits of their labor can be seen and it is clear it is not a picture of plenty but one of social and environmental destruction.

Rocky Barker wants us to believe the Northwest Forest Plan was a great success; let’s take a look at the Northwest Forest Plan.

Thousands of acres of spotted owl and endangered species habitat burned to the ground: billions of economic output lost never to be recovered, our water polluted and our air fouled with more toxic carcinogens and carbon monoxide than any automobile or coal fired plant could ever produce.

Hundreds of mills and countless family farms have been eliminated across the West and thousands of jobs have been lost. And what have they been replaced with: high unemployment, high crime, small business closures, alcoholism, increased drug use, crumbling infrastructure, dilapidated schools, children with no hope and broken families. And we call this a success? How’s that for liberal compassion?

And now seemingly content with destroying rural Idaho’s logging and farming communities, Rocky and his band of merry men will now double down on their ideas of environmentalism and turn their attention to the ranching communities.

How much misrepresentation do we have to endure from Rocky Barker who passes himself off as forest expert and now a range expert? All the people Rocky mentions to solve the problem are radical environmentalist, politicians and lawyers who have nothing but their own self-interest in advancing a career based in greed and absolutely no concern for the destruction they leave in their path. Why is it that every failed piece of legislation passed by the left is viewed as a grand success?

And where are the caretakers of the land in this equation? The farmer, the rancher, the logger, the miner, the laborer, forgotten, because birds and fish are more important than a people; when, in reality it is these people who care for the land and care more about the owl and the sage grouse than Rocky ever did.

The sage grouse is becoming the spotted owl of the desert and like the spotted owl the solutions being discussed will only bring about a slow death to the grouse and Idaho’s ranching families.

Rather than recognizing man’s creative genius and his ability to work with nature, Rocky sees only limitations and more of the same failed ideas, which are destroying the foundations of this country.

Jim Chmelik is an Idaho County commissioner.

http://www.idahostatesman.com/2014/11/19/3494835_northwest-forest-plan-not-all.html?rh=1

Read more here: http://www.idahostatesman.com/2014/11/19/3494835_northwest-forest-plan-not-all.html?rh=1#storylink=cpy

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North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board staff is looking for public comments for the Basin Plan

California water, State gov

This is a message from the California Regional Water Quality Control Board, North Coast Region (1).

NOTICE OF SOLICITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS
Concerning the
2014 Triennial Review
of the
WATER QUALITY CONTROL PLAN (Basin Plan)
FOR THE NORTH COAST REGION

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a 45-day public comment period is now open to solicit public comment on the 2014 triennial review of the Water Quality Control Plan for the North Coast Region (Basin Plan) draft proposed Basin Plan amendment project priorities and editorial revisions to Chapters 1, 2, 4, and 5 of the Basin Plan.

BACKGROUND
The North Coast Region encompasses watersheds from the Oregon state border to the Estero de San Antonio which drain to the Pacific Ocean, and includes Del Norte, Trinity, Humboldt, and Mendocino counties and portions of Siskiyou, Sonoma, Glenn, Modoc, Lake and Marin counties. The Basin Plan describes beneficial uses for watersheds in the North Coast Region, and establishes objectives and programs to protect those beneficial uses. The purpose of the triennial review is to examine the need to revise and update the Basin Plan, focusing the efforts of Planning staff for the next three-year period. State and federal law require that the Basin Plan be reviewed periodically to accommodate changes in science, technologies, policies, and physical characteristics of the planning areas.

Based on stakeholder, internal comments, and a review of regulatory program needs, Regional Water Board staff has identified a number of potential Basin Plan amendment projects as high priorities under the 2014 triennial review of the Basin Plan. These potential Basin Plan amendment projects are summarized in the staff report dated November 21, 2014; Triennial Review of the Water Quality Control Plan for the North Coast Region for 2014. The proposed Basin Plan amendment project priorities and proposed editorial revisions to Chapters 1, 2, 4, and 5 of the Basin Plan are included as appendices to the staff report. The staff report and associated documents can be viewed / downloaded from the Regional Water Board website located at:

http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/northcoast/water_issues/programs/basin_plan/triennial_review.shtml

DOCUMENT AVAILABILITY
The Regional Water Board held a public workshop in Santa Rosa on November 19, 2014 to solicit comments regarding staff’s draft proposed Basin Plan amendment project priorities. Written public comments on the staff report, proposed editorial amendments, and draft proposed Basin Plan amendment project priority list must be submitted by 5:00pm on January 9, 2015. A public hearing is tentatively scheduled for March 12, 2014 and will be separately noticed.

STAFF CONTACT
Alydda Mangelsdorf
Supervisor, Planning Unit
5550 Skylane Boulevard, Suite A
Santa Rosa, California 95403
(707) 576-6735 (ph)
(707) 523-0135 (fax)
Email: Alydda.Mangelsdorf@waterboards.ca.gov

Matt St. John
Executive Officer
November 21, 2014

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PG&E fined over alleged secret dealings

CORRUPTION, CRIMINAL

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Dam Removal In Siskiyou County: ‘Yes’ Or ‘No’

CA & OR, Federal gov & land grabs, Klamath County, Klamath River & Dams, Siskiyou County

 

By: Capt. William E. Simpson

Today (Nov. 18, 2014) I started receiving emails about an article written by Lacey Jarrell a reporter at a small town newspaper and blog in Klamath Falls, OR titled ‘Commission-Water pact backlash’.

You don’t need to be a geologist or a hydrologist or even a meteorologist to understand what’s going on when you simply understand who benefits from the removal of the Dams, which are by the way, in Siskiyou County, CA, not in Klamath County, OR.

Some farmer up in Klamath who Mr. Jarrell thought was quotable said; ‘We need leaders, and we need to go forward; if you’re not going to lead, get the hell out of the way”

What this farmer, and apparently the reporter seem to overlook is that Lemmings have leaders and this same mentality too…

The logic and wisdom that dictated the cost in time and money to engineer build and continually upgrade the dams in Siskiyou County is still valid today, even if it grinds the gears of some greedy special interests who by the way represent only a tiny minority of the population and who are essentially the sole beneficiaries should the dams be removed.

Contrary to the misinformation being supported by the reporter, the three Siskiyou County dams are producing a significant amount of clean green energy; they also provide:
*Flood control
*Habitat for a host of native and migrating water foul
*Habitat for many species of birds, including rare birds of prey.
*Habitat for many species of mammals
*Recreation for thousands of boaters and fishermen annually
*Value to the private property owners around and nearby the lakes formed by the dams
*Water reserves held back from winter that can be used in summer drought
*About 3,000 jobs in Siskiyou County that are directly or indirectly related to the dams
*Reserve fresh-water storage at a time when Californians need it most

As far as the dams affecting the fishing; yes there is an affect; just this past year, the drought was so severe that there was insufficient flow in the Klamath river to support a steelhead and salmon run to the upper Klamath River and past the I-5 Bridge, which according to the majority of credible fisheries biologists is the upper extreme of their range when spawning (the tributaries on the Klamath River 25-150 miles down-river from the I-5 bridge make up the vast majority of premium spawning grounds for both species).

And let’s keep in mind however that during the summer and drought, the dams pass all of the water flowing into their lakes from the Klamath River and tributaries from above; nothing is being held-back or stored as is done during winter run-off. Even passing all of the water available that was coming down river this summer, the Klamath River had far less water than was needed by the fish trying to head up river. On top of that, due to the shallow condition of the river and tributaries, coupled with the loss of shade trees resulting from ravaging forest fires (bungled forest management), the river water was being heated above normal by the sun.

Even though these adversities in the river’s flow and temperature would have certainly hurt the salmon and steelhead run this year, it did not; but why?

According to local river guides (who know the river better than anyone), the upper Klamath River is now experiencing an excellent run of steelhead and salmon thanks to the cool (deep) water that was timely released by the dam operators at the Iron Gate Dam (see photo above).

Many people fail to realize that a deep-water lake, unlike a shallow river, has the ability due to its depth to form what is known as a ‘thermocline’. A thermocline is a distinct boundary-layer that separates the water heated by the sun which stratifies and stays near the surface and above the cold water below; a phenomenon well-known to SCUBA divers who have experienced this steep change in water temperature. And by releasing the deep cold water below the thermocline into the river when it was needed we now have an impressive number of steelhead and salmon reaching the upper Klamath River. And of course this is what almost everyone wants to see… well maybe not everyone. The proponents of the dam removal would have us all believe that the dams are bad for the steelhead, salmon, people and the economy, when that is clearly not the case.

The reality is that the loss of forests in critical water sheds through the gross mismanagement of those forests is what is adversely affecting the rivers and their tributaries all around. And when forest management is improved, so will the health of the watersheds. Let’s face facts; having a million acres of forest burned to the dirt in the Pacific Northwest is a far bigger problem than must be solved, since these mega-fires are recurring annually. Having millions of tons of mud and silt from the scorched remains of forests running-off into the streams and rivers during the Fall rains and silting-in the spawning gravels of fish is the real culprit for the loss of fish runs!

http://www.survivalbased.com/survival-blog/5518/northwest-wildfires-and-the-green-environmentalist/

Maybe we should rally the good people here in Siskiyou County and send our own letter to the activists and over-reaching legislators in Oregon who seem to believe they also run our County as well as their own. Maybe they should deal instead with their own forest and water resource and management issues, instead of inventing reasons why they should be able to intervene into the business of another State and County?

Cheers! Bill

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Support Klamath County Commissioners on 11-21-14 at 3 p.m.

KBRA or KHSA, Klamath County, Klamath River & Dams

November 19, 2014

KLAMATH BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

PRESS RELEASE / PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE

Contact: Jim Bellet, Commissioner 541-883-5100.

The Klamath County Board of Commissioners will have a Special Meeting on Friday,
November 21st, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. at the Government Center 305 Main Street, Klamath Falls,
OR – 2nd floor, hearing room 219.

Objectives for this meeting will include discussion on their opposition to SB 2379, the
Klamath Water Recovery and Economic Restoration Act.

If you have questions regarding this meeting, you may contact Jim Bellet, County
Commissioner at 541-883-5100 or 541-205-1009.

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Wild Bill For America supports State of Jefferson

51st State proposals, State of Jefferson, youtube videos

Here’s a new one from Wild Bill for America, he spoke along with Mark Baird this last week end at Paul Preston’s Liberty Tour in Yuba City

http://youtu.be/3fJzTJ1Y5uQ

Correct web address is:  Jefferson Declaration.net

www.jeffersondeclaration.net

May God Bless Us All

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Sheriffs against amnesty to march on Washington

Federal gov & land grabs, Sheriffs

 

‘Our cities are being overrun’
Published: 19 hours ago
Leo Hohmann

WND.com

Sheriffs around the country are planning to march on the nation’s capital, hoping to send a message to President Obama and Congress that they oppose amnesty for illegal immigrants.
The Dec. 10 rally in Washington, D.C., is being organized by two sheriffs from Massachusetts – Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson and Plymouth County Sheriff Joseph McDonald.
They have challenged America’s other sheriffs, asking for at least 200 of them to join in paying a visit to the Capitol to make a stand against amnesty and plead for Congress and the president to secure the border. More than 20 have already signed up to participate, Hodgson told WND.
The march will culminate in a meeting with Republican leaders at the Capitol building regarding possible legislation to secure the border “once and for all.”
Hodgson has sent a letter to sheriffs nationwide asking them to join him in the rally.
He told WND he’s already heard from 20 to 25 sheriffs who have committed to join him on the trip to Washington. The letter states in part:
“As you know, the policies of recent years that encourage immigrants to illegally enter our country have created serious threats to our domestic and national security. The citizens of our nation are counting on the American Sheriffs to fulfill our oath to preserve law and order and live up to our responsibilities as guardians of the United States Constitution.
“Given the fact that 25 people are killed each day by illegal immigrants, and our schools are becoming overcrowded and more costly, our public health is threatened by new diseases and ailments introduced by people living in our communities illegally, and the fact that benefits are being given and violations of the law forgiven for a select group of non-citizens, makes clear our obligation to act now before we erode the confidence and the faith citizens have in Sheriffs across the country and throughout our history.”
Hodgson told WND that sheriffs across this country “are tired of being marginalized, either by the inaction of Congress or the overreaction by the president of the United States, who have put us in this situation.”
Hodgson said he started thinking about planning the march while at the National Sheriffs Association Conference in Dallas-Fort Worth earlier this year.
“One of the things I raised was that the people of the United States have always looked to the American sheriff as someone who looks out for public safety and they are not looked at in a partisan way, so it seemed to me we need to stand up to support the border sheriffs,” Hodgson said. “We all have become border sheriffs.”
He said President Obama’s 2012 executive order allowing illegals to stay in the country for two years and entitling them to a hearing, “caused all sorts of problems” for law enforcement.
“The word got out and the cartels realized immediately that was a great way to make money, and it has netted them millions and millions of dollars smuggling people to the border,” Hodgson said. “That was done with the stroke of a pen in June 2012, which was an election year.”
Obama chooses to act on ‘Revolution Day’
Now Obama is about to go even further, planning to announce a sweeping amnesty plan for millions of illegal immigrants Thursday evening.
Just after 12 p.m. Wednesday, the White House posted a Facebook announcement that reads as follows:
“It’s time to fix our broken immigration system. Tomorrow night (November 20th), President Obama will address the nation on new commonsense steps he’s taking to fix as much of it as he can. Tune in tomorrow at 8pm ET. “
Thursday’s date, Nov. 20, is significant, says William Gheen, president of Americans for Legal Immigration.
“November 20 is Mexican ‘Revolution Day’ or Mexican ‘Civil War Day’ which is the equivalent of America’s 4th of July,” Gheen said. “Obama’s choice of this date for his departure from his Oath of Office and the U.S. Constitution creates a permanent symbolic relationship between his actions and Mexico’s violent revolutionary and civil wars from 1910-1920.
“Obama is making a powerful and dangerous symbolic declaration to large Spanish media audiences today comparing his new immigration orders to the violent Mexican revolution and civil war,” Gheen continued. “Obama is timing his move to thwart the American public’s voice in Congress to coincide with Mexican Revolution Day and the Ferguson (grand jury decision) while CBS, ABC, and NBC will keep most U.S. citizens oblivious tonight.”
No proof for cited cause of ‘surge’
The problems with illegals were already intense before Obama’s 2012 executive order, but they exploded in the wake of that declaration, Hodgson said.
“The president said the surge at the border was from them trying to escape poverty and violent drug gangs. They have their issues, no question, but no one has ever been able to document that this was the cause,” he said.
He cited a report by the El Paso Intelligence Center, which he called “a bipartisan study done on this very issue,” that found no connection between increased crime and poverty and the surge at the border.

Read more at

http://www.wnd.com/2014/11/sheriffs-against-amnesty-to-march-on-washington/#hucRhRUftaFffKeJ.99

 

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Dinesh D’Souza film playing in Roseburg, OR 11-22-14

Constitution

WANT TO KNOW WHAT AMERICA, THE “IDEA” WAS AND IS ALL ABOUT? WHY THERE IS NO OTHER COUNTRY ON THIS PLANET LIKE HER? Why you should be mad as hell to see what is happening here once you watch and understand what true freedom and liberty is?

Saturday November  22, 2014

10 am

Roseburg Cinemas, Roseburg Oregon. Garden Valley Exit,

go West through 5 Stoplights and the theatres are up behind My Coffee and Community Northwest Credit Union……next to Social Security Office, Kline Street

100 TICKETS AVAILABLE RESERVE YOUR’S TODAY

Reserve your tickets at 541-672-7272 or online at:

http://www.roseburgcinemas.com/

About the Author, Dinesh D’Souza http://www.dineshdsouza.com/movies/america/

Loma Wharton. Co-Chair
www.liberators2004 dot org
V.A.C.A.T.E. – Valiantly Affirming Constitutional Authority Through Education

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