INTREPID NEWS

Welcome to our news section. Here you can find all types of stories from Intrepid Wildlife Services as well as various stories of wildlife that has hit news sites.

BREAKING NEWS!
Intrepid Wildlife Services Was Recently Featured in WABC-TV Segment on Animal Control

http://www.prleap.com/pr/227043/intrepid-wildlife-services-featured-in-wabc-tv

 NEW CITY HO– USE FIRST STARTS IN BIRDS NEST 

http://hudsonvalley.news12.com/new-city-house-fire-starts-in-bird-s-nest-1.9595256

  • Wed, 09 May 2018 16:59:41 +0000: Response to Oregon Farm Bureau on Deschutes River Irrigation Withdrawals - The Wildlife News

    This editorial from Gary Burhue of the  Oregon Farm Bureau was written in response to an earlier editorial I had written questioning the impoverishment of the Deschutes River by Ag water withdrawals. This editorial and a previous editorial from Coalition for the Deschutes leaves out critical information in an effort to defend the misuse of [...]

  • Mon, 07 May 2018 00:52:01 +0000: Proposed BLM Fuel Breaks Likely To Fail - The Wildlife News

    This past winter, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) began preparing two Environmental Impact Statements to review the environmental of consequences creating a region-wide series of “fuel breaks” that will add thousands of miles of new linear non-sagebrush habitat across the Great Basin portion of Nevada, Idaho, Oregon and Utah.

    The goal of fuel breaks [...]

  • Fri, 04 May 2018 17:16:58 +0000: Point Reyes National Feedlot - The Wildlife News

    What would you think if you bought a house and after paying for the property, the current owners refused to vacate the property? Worse, yet, the previous owners continued to run their business utilizing your property for their private profit, while degrading the property’s value? Would you not be outraged?

     

    That is exactly what [...]

  • Fri, 27 Apr 2018 18:32:35 +0000: Targeted Grazing Scam - The Wildlife News

    THE TARGETED GRAZING SCAM

    The Idaho BLM is implementing what is sometimes called “targeted grazing” with livestock in an effort to reduce large wildfires. The theory is that if livestock graze enough of the “fuel”, then large wildfires like the 600,000 Murphy Complex or the Soda Fire which burned across southern Idaho in recent years [...]

  • Fri, 27 Apr 2018 17:17:03 +0000: Izembek Wilderness Threatened by Road - The Wildlife News

    The Izembek Wildlife Refuge in Alaska is one of the gems of the entire National Wildlife Refuge System. The refuge is a critical feeding ground for waterfowl to store up energy before traveling from Alaska to and from points south.  In spring and fall, nearly all of the world’s population of Emperor and Brant geese [...]