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Our Wild World

Our Wild World

Monday at 8 AM Pacific

September 19th 2016:Wolf Land with Carter and Jenny Niemeyer

From our previous episode, we discussed wolf reintroduction and it’s history and where and how wolves are doing now, 20 years on. Today, we delve a bit deeper into some of Carter’s personal journey, discuss his two books, Wolfer -2010- and his newest book, Wolf Land -2016-, some of his experiences and, wolf advocacy- the many groups purporting to support wolves- are they effective or does it fracture and deter from the on-ground effectiveness where your voice and contributions actually make a difference for wolves. Wolves are here to stay. Coexistence is key. They are not mythical l, they are

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Carter Niemeyer

Carter Niemeyer was a district supervisor for USDA Wildlife Services in western Montana managing and controlling large predators. He was recruited by the USFW to run the federal wolf recovery program and member of Canada wolf capture reintroduction team during the mid-1990s. For 26 years Carter was the wolf management specialist for USDA Wildlife Services covering the states of Idaho, Montana and Wyoming where he was responsible for livestock depredation investigations as well as wolf capture and removal. in Idaho he retired in 2006, coincidentally on the same day wolf management was officially handed over to the state of Idaho. Since retiring he has worked for Washington State University
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2129/our-wild-world 22/10/2018 08:00 22/10/2018 09:00 Our Wild World https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2129/our-wild-world From our previous episode, we discussed wolf reintroduction and it’s history and where and how wolves are doing now, 20 years on. Today, we delve a bit deeper into some of Carter’s personal journey, discuss his two books, Wolfer -2010- and his newest book, Wolf Land -2016-, some of his experiences and, wolf advocacy- the many groups purporting to support wolves- are they effective or does it fracture and deter from the on-ground effectiveness where your voice and contributions actually make a difference for wolves. Wolves are here to stay. Coexistence is key. They are not mythical l, they are evil incarnate, nor indiscriminate killers of livestock to be feared by either ranchers or hikers, as they reclaim their once and future homes across North America- they are resilient and coming back. Oh, to once again hear the howls in the night, telling us that wilderness is alive and well. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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