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  • UN Heritage Sites and Corridors Back to 1492

    Heritage Area Designations | Another Land Grab U.N. …

    Heritage Sites and Corridors

    HERITAGE CORRIDORS ARE EXTENSIONS OF RESERVES AND U.N. ADVOCATES CLAIM MILLIONS OF ACRES ARE NEEDED TO MAINTAIN LARGE CARNIVORES!

    If this is allowed to continue, you will witness the elimination of human presence on much of our American landscape!
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    Go Find Your Park? WHAT IS IT?

    Heritage Area Designations | Another Land Grab U.N. …

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    Aug 29, 2013 – Heritage Area DesignationsAnother U.N. Agenda 21 Land Grab … World Heritage Area Sites – are under United Nations Educational, .

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    DIGGING DEEPER DOCUMENTING MORE

    In the proposed Crooked Road National Heritage Area.

    In one fell swoop…

    19 COUNTIES IN SOUTHERN VIRGINIA WERE TO BE INCLUDED IN THIS NATIONAL HERITAGE AREA. (unknown to county the commissioners)

    To do something in one fell swoop is to do it suddenly or in a single, swift action.routinely fast-tracked to passage through Congress with no debate, (unknown to county the commissioners) Fell here is an adjective meaning fierce, savage, cruel, or ruthless

    Sponsored by Congressman Morgan Griffith (R-VA) since 2011. and Senator Mark Warner, Senator (DVA) since 2009, the impending designation, routinely fast-tracked to passage through Congress with no debate,

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    snippet for clarification

    The Crooked Road: Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail (TCR) has been working for over two years 07/28/2012 – with federal officials on a proposal to designate The Crooked Road region of Southwest Virginia
    (19 counties, four cities and over 50 towns) as a National Heritage Area.
    – See more at: http://www.cybergrass.com/node/1546#sthash.OCTOw2r4.dpuf
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    the impending designation, routinely fast-tracked to passage through Congress with no debate,

    WOULD HAVE REMAINED UNKNOWN TO COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

    until  A CONCERNED CITIZEN made the counties aware of this move by The Crooked Road 501c3 organization last August, 2012.

    The Crooked Road organization, RESPONDING TO A FOIA REQUEST TO A PRIVATE CITIZEN,  admits  that

    COMMISSIONERS OF ALL 19 COUNTIES WERE NOT ADVISED OF THIS SCHEME!
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    WOW,  FEDERAL OFFICIALS WERE WORKING ON THE 

    Crooked Road National Heritage Area.

    FROM 2010 TO 2013

    AND THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WERE NOT ADVISED?

    AND, WOULD HAVE REMAINED UNKNOWN TO COUNTY COMMISSIONERS?

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    ARE YOU A CONCERNED AMERICAN PRIVATE CITIZEN?

    PLEASE ADVISE YOUR ELECTED COUNTY COMMISSIONERS….

    DO YOU HAVE A CONCERNED COUNTY COMMISSIONER?

    ARE YOU A CONCERNED COUNTY COMMISSIONER?

    I am a concerned American Private citizen ,aka a Concerned American Grandmother.

    my website is how I document and advise my elected representatives at every level.

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    Impending Heritage designation, routinely fast-tracked to passage through Congress with no debate….

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    I always wanted to do a post using this poem with my freedom of speech

    There was a crooked man, and he walked a crooked mile,
    He found a crooked sixpence against a crooked stile;
    He bought a crooked cat which caught a crooked mouse,
    And they all lived together in a little crooked house.
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    Was sponsored by Congressman Morgan Griffith (R-VA) since 2011. and Senator Mark Warner, Senator(D-VA) since 2009, the impending designation, routinely fast-tracked to passage through Congress with no debate?
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    Hmmm… How many counties on the Olympic Peninsula? Four (4)
    Clallam and Jefferson Counties, parts of Grays Harbor and Mason Counties, are on the peninsula.

    Hmmm… How many counties on Puget Sound? Twelve (12) counties are located in the Puget Sound region:
    • Clallam
    • King
    • Kitsap
    • Island
    • Jefferson
    • Mason
    • Pierce
    • San Juan
    • Skagit
    • Snohomish
    • Thurston
    • Whatcom
    REFRESH YOUR MEMORY on ..

    Behind My Back | WA State Maritime Heritage Area

    www.behindmyback.org/2015/07/01/wastatemaritimeheritagearea/

    Jul 1, 2015 – H.R. 2833 WA State Maritime Heritage Area Maps A MAP IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS Citizens be warned look at your county maps …

    Twelve (12) counties are located in the Puget Sound region:
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    Heritage Area Designations | Another Land Grab U.N. …

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    Aug 29, 2013 –Heritage Area Designations Another U.N. Agenda 21 Land GrabWorld Heritage Area Sites – are under United Nations Educational, …

    Heritage Area Sites – are under United Nations Educational, …

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    DIGGING DEEPER DOCUMENTING MORE

    The sinister Department of Interior failed again, earlier this year, in another attempted LAND GRAB, but this time it was in Virginia under a proposed Heritage Area called Crooked Road National Heritage Area 19 COUNTIES IN SOUTHERN VIRGINIA WERE TO BE INCLUDED IN THIS NATIONAL HERITAGE AREA. This sure sounds like the deception that went on with the National Blueway System all over again.

    If this Crooked Road National Heritage Area designation would have taken place, it would effectively put the proposed “National Heritage Area” under the jurisdiction of the National Park Service and Department of the Interior.
    WashCo Votes No to Crooked Road National Heritage Area

    It was a major win for property rights activists Tuesday, March 12th, when Washington County Supervisors voted 5-2 against the impending designation of 19 counties in South West VA Congressional District 9 as the USA’s 50thNational Heritage Area“, which would effectively put the District under the jurisdiction of the National Park Service and Department of the Interior.
    Following the lead of Wythe and Russell Counties, along with the Town of Rural Retreat, Washington County passed the Resolution of Non-Support. Smyth County supervisors voted to defund TCR last year.
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    DIGGING DEEPER DOCUMENTING MORE
    There are currently 49 National Heritage Areas, some of which use variations of the title, such as NATIONAL HERITAGE CORRIDOR.

    HERITAGE CORRIDORS ARE EXTENSIONS OF RESERVES AND U.N. ADVOCATES CLAIM MILLIONS OF ACRES ARE NEEDED TO MAINTAIN LARGE CARNIVORES!

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    President Ronald Reagan signing the Illinois & Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor Legislation on August 24, 1984 at the Conrad Hilton …

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    Behind My Back | Restoration of Ursus arctos horribilis?

    www.behindmyback.org/2015/02/…/restoration-of-ursusarctoshorribili

    Feb 14, 2015 – The RESTORATION OF URSUS ARCTOS HORRIBILIS, THE HORRIBLE BROWN BEAR, … www.behindmyback.org/2013/02/04/back-to-1492/.
    This reintroduction plan has been in the works for over 25 years

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    NATIONAL HERITAGE CORRIDORS ARE EXTENSIONS OF RESERVES AND U.N. ADVOCATES CLAIM MILLIONS OF ACRES ARE NEEDED TO MAINTAIN LARGE CARNIVORES!

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    Behind My Back | Back to 1492

    www.behindmyback.org/2013/02/04/back-to-1492/

    Feb 4, 2013 – “It is a bold attempt to grope our way back to October 1492 and find a different trail, a trail overgrown and nearly forgotten” – Words of Dave …

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    Feb 4, 2013 – BACK TO 1492. A PLAN WHICH IS NOW IN PROCESS OF BECOMING FEDERAL POLICY ~ WAS HATCHED MANY YEARS AGO BY TWO RADICAL ECO-FREAKS – DAVE FOREMAN

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    Quote attributed to Dave Foreman WE LIVE FOR THE DAY WHEN GRIZZLIES IN CHIHUAHUA HAVE AN UNBROKEN CONNECTION TO GRIZZLIES IN ALASKA, WHEN GREY WOLF POPULATIONS ARE CONTINUOUS FROM NEW MEXICO TO GREENLAND

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    Quote attributed to Dave Foreman “WE MUST… RECLAIM THE ROADS AND THE PLOWED LAND, HALT DAM CONSTRUCTION, TEAR DOWN EXISTING DAMS, FREE SHACKLED RIVERS, AND RETURN TO WILDERNESS MILLIONS AND TENS OF MILLIONS OF [ACRES OF] PRESENTLY SETTLED LAND.” – Quoted by Dixy Lee Ray in her book Trashing the Planet (1990)

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    Indeed in 2016 NATIONAL HERITAGE CORRIDORS ARE EXTENSIONS OF RESERVES AND U.N. ADVOCATES CLAIM MILLIONS OF ACRES ARE NEEDED TO MAINTAIN LARGE CARNIVORES!

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    January 22, 2016

    Pie N Politics » Siskiyou County residents express worry …

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    2 hours ago – Siskiyou County residents express worry over wolves ... from Siskiyou County who were concerned about the wolves‘ return to California.January 22, 2016

    by Liz Bowen
    Record Searchlight
    Local News
    January 22, 2016
    YREKA — Some 300 people showed up at a hearing in Yreka on Thursday night to comment on the state’s draft Gray Wolf Conservation Plan.
    Most of those who spoke represented ranching and hunting groups from Siskiyou County who were concerned about the wolves’ return to California.
    “I don’t want a wolf kill on my place,” said Ryan Walker, a Siskiyou County rancher, referring to wolves killing cattle. “I need to know where the wolves are.”
    The conservation plan attempts to manage the growing number of wolves that have showed up in the state during the past year.
    The state Department of Fish and Wildlife plan analyzes where wolves are likely to live in the state, what they will prey on, how they will affect livestock ranchers and humans. The state is also holding conservation plan meetings in Sacramento and Long Beach.
    This past summer, fish and wildlife biologists documented the state’s first pack in more than 80 years. DNA analysis of the wolves’s droppings indicate they came from the Imnaha pack in northeast Oregon.
    Many of the ranchers who spoke Thursday urged the state to put radio collars on the wolves so they can take steps to protect their cattle.
    Patrick Griffin, a wolf consultant for Siskiyou County, said after a calf was killed, ranchers wanted to know where the wolves were so they could prevent another death.
    “After the incident on the east side of the county, it would have been nice to know where the wolves have gone,” Griffin said.
    The DFW’s Eric Loft told the crowd that getting the wolves collared is a high priority. However, state officials need to locate the wolves before they can collar them.
    “We’ve lost track of the Shasta Pack. We don’t know where they are,” said Karen Kovacs, a program manager for the department.
    Fish and wildlife officials said wolves probably killed a calf in Siskiyou County in November. Kovacs urged those in the audience to notify the department when they see a wolf or any evidence of one.
    Mark Baird, a leader in the State of Jefferson movement, said he suspects the wolves are being trucked into the state, and he and others are looking for evidence.
    But Loft denied that and said he, too, would like to see evidence of anyone in the fish and wildlife department trucking in wolves.
    Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey said he was concerned about wolves harming people, as well as the economic impact wolves will have on ranchers.
    “I’m very, very concerned, and so are my fellow sheriffs, both inside and outside California,” Lopey said.
    Rich Klug, with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, said he was concerned about how wolves would affect elk herds. He said there are only about 7,000 elk in Northern California. If wolf packs grow too numerous, they could greatly reduce the numbers of elk, which are wolves’ primary source of food, he said.
    About a half-dozen people also spoke in favor of wolves. Karin Vardaman of the California Wolf Center said she was eager to work with ranchers and state officials to prevent cattle deaths.
    “We have no desire to see cattle die,” Vardaman said.
    “I’m very, very concerned, and so are my fellow sheriff’s, both inside and outside California,” Lopey said.
    Rich Klug, with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, said he was concerned about how wolves would affect elk herds. He said there are only about 7,000 elk in Northern California. If wolf packs grow too numerous, they could greatly reduce the numbers of elk, which are wolves’ primary source of food, he said.
    About a half-dozen people also spoke in favor of wolves. Karin Vardaman of the California Wolf Center said she was eager to work with ranchers and state officials to prevent cattle deaths.
    “We have no desire to see cattle die,” Vardaman said.
    http://www.redding.com/news/local/Siskiyou-County-residents-express-worry-over-wolves-366161771.html?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_content=&utm_campaign=TopHeadlines_Newsletter
    In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. section 107, any copyrighted material herein is distributed without profit or payment to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving this information for non-profit research and educational purposes only. For more information go to: http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/17/107.shtmlLiz Bowen | January 22, 2016 at 6:04 pm | Categories: Dept. Fish & Game, Siskiyou County, State gov, Wolves | URL: http://wp.me/p13fnu-6rH


  • Restoration of Ursus arctos horribilis?

    Restoration of Ursus arctos horribilis?

    Public Invited to Open Houses on Options for
    GRIZZLY BEAR RESTORATION in North Cascades Ecosystem (full text below)

     The RESTORATION  OF URSUS ARCTOS HORRIBILIS, THE HORRIBLE BROWN BEAR, OR GRIZZLY BEAR ?

     YES, This reintroduction plan has been in the works for 25 years

    The Public comment period is open through March 26, 2015

     To participate in a series of INFORMATIONAL open houses?

     START WITH THE HISTORICAL FACTS in English, for the understanding of a reasonable person.

    Word Origin and History1590s first recorded 1807. for grizzly “Grizzly,” spelled this way, means grey or grizzled and refers to the … URSUS ARCTOS HORRIBILIS  IS THE HORRIBLE BROWN BEAR, OR GRIZZLY BEAR.

    URSUS = BEAR, ARCTOS =AMERICANUS, HORRIBILIS= HORRIBLE

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     TAXONOMY :

    The currently accepted scientific name for grizzly bear is Ursus arctos

    horribilis. North American subspecies of brown bear include:

    Ursus arctos arctos, brown bear

    Ursus arctos horribilis, grizzly bear

    Ursus arctos stickeenensis

    Ursus arctos nelsoni, Mexican grizzly bear

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    This reintroduction plan has been in the works for over 25 years

    Behind My Back | Back to 1492

    www.behindmyback.org/2013/02/04/back-to-1492/

    Feb 4, 2013 – Back to 1492. A plan which is now in process of becoming federal policy ~ was hatched many years ago by two radical eco-freaks – Dave  Foreman

    Quote attributed to Dave  Foreman WE LIVE FOR THE DAY WHEN GRIZZLIES in Chihuahua have an unbroken connection to grizzlies in Alaska, when grey wolf populations are continuous from New Mexico to Greenland

    Quote attributed to Dave  Foreman “We must… reclaim the roads and the plowed land, halt dam construction, tear down existing dams, free shackled rivers, and return to wilderness millions and tens of millions of [acres of] presently settled land.” – Quoted by Dixy Lee Ray in her book Trashing the Planet (1990)

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    A New Move to Bring the Grizzly Bear Back to California

    June 20, 2014 By Todd Woody

    Now an environmental group wants to restore America’s top predator to its namesake state by reintroducing the bear to California as well as to Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah. The grizzly is listed as a threatened species under the United States Endangered Species Act, and in a petition filed with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Wednesday, the Center for Biological Diversity argued that to ensure the bear’s survival the agency should reintroduce it throughout its historic territory.

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    WE LIVE FOR THE DAY WHEN GRIZZLIES in Chihuahua have an unbroken connection to grizzlies in Alaska, when grey wolf populations are continuous from New Mexico to Greenland…

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    In addition to the open houses (below), the public is invited to submit written comments at http://parkplanning.nps.gov/NCEG. Comments may also be submitted through March 26, 2015,

    RESTORATION OF THE HORRIBLE GRIZZLY BEAR

     SEDRO WOOLLEY, Wash. – The public is invited to participate in a series of informational open houses regarding RESTORATION OF GRIZZLY BEARS IN THE NORTH CASCADES ECOSYSTEM. The meetings are being held by the National Park Service (NPS) and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) as part of the Grizzly Bear Restoration ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT (EIS) process for the North Cascades ecosystem. This is the first opportunity for public involvement in the EIS.  The purpose of the EIS is to determine whether or not the agencies will take an active role in restoring the grizzly bear to the North Cascades Ecosystem.

    said FWS Pacific Regional Director Robyn Thorson.

    We will continue to work WITH OUR PARTNERS to make this an open and transparent process.

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    A PUBLIC COMMENT on this HORRIBILIS  GRIZZLY RESTORATION

     Ross Lake and Lake Chelan Recreation areas for endangered grizzly bears. It sounds to me like HUMANS are going to be the endangered species if they are reintroduced into recreation areas.

    ARE THESE GUYS NUTS?

    What I would like to know is where they got these bears that they intend to reintroduce here. If they are trouble makers elsewhere, they will be trouble here.

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    MY  PUBLIC COMMENT

    Indeed,  THESE GUYS ARE HORRIBILIS  RESTORATION NUTS

     Behind My Back | The “RESTORATION” Shell Game

    www.behindmyback.org/2014/06/09/the-restorationshellgame/

    Jun 9, 2014 – A highly convoluted “GAME OF RESTORATION” that is involving the …

    HOW MANY NUTS CAN YOU GET UNDER ONE RESTORATION SHELL?

    A highly convoluted “GAME OF RESTORATION” that  is involving the sleight of many, many hands, in which hundreds of  inverted Federal agencies, WA State agencies, WAC’S and /or other NGO, NUTSHELLS are moved about, and hard working taxpayers must attempt to spot which is the one, of many thousands, with  NGO’S or other government agencies are underneath the “RESTORATION” plan.

    “WE’RE RESPONSIBLE FOR BRINGING THE MORE THAN 600 PARTNERS TOGETHER,

    HOW MANY NUTS are responsible for  planning, authorizing and implementing the HORRIBILIS  GRIZZLY RESTORATION SHELL GAME?.

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    BACK TO THE FUTURE?

    Let me introduce you to MARV CHASTAIN

    Behind My Back | Back to 1492

    www.behindmyback.org/2013/02/04/back-to-1492/

    Feb 4, 2013 – Back to 1492. A plan which is now in process of becoming federal policy ~ was hatched many years ago by two radical eco-freaks – Dave  Foreman

    WE LIVE FOR THE DAY WHEN GRIZZLIES in Chihuahua have an unbroken connection to grizzlies in Alaska, when grey wolf populations are continuous from New Mexico to Greenland, when vast, unbroken forests and flowing plains again thrive and support pre-Columian populations of plants and animals”. So says Forman and co-author Reed Noss, prof at Oregon State in Corvallis, OR.

    50 Grizzlies require about 12 million acres – about a dozen Olympic National Parks

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    Full text

    For Immediate Release
    February 13, 2015

    Media contacts: Denise Shultz, National Park Service (360) 854-7302 or denise_m_shultz@nps.gov
    Ann Froschauer, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (360) 753-4370 or ann_froschauer@fws.gov


    Public Invited to Open Houses on Options for
    Grizzly Bear Restoration in North Cascades Ecosystem

    Public comment period open through March 26, 2015



    SEDRO WOOLLEY, Wash. – The puublic is invited to participate in a series of informational open houses regarding restoration of grizzly bears in the North Cascades ecosystem. The meetings are being held by the National Park Service (NPS) and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) as part of the Grizzly Bear Restoration Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) process for the North Cascades ecosystem. This is the first opportunity for public involvement in the EIS.  The purpose of the EIS is to determine whether or not the agencies will take an active role in restoring the grizzly bear to the North Cascades Ecosystem.

    The public open houses will be held at these locations and times:
    Winthrop         March 3, 5-7:30 pm
    Red Barn Upper Meeting Room
    51 N. Hwy 20
    Winthrop, WA 98862

    Okanogan        March 4, 5-7:30 pm
    Okanogan PUD Meeting Room
    1331 2nd Ave N
    Okanogan, WA 98840

    Wenatchee      March 5, 6-8:30 pm
    Chelan County PUD Auditorium
    327 N. Wenatchee Ave.
    Wenatchee, WA 98801

    Cle Elum         March 9, 5-7:30 pm
    Putnam Centennial Center Meeting Room
    719 East 3rd Street
    Cle Elum, WA 98922

    Seattle             March 10, 5-7:30 pm
    Seattle Pacific University Bertona Classroom 1
    103 West Bertona
    Seattle, WA 98119

    Bellingham      March 11, 5-7:30 pm
    Bellingham Central Library Lecture Room
    210 Central Avenue
    Bellingham, WA 98227

    In addition to these open houses, the public is invited to submit written comments at http://parkplanning.nps.gov/NCEG. Comments may also be submitted through March 26, 2015, via regular mail or hand delivery at: Superintendent’s Office, North Cascades National Park Service Complex, 810 State Route 20, Sedro Woolley, WA 98284.

    “This is an important phase in the process of assessing environmental impacts,” said NPS Pacific West Regional Director Chris Lehnertz. “Public comment at this stage is critical to ensure that all issues are considered.”

    The FWS listed the grizzly bear as a threatened species in the lower 48 United States in 1975. The species was listed as endangered by the state of Washington in 1980.
    “The Grizzly Bear Recovery Plan calls on us to fully consider the restoration of the grizzly bear in the North Cascades, and this process will ensure we solicit the public for their input before putting any plan into action,” said FWS Pacific Regional Director Robyn Thorson. “We will continue to work with our partners to make this an open and transparent process.”
    The North Cascades ecosystem encompasses 9,800 square miles in the United States and another 3,800 square miles in British Columbia, Canada.  The United States portion of the ecosystem includes North Cascades National Park, Ross Lake National Recreation Area, Lake Chelan National Recreation Area, Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, and Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.
    A few grizzly bears have recently been sighted in the Canadian part of the ecosystem, but no grizzly bears have been sighted in the United States portion for several years.

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    LIST OF FATAL BEAR ATTACKS IN NORTH AMERICA

    Fatal bear attacks in North America have occurred in a variety of settings. There have been several in the bears’ wilderness habitats involving hikers, hunters, and campers. Brown bear incidents have occurred in their native range spanning Alaska, Northern and Western Canada, and portions of the Rocky Mountains in the United States. The locations of black bear wilderness fatal attacks reflect their wider range: all Canadian Provinces except the Atlantic Provinces and several major mountainous areas in the United States.

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    Grizzly Bears Are Waking Up Early This Year, and Climate …

    www.takepart.com/…/2015/…/grizzly-bears-arent-hibernating-lo…

    16 hours ago – Yellowstone National Park’s 150 grizzly bears are on the move, according … push up its annual announcement to warn park goers the grizzlies are out.

    There are an estimated 550 grizzlies in the 28,000-square-mile greater Yellowstone area, AND REPORTS OF BEAR SIGHTINGS OUTSIDE THE PARK BOUNDARIES ARE COMING IN FROM MONTANA AND WYOMING AS WELL….

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    THE Bottom line MY PUBLIC COMMENT

    THE RESTORATION  OF URSUS ARCTOS HORRIBILIS, THE HORRIBLE BROWN BEAR, OR GRIZZLY BEAR , IS A HORRIBILIS PLAN