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Ed Loosli

Ed Loosli commented on Hunters, let's get the lead out

Thank you Franz Camenzind for helping to spread the word that getting the lead out of ammunition is long overdue. There are viable alternatives to lead ammunition and the collateral damage caused by lead ammunition is so severe, that no hunter in good conscience should ever use it.



"Special agent Olson tried to impart some lessons during his interview with Simmons, too. The violation, he told the young hunter, is a “huge, huge crime.â€.....If it is such a "huge, huge crime" why were these criminals only given a slap-on-the-wrist three years of unsupervised probati…

Ed Loosli commented on Grizzlies fill out ecosystem

Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team scientist Frank van Manen said... “A large portion of the Demographic Monitoring Area is occupied. In fact, I think we might have now reached the point where 100 percent is occupied.” Please remember that the DMA is a man-made line on a map and not the e…

Ed Loosli commented on Migration routes hit a bump

Let's be clear...The deer and pronghorn are telling us exactly where their migration routes are - not the other way around....It is our responsibility to be flexible enough to accommodate this unique wildlife migration, which pre-dates oil/gas drilling, mining and fences by thousands of years.

Ed Loosli commented on Tracking moose to save them

Whatever the posted Speed Limit is on #22 and #390 it is obviously TOO FAST. The Speed Limit in these key wildlife crossings should be the same as in a School Zone...Both children and wildlife deserve to be safe.

You folks who live in Jackson Hole sometimes have to take a deep breath and remember how blessed you are to be living in such a beautiful place and getting to share it with the resident wildlife - like moose. I live in a big city in the West, where most of the wildlife like bears, mt. lions…

These snowmobilers deserve the FULL PUNISHMENT for violating the Wilderness Act including $5,000 fines, six months in jail - AND - they should be forced to pay for all the expenses and salaries that their rescue workers incurred.

Ed Loosli commented on Low grazing fees are cowboy welfare

Unfortunately, under the Trump administration, the Federal Court system is one of the last bastions for upholding our environmental/wildlife laws. The BLM already has in place directives to preserve and protect migration corridors. I hope the Wyoming Outdoor Council and like minded organiz…

Ed Loosli commented on How about a casino in Kelly?

Despite what Steve Harshman, R-Casper says, this 640 acres of prime wildlife habitat near Kelly is exactly the kind of land that should be kept free of development by selling it to the Federal government as an addition to Teton Nat. Park. Republicans in Washington D.C. who controlled the Ho…

Ed Loosli commented on How about a casino in Kelly?

Despite what Steve Harshman, R-Casper says, this 640 acres of prime wildlife habitat near Kelly is exactly the kind of land that should be kept free of development by selling it to the Federal government as an addition to Grand Teton Nat. Park. Republicans in Washington D.C. who controlled …