Stars Lie Hidden (Wolf Galaxy)by Soaring Anchor Designs
Collect your choice of gallery quality Giclée, or fine art prints custom trimmed by hand in a variety of sizes with a white border for framing.
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Stars Lie Hidden (Wolf Howl Galaxy)
• “Reach high, for stars lie hidden in your soul. Dream deep, for every dream precedes the goal.”
• "It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves." - William Shakespeare
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• RESTORING THE GRAY WOLF
Few animals evoke the wild like wolves. Majestic, rangy and highly social, wolves play a crucial role in driving evolution and helping calibrate nature’s complex relationships.
Once — before bounties, a federal extermination program and expansive human settlement — wolves roamed freely throughout most of the United States. Scientists estimate there were once some 2 million of the animals living wild in North America.
By the 1960s, when wolves were finally protected under a precursor to the Endangered Species Act, they had been exterminated from all of the contiguous United States except a portion of Minnesota and Isle Royale National Park — victims of an unwillingness, on the part of the livestock industry, to coexist.
Protection under the Endangered Species Act helped wolves tremendously. But now, with recovery incomplete, many wolves prematurely removed from the endangered species list, and others persecuted even while ostensibly protected, the gray wolf is in renewed danger.
Save the Wolves!
"...many challenges -- new and old -- threaten the wolves. Habitat loss, unregulated hunting, and negative stereotypes continue to reduce their numbers. Worse still, Congress recently revoked the endangered status for gray wolves in Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon and Utah, the first time Congress has ever removed a species from protection in this fashion. Despite a slow comeback in the Great Lakes, northern Rockies and southwestern United States, these creatures are still absent from Northeast, and southern Rockies." - Sierra Club