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Sunday, February 8th, 2009
8:45 am
[golden_kestrel]
Hey! I just started with LJ, and I was searching for people with similar interests, and I found this group. I love wolves as well - I think I was fascinated with them since... well, since I could register that they weren't just 'big dogs'. I can't remember a time when I didn't look them up, read about them or just boggle at their amazing-ness. Anyway, hope to talk to you all soon! Wolves are a.w.e.s.o.m.e! <3

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Sunday, December 16th, 2007
10:53 am
[silverbluewolf2]
new in town....
ide just like to say hello to all the handsome wolves here!

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Monday, November 26th, 2007
7:46 pm
[darkmignonette]
Brief intro
Hey there everyone, it's nice to meet you. ♥ Just as an intro, I'm a fellow wolf lover, I'm sixteen years old and an artist. I thought I'd say that I'm happy to find such a community, and I look forward to talking to you all. =]
Cya around!

Current Mood: tired

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Saturday, February 3rd, 2007
4:18 am
[little_empress]
wolf roleplay
Hey. I'm new. My name is Hunter. I belong to a pack on irc and I am looking for some members and people to play pups. We are family oriented. Take a look at our website: www.sweetmysticspack.com and e-mail me if you want to join or if you have any questions: sms_hunter@yahoo.com

-Hunter^
Alpha Sweet Mystic

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Wednesday, December 6th, 2006
9:17 am
[blazespirit]
Intro and some poetry
Hello all, I joined this community this morning, and I thought now was the best time to introduce myself.
My name is Emmy, some call me Spirit, I am 19 and live in Viginia, near Washington, DC.
I have always been facinated with wolves, and feel blessed to have one as a personal totem.

I thought I would share some wonderful and deeply meaningful wolf poetry.

Wolf PoetryCollapse )

I hope you enjoy & I hope to meet other while I am here. Thank you so much. :)

Cross-posted to: thewolfpack, wolf_paws, wolf_eyes, wolf_clan

Current Mood: amused

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Monday, March 20th, 2006
4:49 pm
[wolf_eyes_watch]
hey just came across this community and thought it looked interesting. I am a wolf lover and have been for as long as i can remember. Like the lone wolf I roam alone, I se packs and join but soon leave them in search of something that i do not know. I live by the moon and I wander in great caution. I am 25 in Colorado and feel trapped in the school, job and hope to move to new territory in the next 2 years...
Blessed Be to all
Wilo

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Saturday, January 28th, 2006
4:13 pm
[crazyheart]
I recently found this book in a thrift store: "HAUNTED HEARTLAND, TRUE GHOST STORIES OF THE MIDWEST" And there was one from my home state of Ohio that I thought was kickass. About "Old Raridan", a legendary wolf. Now, "legends" of course pick up their embellishments here and there but are always linked to some morsel of truth. I want to go there anyway to see if its true, here's a link to the story I found online.

the story in full

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Tuesday, August 30th, 2005
4:11 pm
[soycupcake]
HELP!
The greatest wolf massacre since the 1950's is now underway in Alaska. Governor Frank Murkowski has reinstated the barbaric practice of aerial gunning. Marksmen can gun down wolves from the air that are easy targets against the fallen snow. Or they can run the wolves to exhaustion, then land and shoot them point blank.

Murkowski's Board of Game has already approved the killing of over 1,000 wolves. They are likely to increase that number dramatically next year.

The Federal Airborne Hunting Act was enacted by Congress to stop such aerial gunning. Defenders has formally petitioned Interior Secretary Gale Norton to enforce this law and halt the wolf killing in Alaska. To date she's refused to act.

Please add your voice and call upon her to act today!

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Tuesday, July 19th, 2005
2:33 pm
[kenshinwolf]
introductions
Hi everybody, I'm new here. I'm a 21 year old male wolf from Texas. I've been looking for communities to join so I can meet new people and make some more friends and this community seemed like an obvious choice since I am a wolf. If anybody has any questions or just wants to talk then I'd love to hear from you. Thanks for your time.

Kenshinwolf

Current Mood: hopeful

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Friday, July 15th, 2005
7:28 pm
[atrice]
Hello there... I'm new in this group. I just know that I've always loved wolves (and foxes) and felt connected with these kinda animals. There's so much folklore about them too, and I love werewolf stories but also stories about real wolves. They are such lovely creatures, and I (yeah I am obsessed) also love to howl to the moon in the forest. I'm glad I found this community :)

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Monday, May 23rd, 2005
11:35 pm
[crazyheart]

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Monday, May 2nd, 2005
2:34 am
[faolanredwolf]

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Friday, March 11th, 2005
12:27 pm
[_tomb_lilies]
"President Bush has proposed a budget that would cripple important wildlife protection programs. His budget slashes funding for the protection of more than 1200 endangered and threatened species in the U.S. -- for grants that help conserve species such as elephants, rhinos, tigers and gorillas in foreign countries -- and for conservation of fish and wildlife on National Forests. The budget also shortchanges National Wildlife Refuges, our nation's only public lands dedicated to wildlife."

http://www.denaction.org

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Monday, December 27th, 2004
3:41 am
[icepixie_4]

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Sunday, December 5th, 2004
2:51 pm
[bexay]
Is there anyone here who makes Icons by any chance?
If so, could I request a wolf Icon? Always kinda wanted one *blush*

I'd offer somthing in return but I'm not good at anything!

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Wednesday, December 1st, 2004
5:59 pm
[lady_carnage]
Greetings!
Newbie to the group. I'm looking forward to chatting with you all concerning anything to do with wolves, including protecting them. I belong to several environmental orgs but my main focus has been on wolves and buffalo for the past few years.

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Sunday, November 28th, 2004
11:29 am
[lostpoet76]
hi!
um...yeah hi im new to the community i love wolves i have an Alsakan husky and a husky/wolf. I an also pretty new to live journal and want to meet new people so you can read my lj and comment if you want you can add me to your list. :-)

Current Mood: accomplished

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Thursday, November 18th, 2004
9:55 pm
[infekted_exe]
Hi
The holidays will soon be upon us, but wolves won't be
celebrating.

While you and I look forward to enjoying the warmth and
goodwill of this joyful season, wolves in Alaska face a
long and dangerous winter. The anti-conservation Alaska
Board of Game has just voted to allow up to 900 wolves to
be killed by the barbaric practice of aerial gunning. 
This is six times as many as were killed last winter.

You can help protect Alaska's wolves for future
generations by adopting a wolf pup for someone on your
holiday gift list. Adopt a wolf! http://www.care2.com/go/z/18763

Last year, Governor Frank Murkowski authorized the aerial
killing of wolves in Alaska. Families of wolves can be
gunned down from airplanes, or run to exhaustion in the
deep snow and then slaughtered when they are too fatigued
to escape. 147 wolves were killed last winter by aerial
gunning. And once the snow falls, the killing will begin
again.

That's why I'd like to tell you about the Defenders of
Wildlife wolf gift adoption program. At the wildlife
adoption center you can make a truly meaningful - and
critical - gift this holiday season by adopting a wolf for
those special people on your holiday gift list:
http://www.care2.com/go/z/18763

To save the wolves targeted for slaughter this winter, we
need 900 wolf adoptions in the next 72 hours. By sending a
wolf gift adoption, you will help protect Alaska's wolves
from those determined to kill them. Your gift adoption
will help fund:

** Grassroots efforts to stop aerial gunning of wolves.
Defenders is mobilizing Alaskans and people around the
country, and has launched a national phone call program to
the Governor's office. Please call Governor Murkowski at
(907) 465-3500 and urge him to stop aerial gunning.
** Legal initiatives to fight for wolves in the courts.
Defenders has petitioned the federal government to enforce
the Federal Airborne Hunting Act - which clearly states
that policies like Governor Murkowski's aerial gunning
program are illegal.
** Education and lobbying campaigns to promote wolf
protection. Defenders is working to get the Alaskan
tourism industry to pressure the governor to stop this
senseless war on wolves.

And when you adopt a wolf, Defenders of Wildlife will send
your gift recipient a plush wolf toy and a personalized
adoption certificate suitable for framing.

Help ensure a healthy future for America's wolves and pass
on the legacy of stewardship and conservation to friends
and family.  Go to the wildlife adoption center and make a
wolf gift adoption today. http://www.care2.com/go/z/18763

The holidays will soon be here - please adopt a wolf today!

Thank you for caring
predators that serve as "indicator" species for ecosystem health.

Current Mood: angry

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Friday, October 15th, 2004
4:53 pm
[_tomb_lilies]
Wolves and bears in danger in Slovakia!
Slovakian Ministry of Environment signed allowance to shoot to least 63 bears. Those bears have not done any damage and have not wouded any humans. Last year allowance was signed for 71 animals (and the limit have not been fulfilled). Additionaly 3-10 bears a year are killed for doing damages (and we do not complain about this now). Last year hunters shoot at least 112 wolves (and that is equivalent to the number of wolves born a year). Propably similar numer of wolves will be shoot this year.

Both wolf (Canis lupus L.) and bear (Ursus arctos L.) are protected under Bernen Convention and european directive 92/43/EEC. Since wolves an bears live near Slovak borders kiling animals in Slovakia will have impact on the other countries (including Poland).

Your help is needed to stop the slauhter.
What you have to do now:

1. Inform everybody who might be concerned (including NGO's and your government)
2. Send email with your concern about matter to Slovak Minister of Environment - minister@enviro.gov.sk
( http://www.enviro.gov.sk/minis/mini_zivot.htm) with a copy (CC) to juro@wolf.sk
3. Write a letter with complains to:

Ministerstvo Zivotného prostredia SR
László Miklós, minister
Námestie òudovíta µtúra 1
812 35 Bratislava

Ministerstvo pôdohospodárstva SR
Zsolt Simon, minister
Dobroviƒova 12
812 66 Bratislava

Where to get more information

1. Lesoochranarske Zoskupenie VLK http://www.wolf.sk
2. Wolves in Slovakia http://www.wolf.sk/strielanie_vlk.php
3. Bears in Slovakia http://www.wolf.sk/medvede.php
4. Letter about current situation http://www.wolf.sk/listy_pl.php

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Thursday, August 5th, 2004
6:55 am
[bexay]

Casa Di Lupercus!



Ok, am plugging a new rpg!


It's not based in any fictional world other than my own,and guess what....it's about werewolves!
Basically it's some random sanctuary opened for the fluffy fellas and it needs players!


If you fancy it, click on a link and it will take you there.


Please bear in mind it's still getting sorted and such. I'm rubbish, but I'm getting help thank gods!



Current Mood: hopeful

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