Nevada Wildlife Official Ousted

Nevada is probably looking for a new director for its Department of Wildlife, but if you want to protect wildlife habitat, don't bother applying.  The New York Times has a good write-up worth reading on the ouster of the Director of Nevada's Department of Wildlife, who was apparently focused on preserving habitat for the greater sage grouse in the Great Basin desert.  Mr. Kenneth Mayer had previously been ousted after ranchers and hunters complained that he did not support predator control -- killing mountain lions and coyotes -- to boost deer populations. 

It is no surprise then that Nevada falls behind other states in conservation planning, despite facing significant levels of proposed development


  1. Love the comment at then end about how college graduates are the problem...because the more education you get the worse you are for the world. Education is what these detractors need.


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