23 June 2010 Joel Sartore: “It Can’t Just Be the Dollar that Rules Everything” Posted by: Chris Burley | 3 comments | Share: Famed wildlife photographer Joel Sartore — who is covering the Gulf oil disaster for National Geographic — talks with Defenders of Wildlife about the true cost of the Gulf oil disaster and our continued reliance on oil. 3 Responses to “Joel Sartore: “It Can’t Just Be the Dollar that Rules Everything”” cheryl jones January 29th, 2012 We are starting a new publication which deals with wildlife watching in the Greater Yellowstone Region. Published in print and online editions with an accompanying blog, we will post the latest information on Yellowstone wildlife spottings, etiquette, safety, political and environmental issues. We firmly believe that this project will result in very positive advocacy for wildlife in the Western US. We have a very preliminary web site and blog up. http://Www.thespottingscope.co. I hope to get your comments and support. Currently we are tying to get start up funding together to launch this May. Any help you might be able to provide in getting the word out would be most appreciated. We have set up a project with Kickstater to facilitate this fund raising. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1574373108/the-spotting-scope?ref=live Reply Post Your Comment Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Mail (required) (will not be published) You May also be interested in Wolf Weekly Wrap Up Fish and Wildlife Service Holds Public Meetings to Determine Fate of Mexican Gray Wolves; Six Mexican Gray Wolves Released in New Mexico; How Do People Form Their Opinions About Wolves? A Field Day with Gopher Tortoises Our Florida staff members spent a field day at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve to learn more about the reproductive and burrowing habits of gopher tortoises. Wolves are even more socially complex than we thought… In order to survive, wolves form cooperative groups known as packs, and these pack members hunt together, rear pups together, and compete against other wolf packs for food and territory.