Document Type


Publication Date

Fall 1992


  • The best--and worst--of times: why we must "live softly" if we are to have a future (Paul G. Irwin)
  • Bear #134 update: chapter two
  • Many outraged by brutal Olympics
  • HSUS News gets a recycled look
  • NAHEE 1992 Teacher of the Year
  • Delaware ecotour a sucess: tour members observe a crossroads of migration
  • Wolf reintroduction on track: Fish and Wildlife Service takes first step
  • Trapping in the nineties: who pays the price?
  • A view from the Summit (Paul G. Irwin)
  • HSI Scotland: Sanctuary or death? (Patricia Forkan)
  • International view (John A. Hoyt)
  • HSI Europe: Marine-mammal issues remain hot (Betsy Dribben)
  • Dangerous dogs revisited (Randall Lockwood, Ph.D.)
  • The new creation: an update on gene engineering (Michael W. Fox)
  • Dolphin measures move in Congress
  • HSUS fights to maintain the ESA
  • Congress passes break-in bills
  • Downer bills introduced
  • Wild-bird bills make progress
  • Thanks to one and all! [Rep. Richard Gephardt, Sen. Daniel Akaka, Rep. Gary Ackerman, Rep. Henry Waxman, Sen. John Kerry]
  • Humane-transport regulations issued
  • Hearing held on exhibition animals
  • "Rabiesgate" in New Jersey
  • Carriage horses protected by veto
  • Letters protest Hegins Shoot
  • Spay/neuter bill is law
  • Alligator case investigated
  • Trust helps area shelters
  • S.B. 636 becomes Missouri law
  • Task force studies county program
  • Dog blinded; reward offered
  • Dog-pound dilemma
  • Cooperative effort closes puppy mill
  • Adoptions monitored
  • Horse-refuge death investigated
  • Conference in April a success
  • Horse slaughter, theft are problems
  • Regional potpourri
  • "Pony Swim" must change
  • Increased penalties for cruelty
  • Dogfighters arrested
  • Game Commission keeps bear hunt
  • Crash tests roadblocked
  • Spay/neuter money revisited
  • Rights of pet-owning tenants
  • Court to rule on animal sacrifice