Comments due today on plan to hunt wolves
Today is the last day to comment on Wyoming's proposed wolf hunting regulations.Full Story
#1 Jul 7, 2008
If there are enough wolves to cause a problem, some are going to have to die.
Sad but true.
#2 Aug 7, 2009
Wolves are a predator, like coyotes, like mountain lions, like black bears, and a stable population can be maintained by hunting them as has been proven with all of these species. Last time I checked there was no limit on bear or lion tags, but they are quite plentiful in Idaho and Montana. People who assume wolves are going to be wiped out by a state run hunting season are sorely mistaken. Just becasue Idaho sets a quota of 518 wolves, it doesn't mean 518 will be killed. People don't give the wolf much credit for being able to survive. They were only eradicated in the 19th century when poisoning was allowed.
For the people that understand the importance of a season, not only to control the population, but to form a coallition of hunters who now want to wisely manage and conserve a new game species, please vist http://www.huntwolves.com for information about the new wolf hunts.
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