Beings as you stated that wolf was collared, the hunter had to have noticed it. NO HUNTER that I personally know would shoot any animal that was collared, tagged, branded, nadda. I doubt seriously he felt any pangs until he was found out and it was made public. I might be wrong about him, but I'll stay wrong regardless of the circumstances around the case. I can't bring myself to Google the story. I don't like things such as that. So I'll rely on you all to tell me if I'm wrong about him and he shot it by mistake. I still say he had to have seen the collar.. Specifically if he was using a scope. Even though my shotgun has a scope on it, I've NEVER killed a living creature with it. Never been hungry enough or broke enough to have to. But I can still see a fly on a tree with that scope, so you'll have a hard time convincing me that he was clueless.<quoted text>A collared female alpha wolf known as 832F to researchers and '06 -- for the year she was born -- to fans, was legally killed Thursday in Wyoming outside the park's protected area. She was part of the renowned Lamar Canyon pack.
I can't watch hunting shows on t.v. either. Even "The Swamp People" was too much for me. Killing those gators in their own habitat with baits and trot lines just hurts my heart to the core. Gators that far back into the wilds of the bayous are NOT a threat to humanity. Go after the ones that stray too close and become RUINED because idiots illegally feed them for a thrill, thinking it's "cool"...
God bless that wolfs spirit as it makes his way back home to the Creator.
Human beings. They strike again.