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    I hate to be this guy, but any place that have elk herds enough to sustain wolves will eventually be affected. It's all a matter of time. Way too many people sympathetic to the wolves to slow down their progression now.

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    Hopefully here in Co.the ranchers up north keep up with 3 S program they've utilized forever. Thank You Ranchers!!!!!

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    P.S. don't tell the tree huggers and bunny squezers.

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    this is an intersting site i found about the sightings around the north west..thought you all might be intersted
    http://www.northwestwolfsightings.org/Map.html

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    sure is alot of sightings where i live. Wondering when i will see one from the house. A wolf did kill a neighbors dog last winter.
    Hound hunters sure have had to change there game.

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    That's a pretty cool website, will come in handy when we head to ID for some elk hunting. Thanks for posting Squirrel tail!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearmandoline View Post
    P.S. don't tell the tree huggers and bunny squezers.
    One of our legislators from the Spokane area offered to sponsor a bill in the state house which would authorize trapping and release of wolf packs to the west side of the cascades in the Seattle area, and Oh boy, did the above-mentioned groups have their underwear in a wad!!

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    I seriously doubt we'll ever see the state try to reintroduce the Mexican wolf here. They resemble coyotes too closely and the state dishes out to much money in tax exemptions for predation control.

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    All you have to do is look at New Mexico & Arizone where it has not been too successful. Lots of SSS going on there.
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    http://www.nps.gov/yell/naturescience/wolfrest.htm

    Check out the 2nd paragraph about the NPS policy on restoring "native" species. Also the 3rd paragraph about projected percentages of prey species affected. I wonder what the real numbers are now.
    Last edited by Alabama; 05-11-2013 at 09:33 PM.

 

 

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