Here in Minnesota, our moose herd has declined so badly that there will be no season for 2014. Our deer herd is at a 20-30 year low. A lot of the deer population problem is because of mismanagement by our dnr, by issuing far too many antlerless tags. But you know what gets me is that our state biologists and officials have never once suggested that the wolf may be a factor in decreasing herds. We've got at least 3000 wolves here, and they want to blame ticks and global warming for the moose decline. Our problem, fellow hunters, is not wolves, it's people. We need to get the right people into the positions to make sound ecological decisions.