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Author Topic: Wyoming won't give wolves to Colorado; CPW doesn't know where it will get them  (Read 4118 times)


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Theyíre coming from Canada again

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Wyoming is already giving Colorado wolves organically.

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We could stand to give them some from WA
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We could stand to give them some from WA
:yeah:
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Talking to an old neighbor yesterday he said that the WDFW is in the process of relocating some excess wolves to the Turnbull area to help control the elk that frequent the area.

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Talking to an old neighbor yesterday he said that the WDFW is in the process of relocating some excess wolves to the Turnbull area to help control the elk that frequent the area.

Not true.
 Connect the dots on Colorado.

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My brother lives and hunts in Colorado and he is already in wolves.   Interesting they want to expedite the infestation

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Talking to an old neighbor yesterday he said that the WDFW is in the process of relocating some excess wolves to the Turnbull area to help control the elk that frequent the area.

Not true.
 Connect the dots on Colorado.


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Talking to an old neighbor yesterday he said that the WDFW is in the process of relocating some excess wolves to the Turnbull area to help control the elk that frequent the area.

They used to have more tags in the draw for this hunt.I guess it makes more sense to pay millions to trap and relocate predators (whose numbers are supposedly so threatened they canít be hunted) than to let people harvest elk themselves.
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My brother lives and hunts in Colorado and he is already in wolves.   Interesting they want to expedite the infestation

Theyíre bringing more wolves from Canada, to several areas including back filling ynp.


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Talking to an old neighbor yesterday he said that the WDFW is in the process of relocating some excess wolves to the Turnbull area to help control the elk that frequent the area.

They used to have more tags in the draw for this hunt.I guess it makes more sense to pay millions to trap and relocate predators (whose numbers are supposedly so threatened they canít be hunted) than to let people harvest elk themselves.

 :yeah:

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The dots Im connecting are that the current group of anti hunting commissioners want to downlist wolves from endangered to threatened. Jeff Davis formerly of WDFW is now the director of Colorado Parks and Wildlife. I would lay a wager with anyone that the wolves will come from Washington. Anyone wanna take that bet? It is gonna be discussed Thursday or Friday at the commissioners meeting.
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The dots Im connecting are that the current group of anti hunting commissioners want to downlist wolves from endangered to threatened. Jeff Davis formerly of WDFW is now the director of Colorado Parks and Wildlife. I would lay a wager with anyone that the wolves will come from Washington. Anyone wanna take that bet? It is gonna be discussed Thursday or Friday at the commissioners meeting.
I donít think so.
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The dots Im connecting are that the current group of anti hunting commissioners want to downlist wolves from endangered to threatened. Jeff Davis formerly of WDFW is now the director of Colorado Parks and Wildlife. I would lay a wager with anyone that the wolves will come from Washington. Anyone wanna take that bet? It is gonna be discussed Thursday or Friday at the commissioners meeting.
I donít think so.

That's all you got? You couldn't muster up a why,  your crazy, or I see 3 dots over here that make a picture?
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