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Author Topic: THE DESTRUCTION OF NATURE: WHY COLORADO’S PUSH FOR WOLVES IS AN APPALLING IDEA  (Read 2301 times)

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Geist, "Wolves can not be conserved in a settled landscape", wise words

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This article points out a key problem with the so-called now "conservation first" WDFW plan.  We simply cannot go back in time.  Wolves do not and cannot belong everywhere they once were.  Period.

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Article is a bit dated.
Only way people will learn is to transplant wolves into major cities.  Otherwise it will always be a uphill battle with wolf lovers.
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I read where the Colville tribe is going to send up to 15 wolves to Colorado next year.  I sure hope that is true

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I read where the Colville tribe is going to send up to 15 wolves to Colorado next year.  I sure hope that is true

I'd rather they send 15 wolves to Bainbridge Island...

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Why aren't the tribes shooting wolves?

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Why aren't the tribes shooting wolves?

The Colville tribe does; probably why their trying to give a bunch away.

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Why aren't the tribes shooting wolves?

The Colville tribe does; probably why their trying to give a bunch away.
im surprised they don’t offer guided hunts for wolves on the res. Two birds with one stone. Make some money and get rid of wolves

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 :yeah: great idea and revenue stream for the tribe.

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The quinalt do it with bears so I don’t see why colvilles or yakamas don’t guide for wolves. Win win for them.

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:yeah: great idea and revenue stream for the tribe.

Tribes are all about positive P.R. 
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They have taken them for a long time, success rate would suck.  How much would you pay for a nice walk on the reservation?

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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=OWKyDPCTASo
Good interview with a Colorado rancher. Don’t know if it belongs here or not.

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Why aren't the tribes shooting wolves?

The Colville tribe does; probably why their trying to give a bunch away.
im surprised they don’t offer guided hunts for wolves on the res. Two birds with one stone. Make some money and get rid of wolves

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