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Thursday, October 31, 2013

Wolves, In cases like this, Need kept under control

Putting this at the top for anyone who comes here.  This is the first time I did not check something on Snopes ,   Even with the Representative's name it is false.
Please do not bother to read other than to know that 90% of such e-mails and  FB posts are false as this one is.



I have always pictured wolves the size of the wolves in moves and the ones I have seen in sanctuaries.    I had no Idea that the Canadian Wolf was soooooooo large.
We have always been told that animals in the wild only kill for food.  Not so with these Wolves.    They are now way above the 100 the government wanted and are endangering people and livestock.   To put a wild animal out of it's original environment is asking for trouble and I am no seeing why people in Idaho want something done about the wolf problem they have.     Look at the size of the Wolves  and the fact that they kill 5 of 6 elk for sport  and you know that the goal that they thought they wanted is not the one that was achieved.  Below is an appeal from the Idaho State Representative.

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This is a picture of a pack of 25 wolves taken in the Weippe area in Idaho .
Each one of these eats 24 Elk per year. This group alone will consume
600 Elk this year. That doesn’t even factor in the “sport kills.”


Idaho Wolves...and a lesson about "Good Intentions"

Look at the size of these wolves! ! ! ! Wow! and I thought
they were about the size of a shepherd dog ! !  Holey moley!

I hope not to meet up with one of these monsters ! ! 


The Canadian Gray Wolf runs in packs of up to twenty wolves.
For every one animal they kill to eat, these Canadian wolves kill about three more just for the fun of it.
The biologists call it "sport-reflex killing" or "lustful killing". The Canadian Gray Wolf is a killing machine.


These are federal wolves, as it was the federal government who introduced them into Idaho
over our objections. They told the state of Idaho that the wolves would be considered
recovered when they had a total of 100 wolves in Idaho .
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Now they have between 800 and 2,000 wolves and the situation is out of control.
Idaho 's wolf emergency is a state issue. And in this situation, the state of Idaho
has both a duty and the authority to protect its people and their property.

House Bill 343 lays out the facts, the argument and the authority to do so. - Idaho Rep Phil Hart.

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