The current grey wolf population is over 5 times the original recovery goal set in the 1990's. So far only 4 wolves have been shot in Idaho since season opened in September 1. Draw your own conclusions.
Wyndwolf - you're totally missing my point. Why do so many people think that two wrongs make a right anyway? lol.
Salmon River Red - lol. Do you even know what part of Idaho I'm from to begin with? Science, you're quoting me? You are wrong, plain and simple. But continue, please. :-)
John - you said it.
Eva - introducing the Canadian grey wolf does not make it all "better."
You are yet another uninformed person lumping all wolves into one category.
Did you know that The Canis Lupus Occidentalis (Canadian Grey Wolf) is NOT the same as Canis Lupus Irremotus (Northern Rocky Mtn Wolf)? The former is the wolf subspecies introduced, the latter is the wolf subspecies that used to be here.
How can you "reintroduced" a much bigger, more aggressive species (re:different) that was never here in the first place?
That is the problem. Not that wolves are here (I AM pro wolf), but they are the wrong wolf. Read this article about the sheep slaughter in western Montana (you did know that Montana has a wolf season too? - What are you going to boycott from there?): http://www.missoulian.com/news/local/artic…
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