hunter Mike 
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Re: “Mato Woksape Fasts for Wolves at Idaho State Capitol

It is science that is ignored.
Ignorance has been the rule of the land when you speak of wildlife management.
One only needs to look at the several photos posted by those who have participated in the unethical slaughter, and read their vitriol on several sites such as " Lobo Watch" to recognize the hatred, misunderstanding, and ignorance once again from man.
Special interest groups like the Cattleman assoc., trappers, and guide businesses have pressured dishonorable politicians to lie and distort their positions in wanting to "manage " wolves.., and it turned in to a unscientific slaughter, destroying wolf packs across several states.
The lies of these businesses have been exposed.
They first cried the Elk are being decimated.., then we discover States like Wyoming hold Elk reduction hunts!
So, it's ok for man to shoot the largest buck, poach ungulates at a new alarming rate, take more than we need.., but we demonize a animal for acting naturally in IT'S environment.
It's the wolf that is the natural
"Wildlife manager", not man!
One only needs to open their eyes.
Quite sure God made no mistakes in setting his plan on a ecosystem.
Some men seem to think they know better.
Wouldn't want to be them when their judgement comes.
One only needs to follow the trail from where this all started.., Ignorance.
Welfare farmers/ranchers will continue to see their livelihoods fail by these actions.
Hunters for sustenance only, such as I, will not support any of them until wolves are protected, and man is held accountable.
Ecotourism brings in more money than we hunters could dream of.., and you don't see Ecotourist on any
" Poaching statistics" shown yearly in every state, destroying land/animal costing tax payers, and wildlife the losses that come from that.
Only action seen so far is greed...

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Posted by hunter Mike on 12/26/2012 at 8:34 AM

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