there's no room for wolves in the lower 48. honestly I wish there was because that would mean we had a surplus of wild spaces and game with plenty of room for this super predator with out devastating affects. now im as nostalgic as the next guy but im also realistic and this is NOT the world we live in. the wolves that are "moving" in are part of a agenda that has nothing to do with recovery of wolves or management of any other game. but keep believing every thing the U.S government tells you about a healthy eco system
as soon as they accept humans as prey things will work out either by an assault on their population by us or on our population by them, im ok with either...
the let nature take its course option is somewhat ironic. if the U.S.F.W service had done that there would be no wolves in the lower 48. i wonder to who ever voted for that if they think "nature taking its course" involves a cage in the back of a pick up in the middle of Yellowstone?
I'd love to see them ALL gone. Unfortunately mike, littlebuf, and I live in a state that will give wolves more rights than humans. The DFW will not represent tax paying sportsmen over special interest. With that said, I would NEVER turn in a person (even if I didn't like them) whom I caught poaching a wolf.