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Idahoans eager to thin resurgent gray wolf packs

Date: March 15, 2007
Author: John Ritter
QUOTE: Taking gray wolves off the list would clear the way for legal hunting for the first time since they were eradicated in the West, mainly through deliberate poisoning, in the early 1900s. Idaho wants to reduce its 600 or more wolves by as much as 75%.

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Wolves are strong and respected among animals and man is probably the only animal who hunts them. Mostly they are hunted for such reasons: It seems fun to get a wolf trophy: and they may hunt cattle, but amounts are very small, you can find more information at our page. Hovewer for business people and farmers it’s a good enough reason to kill those noble animals.

-- Malinda Thompson on December 20, 2018 10:25 AM (view details)

 
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