Wolves ordered back on endangered species list
b) If you get a walleye pond full of bloodsuckers, don't you want to get rid of the bloodsuckers?" - JC
Part a) I don't think anyone is managing any creatures, great or small, in the state of Wisconsin since a few someone(s) were given the reins, but that doesn't mean that it's OK to blast every creature into oblivion.
Part b) Uhhh, no. I would spend my time fishing in a different water.
JC, I hope you know that I understand that folks like you only want what you want. When you don't get it legally, illegally is just as good. It's the same oat bag. Everything was put here to please you and folks like you. It's not that you forget that there others in this state, also. It's that you don't give a hoot about others. There's a name for folks like you, but the word evades me at the moment.
Most all of us agree that the wolves need to be managed. I think we all agree that the State does a better job (Not great) than the Federal Government.
We for too long have allowed ourselves to be managed by the Government and have stood fairly quietly by and done little or nothing. Lets stand together in this and other management issues or we will all be standing together saying "remember when we used to be able to hunt". "Remember when we used to own guns". "Remember when we did not have to hide when we spoke about these things".
This is just one of many issues that this administration is forcing through. Did you know that this judge is the same judge that just dismissed Sheriff Joe's lawsuit against the Obama amnesty?
Just my 2 Cents.
"Kidding aside JC, aren't you one of the guys professing to have the utmost respect for all animals? "
Uh, no, not sure where you got that. But, I believe animals must be managed for healthy populations, since nothing is natural anymore. The entire state of WI is not what it used to be, and every square inch of land has been affected by man through logging, farming, or building. If the Feds won't manage the population, then I don't bat an eye if someone wants to blast a wolf. If you get a walleye pond full of bloodsuckers, don't you want to get rid of the bloodsuckers?
I like this idea. Unfortunately, you couldn't buy their hunting privileges back. I can't see how this would be illegal. It's not like you'd being contracting with them to kill wolves. You're just helping a bother out with some unexpected bills.
They are just beautiful dogs. I did hear it's all in how you cook them. Slow with veggies.
Kidding aside JC, aren't you one of the guys professing to have the utmost respect for all animals?
The main purpose, as far as the government is concerned, is the billions of dollars pumped into the economy due to whitetail hunting. For wolves, there was a reason they were slaughtered in the U.S. I completely have a distaste for wolves, but agree that 250-350 in the state is socially acceptable. Not with the likely 1000+ plus wolves we currently have. A minimum count of 660 wolves is useless for determining the actual population in the entire state of WI.