Ranchers Killing Gray Wolves at Epic Proportions in Yellowstone National Park and Central Idaho

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Ranchers Killing Gray Wolves at Epic Proportions in Yellowstone National Park and Central Idaho

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Ranchers have already asked Idaho... to kill elk also

Ranchers have already asked Idaho… to kill elk also

Idaho Ranchers do not have a clue of what it is they want! They have made that Perfectly clear asking Dept of Game to Kill Elk because they eat to much, tear down their fences…. and theres to many. Ranchers in Idaho need to go to school and learn something, besides walking around with their hand out…. looking for free state aid …..

Ever since the 1995 reintroduction of the gray wolf to Yellowstone National Park and central Idaho, ranchers in the region have loudly complained that their herds end up paying a heavy cost. Lately, as a result, they’ve taken to trapping and shooting wolves at seemingly every opportunity.

Hunters have already exterminated more than a third of the 1,600 wolves that were thought to live in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho in 2012, when the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service ended endangered species protection for gray wolves there. Environmentalists now worry about the danger of a new regional extinction. Ranchers and some state wildlife officials meanwhile seem to be ardently working to achieve it.

The wolves are no longer safe even within a protected federal wilderness: Just last week, facing a lawsuit by environmental groups, the state of Idaho recalled a hunter it had sent into the Frank Church–River of No Return National Wilderness Area to kill wolves there. Environmentalists claimed a small victory. But state officials said the hunter had already killed

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By | 2015-01-31T16:19:09+00:00 January 31st, 2015|Idaho, Montana, Wyoming|0 Comments

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