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Rich: Wolf Encounter Memorable

A close encounter ranks among the most memorable outdoor experiences my wife, daughter and I have experienced together. But we weren’t alone and the wolves didn’t advance on us. Bold wolves are worth noticing. A lawsuit prevented the highly regulated wolf hunting season scheduled in Idaho this fall, a situation that’s been cheered and loathed.  I personally have little desire to shoot a wolf. But after interviewing some of the top wolf experts in the world last year, I’m convinced – as they are – that limited hunting would be good medicine for the wolf’s acceptance by our society, and it’s ultimate survival/Rich Landers, SR. More here.

Question: Do you agree with Rich's opinion that limited hunting "would be good medicine for the wolf's acceptance by our society, and it's ultimate survival"?




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