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NM & AZ Wolves are really spreading.....

I was researching Defenders.org site. They help to pay the ranchers back for the livestock that these hungry canines have killed. I was shocked to see how much ground they have covered. Here's some payments that have been paid out and the locations. I personally feel the ranchers are getting ripped.

June 1998 - Heber, AZ (SW) $316.00
1 miniature horse (Payment for veterinary supplies treating injured horse.)
June 1998 - Alpine, AZ (SW) $150.00
1 herding dog
June 1999 - Pima, AZ (SW) $317.00
1 calf, 1 guard dog (injured
October 1999 - Clifton, AZ (SW) $1,385.00
1 cow, 3 calves (1 injured)
March 2000 - Glenwood, NM (SW) $2,000.00
1 bull
May 2001 - Magdalena, NM (SW) $1,000.00
2 calves (injured)
May 2001 - Magdalena, NM (SW) $1,000.00
2 calves (confirmed), 2 calves (confirmed, compensated for injuries.)
July 2001 - Magdelena, NM.(SW) $5,000.00
4 calves (confirmed) 16 calves (possible)October 2001 - Hannagan Meadow, AZ (SW) $2,594.00 1 gelding saddlehorse (Compensation paid for veterinary expenses and the market value replacement of trained packstring quarterhorse.)
January 2002 - Eagle Creek, AZ (SW) $1,000.00
1 heifer (probable)
May 2002 - Magdelena, NM (SW) $500.00
1 calf
May 2002 - Magdelena, NM (SW) $500.00
1 calf
May 2002 - Magdalena, AZ (SW) $1,000.00
1 calf (confirmed), 2 calves (probable)
October 2002 - Snowflake, AZ (SW) $500.00
1 calf
December 2002 - Maverick Spring, AZ $1,550.00
1 calf, 1 cow
January 2003 - Duncan, AZ (SW) $1,210.00
1 cow
January 2003 - Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, AZ (SW) $400.00
1 calf
March 2003 - San Carlos, AZ (SW) $1,200.00
1 adult Hereford cow (probable)
March 2003 - Alpine, AZ (SW) $500.00
1 herding dog
March 2003 - San Carlos, AZ (SW) $250.00
1 heifer (probable)
March 2003 - San Carlos, AZ (SW) $250.00
1 heifer (probable)
June 2004 - Greenlee County, AZ (SW) $750.00
1 horse (probable)
August 2003 - Winston, NM (SW) $1,428.00
2 heifers, 1 bull calf
October 2003 - Alpine, AZ (SW) $942.00
1 heifer, 2 calves
October 2003 - Tucson, AZ (SW) $446.00
1 calf
January 2004 - Catron County, NM (SW) $1,675.00
3 calves (probable)
May 2004 - San Carlos, AZ (SW) $2,250
5 calves
October 2005 – Glenwood, NM (SW) $1,250
1 cow
January 2006 – Greer, AZ (SW) $600
2 calves (probable)
January 2005 – Clifton, AZ (SW) $2,450
3 calves
January 2006 – Beaverhead, NM (SW) $600
1 calf
January 2006 – Reserve, NM (SW) $4,650
1 calf, 3 cows (1 confirmed, 2 probable)
January 2006 – Datil, NM (SW) $1,500
1 calf (injured, confirmed); 1 cow, 1 calf (probable)

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It's Past Time

It's long past time to have a hunting season on these vermin.

I'm no "fan" of wolves and personally would like to see them gone from the face of the earth. Sadly the envirofreaks rule the legal system.

Biker

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