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Should wolves be delisted?

Do you think all wolf populations in the lower 48 states should be de-listed? Would support hunting and trapping them?

I've hunted and trapped wolves in Alaska for years it great entertainment.

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Re: Should wolves be delisted?
Chuck-n-Alaska wrote:
Do you think all wolf populations in the lower 48 states should be de-listed? Would support hunting and trapping them?

I've hunted and trapped wolves in Alaska for years it great entertainment.

Yes & Yes! Thumbs up We are looking forward to some entertainment too. Yes

Once the Feds get off their duff and do what they promised, we will need your advice on how to hunt and trap them.

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Should wolves be delisted?

Isn't the Mexico wolf still a threatened species?

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Should wolves be delisted?
hunter777 wrote:
Isn't the Mexico wolf still a threatened species?

You mean the ones in AZ & NM? They might be..... Think I forgot about those... Brick Wall,) Defenders.org shows they're also killing alot of livestock.

http://www.defenders.org/wolfcomp.html

go to the detailed trust payments and it breaks out some of the damage these hungry canines are causing.

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Should wolves be delisted?

If that were my livestock what ever was killing them would be threatened.

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