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    Hope the link works. Smells PETA all over it. Since the release of wolves in Yellowstone National Park wildlife #'s have decreased drastically while wolf #'s have increased more than they are willing to admit. They are trying to tell us that the wildlife, ie deer and elk have relocated elsewhere in the park. Sure have, in the stomachs of these nice little doggies...

    http://www.filmsforaction.org/watch/...change-rivers/.
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    A domino effect......................I could believe it if it was 200 years maybe but 19 ???? I dunno. My .02...............Boog

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    Wow , just think what would happen to the whole planet if they'd eat Liberals.

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    Hard to beleive... But I am no scientist!... Lol...I

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    Quote Originally Posted by skypilot View Post
    Wow , just think what would happen to the whole planet if they'd eat Liberals.
    Now,why would you mistreat Wolves like that? P-T-O-O-E-Y!!
    Society needs to stop bending to the will of the delusional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzlygreig View Post
    ... But I am no scientist!... Lol...I
    Neither are the folks that's made this load of Hokum!
    How is it one careless cigarette can cause a forest fire, but it takes a whole box of matches to light a campfire?

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    I knew there was a reason the glaciers are receding . It's because of the wolves .

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    OK,let's go back to a serious discussion. This is s very well done video......right up to the point where they said that Wolves had changed the course of rivers. They had me right up until then because,IMO,they got it right. After that,with that claim about the rivers, my bullshyte meter went right off the scale.
    Society needs to stop bending to the will of the delusional.

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    Actually to a point they are right, and I am only saying this because about a year ago I had a chance to read a report on the introduction and how it changed things and why it was done. This might be a long explanation so I apologize for that. In Yellowstone the Elk population was so very high that much of the vegetation along vast stretches of river was eaten down to nothing. Because of that banks were starting to erode and this in turn negatively affected not only native trout populations but water temperature because there was no shade over small rivers and creeks. It was in a biological report that I had read, now once elk numbers stabilized and were reduced in part because of the reintroduction of wolves there were noticeable growth along these water systems. The interesting part is that the park can only support so many wolves. What has happened is that the wolves have spread to many states where they had been extinct for years which is great. But now the elk population in Yellowstone has hit rock bottom and all the hunting guides and camps are going broke. Even noted biologists are saying that wolf numbers need to be reduced dramatically. But here is the kicker, environmental groups are fighting this and in the US you don't have to petition it in the state that it is taking place. So what the environmentalists are doing is filing suit in places like New York where people don't know any better other than wolves are cute and judges are signing injunctions against reducing the overpopulation of wolves. Unfortunately something with good intentions has spiraled out of control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stilchen67 View Post
    Actually to a point they are right, and I am only saying this because about a year ago I had a chance to read a report on the introduction and how it changed things and why it was done. This might be a long explanation so I apologize for that. In Yellowstone the Elk population was so very high that much of the vegetation along vast stretches of river was eaten down to nothing. Because of that banks were starting to erode and this in turn negatively affected not only native trout populations but water temperature because there was no shade over small rivers and creeks. It was in a biological report that I had read, now once elk numbers stabilized and were reduced in part because of the reintroduction of wolves there were noticeable growth along these water systems. The interesting part is that the park can only support so many wolves. What has happened is that the wolves have spread to many states where they had been extinct for years which is great. But now the elk population in Yellowstone has hit rock bottom and all the hunting guides and camps are going broke. Even noted biologists are saying that wolf numbers need to be reduced dramatically. But here is the kicker, environmental groups are fighting this and in the US you don't have to petition it in the state that it is taking place. So what the environmentalists are doing is filing suit in places like New York where people don't know any better other than wolves are cute and judges are signing injunctions against reducing the overpopulation of wolves. Unfortunately something with good intentions has spiraled out of control.
    But the same thing could have been accomplished by handing out or making more tags available to sportsman bringing in more revenue to the state. With the money behind these so called do gooders, the problem is going to escalate even more and surer than hell the sportsman are the ones that will suffer in the long run. Method behind there madness is to get rid of hunting altogether.
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