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    I say congratulations to the hunter, whoever he/she is. Sounds like they legally killed a good mature wolf. Well done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKaviator View Post
    I say congratulations to the hunter, whoever he/she is. Sounds like they legally killed a good mature wolf. Well done!
    Hahaha, that's what i was thinking, gonna make a good mount!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alabama View Post
    I read it and I didn't see it as a shot at hunters. He was just detailing the life of an animal he was obviously fascinated with.

    I read the same thing.

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    Our biggest challenge in regard to wolves is how the general public now has something that looks like a wolf living in their home. That has in turn helped the other side of the argument turn this into ruthless hunters killing animals that are defenseless.
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    At least my lab doesn't eyeball me looking for an angle...yet lol

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    I read the whole story and wondered what the story would have been if the cow elk had a collar and she knew her past or what the past of the bison might have been. I also wonder what the past of the competing pack may have been and why there were no females in that pack. I read about 4 different animals being killed but something tells me that most will see that the wanton slaughter was done by the human.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mallardsx2 View Post
    At least my lab doesn't eyeball me looking for an angle...yet lol

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    That dog is looking sideways at you, you better look out.

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    Some folks think that meat from the grocery store did not every have live blood in it. No animals were harmed in the making of this meat!

    They also think that deer will cross roads at a deer crossing sign.

    They will equate a rat with a dog with a boy.

    The pack left the safety of the park. Oops! Shoulda put a sign up for them to know.

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    Luckily plenty in those communities are ok with hunting, open/interested in it, and/or shooting.
    Plenty are not, but I've met many who were interested.

    I have a hippy buddy, totally granola, who has started hunting elk for meat...


    I think we hunters really need to start educating the non's and anti's that "trophy hunting" is "meat hunting"!
    ie., even if you're hunting a big bull elk 6x6, when one finally takes that "trophy" they're going to eat it!

 

 
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