Here Come The Wolverines

JimP

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Well, the Colorado Govoner just signed the bill to reintroduce wolverines back into the state.

30 females and 15 males will be released over a three year period.

 
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Winchester

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Here's CPW's news release...
 

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What a waste of money. Colorado is the very southern part of their historical range and there probably were not very many here at their peak population.
every single aspect of this nation's government is geared to waste money. the great experiment is a complete and utter failure. it never had a chance. humans are assholes and assholes will ALWAYS trade the freedoms of others for their own gain.
 
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JimP

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Now where in the heck are they going to come up with 45 wolverines?
Don't you know? With Colorado now being a very blue state all the government needs to do is to spend a few million of our dollars and they will soon have all that they need.

They are claiming that they will go to a Providence in Canada and request them. $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
 
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They are claiming that they will go to a Providence in Canada and request them. $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
As soon as they do and find out how much they cost, all licenses and pref pts will cost more to cover that cost....and a little more to cover the restocking fees and whatever else they can figure out to add .
 
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JimP

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With the wolverines the Colorado Legislature did it semi right. They passed a law to do it and didn't depend on a state wide ballot such as what happened with the wolves and just may happen this coming November with cougars and bobcats.