Wolves

WOLVES………. Just a few of the wolves killed this year with the Idaho wolf tag. It is just amazing how big they are. Deer, elk and livestock killing machines. These massive wolves are not the native wolf that lived in our area 100 years ago. If you are going into the Blues, Cascades, or up above Spokane hiking, game scouting, mushroom hunting, or something else you better start carrying a side arm. Can you even imagine being out by yourself and having 8 to 12 of these monsters surround you!

Good grief, when did wolves get access to steroids?

It hurts me to see these wolves killed, but on the other hand, These wolves are not native to Idaho. The government and people that are responsible for transplanting these wolves here are the ones to blame for there killing, Tony

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3 Responses to Wolves

  1. Political Agora says:

    “It hurts me to see these wolves killed, but on the other hand, These wolves are not native to Idaho. The government and people that are responsible for transplanting these wolves here are the ones to blame for there killing, Tony”

    Wooo, look at that hunter smiling in image004, looks like he really regrets killing that animal. In fact, documenting the whole excursion with pictures to be posted online proves how hard of an experience it was for all those poor people tasked with killing wolves.

    • n7qvc says:

      I’m unclear why you add my comment to yours, I am just posting about the size of the animals, the smile is not my smile, nor did I kill or have killed wolves. Nor do I find joy in the killing of the wolves. In fact I don’t like it at all. I don’t know if they ” documented the whole excursion with pictures to be posted online ” I’m sure they were not tasked to kill these wolves. They were issued Hunting tags to Hunt these wolves. I believe there are people that would rather see wolves over run the entire country as is happening now in our government. By your comment sir, I think you would have a big smile on your face if it were the wolf that had killed the hunter.

      • Ben Petrone says:

        to bad i dont like the wolf in area where there never were any wolves in the last 50 yrs give or take .The elk deee etc did not know the wolf and when the wolves were just a few in number it was not tha bad for the elk or other prey.but even than the wolf just litierly just walked up to the elk and killed them .As tha wolf population grew it became a slaughter.elk just stood there in herds not even running away as they had no fear of the wolf.there are areas now almost devoid of elk and deer due to elk predation.to me a elk or deer is as precious as a wolf is to you do gooders.Me if i lived in that area and my livelihood depended on guiding or farming i could not shoot enough wolves if they were affecting my livelihood.

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