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Old 10-24-2012, 05:46 AM   #7491
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Ok, last one, and then I gots to get some of that B-youtie rest so I can keep up with the dramakweens

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Old 10-24-2012, 01:23 PM   #7492
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They got some Red Wolves down here, but they basically went extinct in the wild (best kind). They reintroduced some at some point and were breeding some on one of the barrier islands, i heard. Maybe they will eat the coyotes.
They're finding some of those red wolves in central Mississippi now. Several have been seen at my mom's mine site and in the surrounding areas. They are breeding. I wonder really if it would be best for all parties involved for them to make a come back.
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They're finding some of those red wolves in central Mississippi now. Several have been seen at my mom's mine site and in the surrounding areas. They are breeding. I wonder really if it would be best for all parties involved for them to make a come back.
Well, i was not aware they were repopulating that quickly, but i hope they find coyote appetizing, because the coyotes have eaten up most of the bunnies.

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I don't think they're repopulating that quickly. As far as I know, there's only been a few seen, and there's no way to know of the same one has been seen twice.
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I figure the wolves are like the mountain lions around here. You rarely see them, but there are waaaayyyyyy more out there than all of the so-called "experts" seem to think there are. Its the slow and stupid ones that are seen by humans.
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We have mountain lions in central Mississippi as well. They're only ever caught on game cameras. I haven't even heard rumor of anyone who's seen one in person.
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We have mountain lions in central Mississippi as well. They're only ever caught on game cameras. I haven't even heard rumor of anyone who's seen one in person.
Over the years I have seen quite a few here in CA, but usually it has only been a fleeting glimpse long enough to ID what it was. I have seen many on game cameras though. Here is a link to one of my neighbor's game camera pics. this is about 1/4 mile from where I am.

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I thought CA and parts of the Midwest were where you guys usually kept those beasties to begin with?
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