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Old 12-16-2011, 01:42 AM   #21
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This story is a bit old, but the woman apparently went for a run and it appeared she was stalked by a pack of wolves
Alaska woman likely killed by wolves, officials say | The Columbus Dispatch
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this story is a bit old, but the woman apparently went for a run and it appeared she was stalked by a pack of wolves
alaska woman likely killed by wolves, officials say | the columbus dispatch
you need to COME TO idaho and see the difference between the wolves here and the timber wolves you have in the east. The grey wolf is not the same animal from region to region. The canadian grey wolf they captured and released here is the real deal, it made wild idaho wild.
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you need to COME TO idaho and see the difference between the wolves here and the timber wolves you have in the east. The grey wolf is not the same animal from region to region. The canadian grey wolf they captured and released here is the real deal, it made wild idaho wild.
We just dropped a notch on the food chain with wolves that big, no wonder deer elk an moose populations are droppin in record numbers in idaho. Damn dow needs to give out a whole lotta tags get that under control
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We just dropped a notch on the food chain with wolves that big, no wonder deer elk an moose populations are droppin in record numbers in idaho. Damn dow needs to give out a whole lotta tags get that under control
Thankyou, it is horrible what has happened to our hunting industry in Idaho.
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I wonder if I could take one with my axe?
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Bottom line everywhere they have been reintroduced the deer and elk population has taken a catastrophic plunge. Although it is thier nature to hunt to survive. But it is my thoughts that if I ran in to one or more in close proximity lets put it this way! Things would be getting tough in the animal world and they would have evidently committed suicide! ??????? And become bullet magnets! I love and respect wildlife but there is a fine line! And wolves stalking people is thier signing of their own death certificate in my thoughts! That goes for any animal! Law or no Law!

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Im so glad i cant cc for another 2 years. I guess im gonna have to rely on my gerber side blade to protect me from a wolf bigger than me. Im gonna have to start carrying my tomahawk!
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I wonder if I could take one with my axe?
I have had so many pro wolf friends- until they see one. I have one friend who went for a walk with their golden retriever and three of these wolves came down the trail and never even broke stride to kill the dog and just keep going. Go look at the pic I posted and then think of three of them walking towards you in the woods.
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Heck I think they're beautiful, so much so that I have them tattooed on my body!

But, I know they are dangerous (that's part of their beauty) and I like a challenge.
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I've been wanting a bear skin coat, but I may have to rethink that.
Hey now, don't discount the water-shedding warmth only real hand-skinned bear can provide; though, you could go for a wolf lining.
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