by Grand Forks Herald
May 21, 2012 at 10:56 am in Grand Forks Herald
Minnesota is releasing details about its plans for the state’s first regulated wolf hunting and trapping season. The wolf season will start Nov. 3 when the firearms deer season opens. Continue Reading
Tags: hunting, Minnesota, Outdoors, trapping, updates, wolves 8 Comments »
I’m a deer hunter but I disagree with the wolf hunt being done during deer season. Here we have a 1/8 cent Legacy tax & the DNR still is trying to fill its coffers at the expense of the wolves. If you take the biggest Alpha males out of the packs & other dominant members you will decimate the packs ability to survive as a hunting pack. This comes from a vet friend of mine who is livid over this issue.
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Maybe we could transplant the surplus wolves to North Korea.
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N.Mn. has maybe 1 million people. N.K., the same size as N.Mn., has 30 mill. Yes the N.Koreans need pop. reduction but the US has already done a good job of that during the Korean War.
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I can see why someone of your mindset would consider wolves for human population control in the North Korean motherland.
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The alpha’s are the teachers of the pack, should not be taken. They are hand in hand like Human parents teaching their kids what to do, what not to do from experience.
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Wolves aren’t human, Bambi wasn’t either. A calf is learning from it’s mother and is killed and eaten by the wolf. How is a wolf more important than a calf?
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There are more calves than wolves in Minnesota.
What’s your point?
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