by Duluth News Tribune
December 1, 2012 at 6:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
Minnesota wolf trappers using wolf snares must follow strict requirements specific to the wolf-trapping season.
Tags: Outdoors 1 Comment »
Hey great two articles DNT, thank you so much for proving once and for all, why this hunt, as all wolf hunts, are immoral and wrong, and are mostly about greed. You and these poor excuses for sportsmen that you chose to profile, should read Mortimer Adler’s, “The Ethics of Enough.”
Are you going to publish the pics of the wolf that didn’t read the instructions on how to set a snare and that his neck is actually supposed to go IN the loop, but will instead get caught and wrapped around its leg, nose, etc., and will be alive to struggle, or how the snare might catch a wolf pup or some other animal?
Hunting of wolves exemplifies what is wrong with this country, and that ethics and morality are also apparently being slaughtered in this state-sanctioned hunt.
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