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  •  This is how all wildlife are managed now (1+ / 0-)
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    I don't know if you realize it but all wildlife is managed by the states. Even endangered wildlife. Even under federal protection states are the ones that do the day to day managing.

    All states manage all delisted wildlife except within National Parks, National Wildlife Refuges and other unusual instances.

    Wildlife management and enforcement is paid for 100% by hunters, shooters, and fisherfolks.

    Just the way it is. You're welcome. Happy to foot the bill for all of you.

    Wolves will stick around and eat it, when they run out of meat they wander, or if they overpopulate.

    No state has ever taken wolves voluntarily. Not CA, not MA.

    Actually MA and NY have both stated categorically that they absolutely will not stand wolves. Why people in those states hate wolves so much I don't know. Adirondack Park is a heck of a lot bigger than Yellowstone. I think this has a heck of a lot to do with delisting if you read the proposal carefully. No links in this diary of course.

    If states wish to they can go to Idaho, trap wolves, and bring them back to their own states. There is a long standing offer from the governor to do so. Now why does no one take Idaho up on it's offer?

    How big is your personal carbon footprint?

    by ban nock on Tue Jun 11, 2013 at 05:09:10 PM PDT

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