We are starting to accumulate so much information we need to organize some of it here...
The North Idaho Orogrande Slaughter.
2007 USDA Wolf Activity Report and Relative Likelihood of Predation on Livestock by Each Species!
When Governor, Sarah Palin had enough and wrote a letter to Congress. If you are getting sucked into the negative
spin about her position you need read the letter to get the actual facts.
Numbers show the 2008 Hunt is Dismal at best.
Mismanagement, Fraud, Abuse? IDF&G
The Truth about our Wildlife Managers' plan to restore "Native" Ecosystems.
John Runft's letter to the Lt. Governor.
This article indicates that as a last ditch effort for survival, Banff elk are domiciling ever closer to civilization. Thanks to this survival adaptation, the Banff Park Game officials have been reduced to “scooping and releasing” calf elk to avoid them becoming unwelcome residents.
This is an art that our own Fish and Game officials may soon have to learn. I can only imagine the next step, first try “scoop and release”, then when that effort eventually fails, what the hell – just release farm raised elk as that should maintain the hungry predator base just fine.
Welcome to Game Management 101.
ID, WY and MT used to have Elk like this. No More.
"Canadian Gray Wolf Introduction into
West Yellowstone." The Real Story you
won't see from the Press of the so called
Truly Incredible from Estes Park, CO. Elk in the Rut.
Gov. Otter's Letter
It would appear many still don't believe there is a problem. In the last Idaho Legislative session, legislation was floating to
introduce an extremely important resolution.
If passed, this Bill would have given the Governor the support of the Idaho Legislature
to respond in the best interests of the citizens of Idaho regarding any contingency that may occur resulting from this wolf "recovery"
The Bill would have given the Governor support to declare a State of Emergency to effectively deal with the Idaho Canadian
Gray wolf population as necessary to protect citizens and children, to reduce the growing public safety and health risk associated
with wolf borne disease, and to reduce and control unacceptable livestock and ungulate depredation. It would have given the
Governor the legislative support enabling him to take the actions necessary to protect the citizens and property rights of the people
of our State.
But Idaho Governor Butch Otter Backs Down.
112th Congress Wolf Delisting Bill
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