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Montana wolf hunt, season two

[large thumbnail url=”congress-seeking-to-use-appropriations-bill-to-remove-protections-from-wyoming-wolves” filename=”news” year=”2011″ month=”07″ day=”11″] [thumbnail icon url=”congress-seeking-to-use-appropriations-bill-to-remove-protections-from-wyoming-wolves” filename=”news” year=”2011″ month=”07″ day=”11″]

[large thumbnail url=”montana-wolf-hunt-season-two” filename=”news” year=”2011″ month=”07″ day=”11″] [thumbnail icon url=”montana-wolf-hunt-season-two” filename=”news” year=”2011″ month=”07″ day=”11″]┬áDespite the inflammatory opening paragraphs, this story from the Bozeman Daily Chronicle does a decent job of outlining Bob Ream’s position. Whether you agree or not, understanding every side and position can only be a good thing.

Imagine a Montana with an open hunting season for wolves: no quotas, no hunting tags.

Anyone with a gun and clean shot could kill the animals on sight, be it for sport or for the pleasure of seeing one more threat to livestock and elk drop dead to the ground.

Others would surely decry the loss of wolves and rush to protect the iconic animal that faded from the state’s landscape and ecosystem for so long.

But would the wolves be at risk? Bob Ream, chairman of the Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission, says no…

Read the entire article on bozemandailychronicle.com: Montana wolf hunt, season two

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