An estimated 10 wolves from Yellowstone National Park have been killed by hunters this month, adversely affecting the park's wolf research program, one of the longest studies of its kind.
"Losing the wolves has been a big hit to us scientifically," says wildlife biologist Douglas Smith, leader of Yellowstone's wolf project, which has tracked the wolves since their reintroduction in 1995.
...more dangerous than any weapon is a face of evil, with a mask of good intention.
Posted 29 November 2012 - 07:11 PM
I swear, the nerve of some people pisses me off.
If you want to pride yourself on being a hunter then howz about you drop that cowardly killing utencil and get down to the knitty gritty. Just experience how quickly your pride and your will get broken when you hunt the way nature intended. >
more dangerous than any weapon is a face of evil, with a mask of good intention...