No related posts.
Eaten themselves outta elk and deer and anything else they can chomp down on right to the bitter end as sane minds predicted would happen if control efforts were not implemented. The control efforts were late, and aren’t good enough, thus as the hunting regulations have shown us for years now, the once abundant big game resource has returned to the well documented scarcity of the late 19th Century. How does the scarcity help wild carnivores? They become scarce.
I know you are concerned with the increase in coyotes in urban areas. Here is an interesting read written by Jon Way who lives in eastern Massachusetts and Todd Wilkinson, who is a resident of Montana, regarding elk populations around Yellowstone National Park as conveyed by outfitters in the area.
Besides Way being a kook with a Post hole Digger in his back pocket, wouldn’t it be nice if we could share our opinions,beliefs,perspectives, links, and other compelling arguments, at Ways or even Maughan’s site, which Harley frequents more than she does here, and has quite likely seen the Way article, as you certainly know yet you boldly do it here in our face, with only the purpose of irritating and aggravating, with a rub in the face, which consequently only causes myself to laugh as I see right through your vindictiveness, your point being your info is of value and we are censored from those sites because ours is not. You’re about as Amoral as it gets.
I saw that one, very interesting.
Great news, 10 wolves have been killed in the Yellowstone region..
Keep up with my blog. Just enter your email address to receive updates when new posts are published.
skinnymoose.com © 2017 Carbon Media Group Outdoors