Thursday, December 17, 2009

The Idaho Fish and Game Commission decided to extend its wolf hunt in more hunting units across the state through March 31, or until each hunting zone reaches its quota. This decision puts Idaho’s wolf population at even further risk than it is already from the premature wolf hunt that Idaho and Montana implemented before wolves are fully recovered in the Northern Rockies.If you have ever been to Idaho,You will know this statement is false,as the snow hasn't even melted in most of the wolf denning areas.
I don't know where these people get their information from,but I can see they never have been to Idaho or Montana during March.And furthermore the quota in Idaho will most likely never be reached this hunting season.
Read further on my site to see the quotas and then go to the Idaho Fish and Game website,to read how many fewer Elk and Deer were harvested this last season.

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