Delisting could keep wolves from spreading

Delisting could keep wolves from spreading. By Mike Stark. Associated Press.

Of course, that was Dept. of Interior’s goal in drawing the boundaries. Kempthorne, Bush, et al don’t like endangered species, nor any kind of wildlife very much unless it has been turned into a kind of livestock.

More. Let wolves live: Wyoming ‘plan’ is just senseless killing. Salt Lake Tribune Editorial

2 Responses to “Delisting could keep wolves from spreading”

  1. dave smith Says:

    If the author of this article is the same Mike Stark who wrote for the Billings Gazette for many years, congratuations on joining the Associated Press. I think the AP is the most objective, most trustworthy news organization. Professional journalism at its best.

  2. jimbob Says:

    I’ve about had it with Wyoming. We, the people that spend thousands of dollars each in that state to see the natural world and wildlife as it should be, are not being heard. Who benefits from all of that money? People of Wyoming. If you have to kill things and change the environment to run your business or do your hobby get a new business or new hobby. I for one will stay away–and hate to do it! People of Wyoming will let these 18th century morons turn their state into another Arizona where the grizzly is gone, the wolf is almost gone again, and Wyoming doesn’t have Arizona’s weather! Intelligent people will never flock to Wyo. to see cowboys and cows. I don’t think major league baseball is moving spring training there anytime soon…


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