Media Watch | Scientist Expose The Long Term Damage Hunting Causes To The Wolves Populations

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As we reported a few weeks ago, the Wolves of America are once again in the cross hairs of hunters. There are currently a mere 9,000 wolves living within the entire United States, which was enough to have them removed from the Endangered Species list. Opening up the option for hunters to start shooting them. We thought it might be a good idea to embed this show from The Natural Kingdom Collection about Wolves, to enable us to all know a little more about their lives.

Three of the world’s leading experts share their intimate understanding of wolf behavior. John and Mary Theberge and Michael Runtz have spent a lifetime studying wolves and in particular, wolf language. Against the magnificent natural backdrop of one of the world’s greatest parks, we learn the nuances of wolf language and, in turn, perhaps better understand what they might be saying to each other.

wolves targets again 04 Media Watch | Scientist Expose The Long Term Damage Hunting Causes  To The Wolves Populations

  • Jay Hook

    Let’s allow the wolf population in Idaho to eliminate its prey base and starve, or to kill ranchers livestock; then there would be extermination orders as in the past. Better yet, let’s monitor and regulate the population and keep it in an apprpriate range so their will always be wolves in Idaho. Think!



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