Wolves have been reintroduced in the Western States with devastating consequences. Elk herds in Idaho, for example, were decimated from a population of 16,000 to 2,000.

Wolves are very effective predators. They are smart, hunt in packs, and attack from all sides. For this reason, government supported their eradication in the Western States.

At the insistence of extremist groups, however, 68 Canadian wolves were reintroduced into Yellowstone National Park in January 1995 and January 1996 over the strong objections of the families that actually live there.

Predictably, with few predators and lots of prey, the wolf population exploded, expanded into other states, and depleted deer, elk, caribou, moose and big horn sheep.  Wolves also pose a threat to livestock, family pets, other wildlife, and humans. Here are a few graphic photos. Indeed, many believe wolves were reintroduced as one of several means being used to reduce beef production, i.e., cattle. Ranchers and farmers are not alone in their concerns. Nature lovers, for example, will begin having second thoughts about nature hikes and camping.

It seems almost inevitable the release of wolves will result in the violent, horrific deaths and possible consumption of humans, most likely children.



Above: The released wolves can be enormous, up to 240 pounds. The wolves shown above were taken with the new Idaho wolf tag. Imagine meeting a pack of these during your next outing in a forest.

Above: Adult wolves each consume an average of 10 caribou per year. This pack of 25 is capable of consuming 250.

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  1. Bob Sherman

  2. Bob lives in Montana, an area inhabited by wolves. He has witnessed first-hand the impact of wolf predation on elk and other animals. An avid outdoorsman, he worked on two wolf documentaries, which involved traveling 9000 miles to interview the best wolf biologists and many others. He and his wife love animals and are involved in dog rescue and animal shelters.

  3. audio: Conversation with Kirk MacKenzie

  4. website: Rural Liberty Alliance

  1. Dr. Charles Kay

  2. Dr. Kay is an Adjunct Assoc. Political Science Professor and a Senior Research Scientist with the Institute of Political Economy at Utah State Univ. He has a Ph.D. in wildlife ecology and has conducted research for the U.S. Forest Service and many other agencies.

  3. hear: Dr. Kay, Bob Sherman, Keith Kubista and Steve Alder discuss the wolf problem on Walls In Our Minds radio.

  4. read his 1993 and 1996 predictions (which came true): article 1, article 2, article 3, article 4

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Further Information

  1. read: “Wolves: When Ignorance Is Bliss”, by Valerius Geist

  2. website: Delist Wolves

  3. website: Big Game Forever

  4. website: Oregon Wolf Education Organization

  5. watch: Wolves attack mother moose and her baby

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