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State agriculture officials said Tuesday that trappers are searching to capture and kill a wolf that killed a livestock animal in Rich County likely sometime over the weekend.
Riiight. Wolves know those imaginary lines humans called borders. Good grief! You’ve drank the kool aid...Thats only because your ignorant on the issue. you should try educating yourself. wolves were native to Utah, and many other western states, just not the same wolves that were introduced into yellowstone, and have spread like a virus.
Do a little research on the topic, google southern rocky mountain wolf. dig deep, not only will you find that Utahs wolves were killed into extinction, in the 1930s, you will also find, that the northern rocky mountain wolf, never existed, until after the introduction of canadian grey wolves. at which point the pro wolf group created the classification.
there is also some evidence that the mexican red wolf inhabited parts of southern utah at one time in history.
whenever i hear the blanket statement that wolves are native to utah,, can't help but think " here's your sign "
Cool story. Because that’s what it is, a story.slightly, borders, and. boundries for wildlife, exist as their habitat. As.hunters we use this information to our advantage, to harvest them.
when utah had native wolves, they were smaller in size, smaller pack, and drastically smaller range. their habitat restricted and influenced all these traits. simply put. they stayed in an area that gave them the food, cover, and a means of traveling between them.
the reason canadian grey wolves didnt inhabit utah, is simple, and 1 animal can define the reason. ELK. canadian wolves have large tracks of habitat that include large numbers of prey animals, moose and carano.
Need to change your handle name too.Canadian wolves don’t eat Alaska moose rookie. They eat Canadian moose. Alaska wolves are a different species according to your logic of borders etc.
For you reading so much your spelling is lacking. Or do you just look at wolf propaganda literature?
So what your thoughts on mountain goats in Utah? Do they get a pass for you?
I’m just trying to read into your logic. Why would you care if something kills a cow which is not native to Utah? A Canadian gray wolf is more native than a focking cow. You should be happy the wolves are willing to slum down to the level of eating livestock. Maybe we need to transplant some canadian cows to Utah...