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I pose the question "Is a wolf better dead than alive?" Should we allow hunting of wolves and what impact good or bad will harvesting or not have on our wildlife and livestock?
Wolves are predators, and vicious ones at that. Is it important to you to have a wilderness that is devoid of wolves, or should we merely watch them as they feed upon the forest and domestic animals?
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The black wolf seen here is melanistic, meaning that it has black pigments in the fur rather than the regular gray/grey that one usually sees. The extreme opposite of this would be the white/albino where there is an absence of pigment throughout.
There are many questions that can be asked about wolves and how their populations may or may not affect us... directly or in part; maybe you have some of the answers?
It has now been proven that wolves killed a school teacher in Alaska: News Release December 2011 - Now confirmed, Candice Berner was indeed attacked and killed by wolves while out jogging. The full story is posted in: The Alaskan Dispatch
Is there a need to control the wolf population? Do you worry about your own safety when you venture out into wolf country?
It seems as I hear more and more frequently about wolf/human interactions.
Social media sites that have hunting groups in the northwest are alive with reports of hunters being stalked by wolves. No attacks but still, unnerving.
In my area of British Columbia where wolves have not been seen for many years is still wolf free. However, I have seen their sign nearby.
They may never come into the more populated areas, but they certainly will be around the perimeter.
Do you have a Wolf photo that you would like to share? Did you manage to snap a shot of one in the wild? Not many people get the opportunity to see a wolf in its natural environment, did you? Maybe you just had a hair raising experience without getting a picture, tell us about it!
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Wolf Encounter 2010
Wolf Encounter During our Northern B.C. moose hunt in October 2010, I was working my way into one of the huge natural meadows caused by the annual river …
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Twenty some odd years ago my hunting partner and I were camped near the Iskut river about 70 miles south of Dease Lake. We knew there was a wolf pack …
Wolf Numbers on the Increase Not rated yet
On the subject of Wolves: I have lived in and around Thunder Bay for many years, but I have never seen a wolf in the wild until recently. We moved away …
Fresh Wolf Track in the Mud Not rated yet
While on a recent Moose hunting trip in Northern British Columbia I had the opportunity to hear wolves howling in the distance. Well... not so distant …
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