"Derek Goldman with the Endangered Species Coalition countered that FWP data indicates that the vast majority of hunting districts in the state are at or above population targets, and that Brown’s proposals are not based on evidence. There are only about 19 out of 141 elk-hunting districts in the entire state that are below management objectives.”
The game animals are on the run, like they are supposed to be.
If you don't believe that game populations can remain steady despite the re-introduction of wolves, you should read or watch "Never Cry Wolf." The mystery is explained.
-------------- Between every two pines is a doorway to the new world. - John Muir
Of Coarse I read the article. I merely said what the people in that area (trout cr) i know are telling me. That's it plain and simple. I did not say the whole state was in a wolf peril. So don't read more into it that what I stated!!
For your info Mowat was not biologist but an environmentalist. His observations were in the far reaches of the artic alot different from Montana and their preference in food.
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