September 22, 2020

Give Them The Wolves They Force On Others

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*Editor’s Note* – The House of the State of Washington has approved a bill and sent it along to the Senate that would give the Department of Fish and Wildlife authority to transport some of the “too many” wolves in the eastern sector of the state to the western portions.

A bit ironic is the fact that the majority of those House members who voted for this action live in and represent urban areas and those opposed live in rural areas where it is known that wolves will destroy it.

But, perhaps this is a very good thing. It is difficult to figure out how to force wolves to live in city areas, but if there were enough of them it might happen. Consideration might be made of forcing the government to create “green” wolf places scattered strategically throughout each urban setting. Forcing wolves to “coexist” with those who are too stupid to understand the ramifications is exactly the remedy to cure their ignorance. Give them a taste of their own medicine and certainly, in short order, they might be looking at things a bit differently.

“The state House this week showed strong support for redistributing wolves in Washington, except from lawmakers whose districts could be candidates for taking in wolves.

The House voted 85-13 on Tuesday to direct the Department of Fish and Wildlife to study moving wolves from Eastern Washington to Western Washington. The “no” votes, three Democrats and 10 Republicans, were cast by westside legislators whose districts include expansive tracts of wildlife habitat.

Okanogan County Republican Joel Kretz pushed the bill to relieve his district from having a vast majority of the state’s wolves. His alternative proposal, giving wildlife managers more leeway to control the wolf population in four northeast counties, has gone nowhere.”<<<Read More>>>

 

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