December 5, 2019

Susie’s Not Quite What She Used to Be

While hanging out with a few wolves, Susie learned the hard way about democracy.

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Coyote Defenders Echo Chamber

Jim Beers has put so aptly in his descriptive title given to what has happened to wildlife management in this country – Romance Biology wedded with Environmental Voodoo.

Because of this wedding, the offspring are mentally challenged – we used to call it retarded. And thus, perhaps it’s time to renew the Coyote Defenders Bingo (see card below).

Apparently coyotes attacked two dogs near Manchester, CT leaving one dog with several injuries and is still under veterinary care.

So what do officials for the DEEP say about this event? It’s whelping season.

Here’s the echo chamber:

Coyotes Spotted Attacking Two Dogs in Manchester

Two Dogs Attacked by Coyotes in Manchester

Coyotes Attack Two Dogs

Dogs Attacked by Coyotes in Manchester

Below is a Coyote Defenders bingo card. To play is simple. Each time you read or hear of stupid excuses used to protect the coyote, find the excuse on the card and “X” it off. Once you’ve filled up the card with “Xs” you should have come to realize the ignorance and stupidity – the result of the marital bliss of Romance Biology and Environmental VooDoo.

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Is Florida Becoming Large Predator Save Zone?

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One has to wonder, with increasing reports of encounters in Florida between humans and black bears and mountain lions, whether, like in most places where animal perverts think there should be more than one in everyone’s back yard, there are too many, with plans to grow even more.

Recently, captured on video, was someone walking on the elevated wooden walkways of Corkscrew Swamp in southern Florida, who encountered a mountain lion walking, mostly unconcerned, and coming straight at them. The “panther,” as those who have swallowed the myth that it’s a “distinct” subspecies of the mountain lion, became a bit nervous but hurried right on by, fortunately, without stopping for a better look or a taste of some human flesh.

I recall visiting one of these Florida “parks” and asking an attendant if these elevated trails, often winding through dense forest, and in particular mangroves, became a convenient “game trail” for critters of the forest. I was looked at like I had mountain lion dung in my mouth.

I know from the many, many years of being in the woods that animals create their own trails. Why? Other than what might be somewhat obvious to some, (some don’t even suspect) animals like and choose the path of least resistance. Duh? While in the middle of a dense forest, what better way for a mountain lion to get from point A to point B than to take I-95 (a made-up name for the boardwalk – keep up) that crosses the swamp and forest.

But don’t go look.

We are now getting reports of the “YUGE” success of the “conservation” (overprotection) of the black bear. Official estimates (which means this is the only number officials are willing to make public) are Florida now has 4,350 bears (probably at least 6,000). Granted, Florida is a large state encompassing about 65,750 square miles. But, the state also has close to 20,000,000 residents and far more than that when the “Snowbirds” arrive. As bear populations grow, along with human population growth, Florida residents should expect to have increased encounters with bears and mountain lions.

Just this week, an elementary school in Lee County went into “lockdown” because of a bear roaming the neighborhood.

Expect more!

*Update*

Get More!

A Fort Myers, Florida man discovers a “panther” sitting on his porch. Nice!

 

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Wolves kill cattle in Absarokee area; Wildlife Services looks to eradicate pack

Two yearling heifers were killed by wolves near Absarokee on March 25, prompting Wildlife Services to set leg-hold snares near the cattle carcasses.The same Rosebud pack killed a yearling on a neighboring ranch along Fiddler Creek at the base of the Beartooth Front two months ago, according to John Steuber, state director of Montana Wildlife Services. The pack was also blamed for killing two calves last year — one in May and one in July.

Source: Wolves kill cattle in Absarokee area; Wildlife Services looks to eradicate pack | Outdoors | billingsgazette.com

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UPDATE: Three attacks by Oregon wolf pack could spur lethal action

*Editor’s Note* – Isn’t this more proof that once a PACK has learned to get its food by killing livestock, the entire PACK should be removed/killed? GASP!

Three attacks on livestock by a wolf pack in northeast Oregon this month could lead to lethal action against the Imnaha Pack.

Source: UPDATE: Three attacks by Oregon wolf pack could spur lethal action

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Pack of wolves attack man in dogsled in Russian national park

*Editor’s Note* – And remember, according to the wolf lovers, wolves don’t seek out man and attacks are rare. Also, the musher will be blamed for disrupting the peaceful existence of the wolves.

A pack of wolves attacked a dogsled with a man in Beringia National Park in Chukotka, Russia’s Far East. Such an incident has happened in the park for the first time, a message posted on the website of the natural-ethnic National Park said.

The incident occurred on March 9, when a highly experienced musher Mikhail Telpin, a winner of Russian and International sled dog races, was riding a team of dogs in Penkigney bay area. All of a sudden, a pack of wolves appeared on the way – two adults and three juveniles.

Source: Pack of wolves attack man in dogsled in Russian national park – PravdaReport

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Farmer: Coyote attack kills five steers near Birnamwood 

*Editor’s Comment* – A common expression many of us often hear when we are relaying stupidity: “You can’t make this stuff up.” I used to believe that but no longer. It is “made up,” in one sense of its meaning. The stupidity, actually ignorance, is made up. It’s created by man and promoted by man – men blind with ignorance and bred to never question.

Now we have a story of a “pack of coyotes” killing five steers in Wisconsin and it is believed to be fact. Because it was not a “protected” predator, i.e. wolf, no compensation will come to the owner of the livestock.

But here’s the deal. The United States has become an animal perverted society. By that I mean, everyone loves animals more than humans. Everyone has a dog, or six, that they live with, sleep with, cuddle with, eat with, are intimate with, are cared for better than humans, etc. In these people’s tiny, mentally ill minds, all animals are fun and cute and must be protected. Dogs seem to be at the root of the perversion.

Dogs are dogs and any dog, presented with the right set of circumstances – the circumstances of which are easy to create – will copulate with another dog. It matters not whether that dog is feral or domestic, wolf or coyote, wolf or domestic dog, coyote or domestic dog, the act happens. And, the act is happening more and more the more that the perverted citizens of this country continue to think all of these canines are cute and cuddly and need protecting.

It has become so bad, the ignorance and blind perversion that is, that I saw a photograph recently that someone claimed to have taken that showed it to be a “wolf.” The “wolf” was a mongrel with obvious white poodle genes. (This is another example of “made-up” intelligence.)

So long as the perverts want to continue to protect all animals, and in this case all “puppies” then they should be required to pay for their perversion.  Any dog, it matters not what year, make or model, tame or wild, that causes damage to anyone for any reason, that person will be compensated in an equitable manner. Licensing of dogs should cost no less that $250.00 per animal to cover the property loss and destruction. This will be adjusted up or down as the need calls.

Where any animal that resembles a dog can be a wolf, no animal the resembles a wolf can be a wolf if it does something bad. These perverts want to protect doggies then let them pay for it. If the price tag gets high enough, maybe they will think…..there I go again thinking they would think.

A coyote attack killed five Black Angus yearling steers, but the farmers who own them said Wednesday they worry wolves could have been involved.

Source: Farmer: Coyote attack kills five steers near Birnamwood – WAOW – Newsline 9, Wausau News, Weather, Sports

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Hybrid Wolves Attack and Kill Mini-Horse on Ranch Near Riverside

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Watch out for wolves, Yukon government warns

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*Editor’s Comment* – Does anyone else actually find that a government’s decision to play with the lives of other men and women, by “hope[ing]” that “other animals…will be cautious?”

Curse the government and those that worship that government for placing a greater value on that of a wolf over that of a man. Sometime…the judgement.

“What we do now is once we killed one animal we just wait and see if there are other incidents reported,” he said.

“This may have created enough fear, kind of an aversive conditioning effect, if you will, on the other animals that it will be cautious around people. That would be the hope.”

Source: Watch out for wolves, Yukon government warns – North – CBC News

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Wolves preying on dogs in Whitehorse area

“Over time, sooner or later, there’s going to be wolves in the area, and they will certainly look towards dogs as prey.

“Bakica said there are likely more dogs that have gone missing but it hasn’t been reported because the owners feel responsible.

Source: Wolves preying on dogs in Whitehorse area – North – CBC News

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