Today, 05:40 AM #13
Join Date: March 14, 2010
plenty of black bears here in Idaho. I hear there are grizzleys but only seen one my entire life (out side of the zoo ).
I have no problem with the government putting a native species back in to the environment. What I have a problem with is them putting a non-native species in to an environment to replace a sub-species that was struggling such as replacing the Idaho timber wolves with Canadian grey wolves.
The 357 magnum is my primary caliber, if I seem to talk about it a lot it is because about 1/2 my guns are 357s. I don't dislike 45s or 40s or any other but I learned to shoot first on a 22 then on a 357 magnum.
Other than 357 Magnum all my other guns are 45/70 govt, 17 HMR or 12 ga...
+1, the wolves are creating havoc for the elk hunters and spreading disease all thanks to the Feds. The Idaho timber wolf was not much bigger than a coyote and it didn't bother the ranchers or people. They mainly ate rodents.