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Old December 7, 2012, 06:49 AM   #7
Double Naught Spy
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So to get a chance to once again hunt the most elusive animal in the forest is a wonderful thing IMO.
LOL, they aren't that elusive. They appeared that way because their numbers were down so low, but otherwise like a lot of animals, they tend to avoid human interaction, but are a lot less elusive than cats.

Populations are being re-established and numbers are coming up. Hunting is being made legal again. People are seeing wolves enough to the point a bunch of the cries of fear and need for total eradication has been revived in some areas, even where they aren't being particularly troublesome.

So if the population is viable, sustaining, and legal to hunt, I can't see a reason not to do it for those who wish to do it, and usually in today's US if an animal is legal to hunt, then the population is viable and sustaining.
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