Comments for: Wolves’ senses tapped to keep them clear of cattle

Posted Jan. 28, 2012, at 12 a.m.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Wildlife managers are running out of options when it comes to helping Mexican gray wolves overcome hurdles that have thwarted reintroduction into their historic range in the Southwest. Harassment and rubber bullets haven’t worked, so they’re trying something new — a food therapy that has the potential …

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  • If they would actually USE non-lethal methods this would work. Lords of Nature and other films, books, media would support the evidence saying they work. Wildlife agencies, if you wish to call them that, prefer slaughter and cater to negative special interests. Here are actual methods that work. There is NO excuse to slaughter these wonderful animals that are practically extinct.

    Mike Wagner
    Founder and Executive Director of Heart of the Wolf Organization

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