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(The Hill)   Colorado reports first litter of gray wolf pups in 80 years. No word if they'll be put on t-shirt with full moon   (thehill.com) divider line
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2021-06-10 10:21:35 AM  
How big do they have to be before they eat grandma? Alternatively, how big before they can be shot or trapped?
 
2021-06-10 11:16:00 AM  

Urmuf Hamer: How big do they have to be before they eat grandma? Alternatively, how big before they can be shot or trapped?


If they breed, they bleed.
 
2021-06-10 12:51:33 PM  
I don't understand. I know people in Colorado who run a wolf shelter. Where do those wolves come from?
 
2021-06-10 12:52:24 PM  
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2021-06-10 12:52:48 PM  
Shot by ranchers in 3... 2... 1...
 
2021-06-10 12:52:50 PM  
Tomorrow's headline: "Welp, they've all been shot. Nice while it lasted."
 
2021-06-10 12:55:07 PM  
A shame we can't shoot the cattle (or the ranchers) instead.  Wolves are more valuable.
 
2021-06-10 12:56:01 PM  
Why is everything a crime...a litter of pups, a murder of crows, a ransomware attack of pine martens.
 
2021-06-10 12:57:50 PM  
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2021-06-10 12:59:29 PM  

NM Volunteer: A shame we can't shoot the cattle (or the ranchers) instead.  Wolves are more valuable.


What the hell are you talking about? Wolf meat sells pretty damn cheap. Have you priced a decent porter house steak recently?!
 
2021-06-10 1:00:43 PM  
Shot by 'Muricans who masturbate to the idea of suffering and dying animals in 3... 2... 1...
 
2021-06-10 1:01:54 PM  
I'm sure that the local ranchers are losing their god-damned minds over the return of wolves.
 
2021-06-10 1:03:21 PM  
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2021-06-10 1:04:20 PM  

iheartscotch: I'm sure that the local ranchers are losing their god-damned minds over the return of wolves.


They can't lose something they never had.
 
2021-06-10 1:05:17 PM  
Are they auctioning off who gets to shoot them in their den yet?
Or is that more of a montana/Alaska thing?
 
2021-06-10 1:10:14 PM  

iheartscotch: I'm sure that the local ranchers are losing their god-damned minds over the return of wolves.


Them, and the people moving into new neighborhood after new neighborhood carved out of mountain wilderness, who feel that the house price they paid means that their surroundings should just as safe as Highlands Ranch.
 
2021-06-10 1:11:47 PM  

sdkOyOte: Are they auctioning off who gets to shoot them in their den yet?
Or is that more of a montana/Alaska thing?


Wyoming too.  Not Colorado so far.  But part of the first pack that we had in Colorado was shot after moving back over the Wyoming line.  I assure you there are people ready and waiting for those wolves to cross the border.
 
2021-06-10 1:14:09 PM  

NM Volunteer: iheartscotch: I'm sure that the local ranchers are losing their god-damned minds over the return of wolves.

They can't lose something they never had.


To hear them talk....you'd think that the 4ish wolves that we are talking about were actually an army of thousands of Panzerhunds straight from Castle Wolfenstien. It would probably be fair to describe them as mindless
 
2021-06-10 1:14:46 PM  

NM Volunteer: A shame we can't shoot the cattle (or the ranchers) instead.  Wolves are more valuable.


Please find the tallest bridge in your area....climb to the top....and jump.

Thanks
 
2021-06-10 1:16:24 PM  

skers69: NM Volunteer: A shame we can't shoot the cattle (or the ranchers) instead.  Wolves are more valuable.

Please find the tallest bridge in your area....climb to the top....and jump.

Thanks


Why do you hate wolves?
 
2021-06-10 1:21:21 PM  
I say give them a little responsibility in society and see how they assimilate. Get them a job down at the McDonalds in Pagosa Springs. Maybe if they have a little change in their pocket theyll be less interested in stalking and killing livestock and townsfolk.
 
2021-06-10 1:23:58 PM  

BigNumber12: iheartscotch: I'm sure that the local ranchers are losing their god-damned minds over the return of wolves.

Them, and the people moving into new neighborhood after new neighborhood carved out of mountain wilderness, who feel that the house price they paid means that their surroundings should just as safe as Highlands Ranch.


If they wanted safe...they probably should have stayed whenever they were previously and not encroached on prime mountain lion, wolf or bear habitat.

Besides, it's never 4 legged wolves that take children. It's wolves of the 2 legged verity that take children.
 
2021-06-10 1:26:23 PM  

iheartscotch: NM Volunteer: iheartscotch: I'm sure that the local ranchers are losing their god-damned minds over the return of wolves.

They can't lose something they never had.

To hear them talk....you'd think that the 4ish wolves that we are talking about were actually an army of thousands of Panzerhunds straight from Castle Wolfenstien. It would probably be fair to describe them as mindless


And they're going to lose more cattle from disease, rustlers, and price fluctuation-induced culling than from natural predators.
 
2021-06-10 1:29:02 PM  

iheartscotch: BigNumber12: iheartscotch: I'm sure that the local ranchers are losing their god-damned minds over the return of wolves.

Them, and the people moving into new neighborhood after new neighborhood carved out of mountain wilderness, who feel that the house price they paid means that their surroundings should just as safe as Highlands Ranch.

If they wanted safe...they probably should have stayed whenever they were previously and not encroached on prime mountain lion, wolf or bear habitat.


The authorities are doing their part to kowtow to the demands for protection from those lawless, disrespectful animals
 
2021-06-10 1:32:17 PM  

BigNumber12: Them, and the people moving into new neighborhood after new neighborhood carved out of mountain wilderness, who feel that the house price they paid means that their surroundings should just as safe as Highlands Ranch.


I know both groups. The ranchers are welfare queen liars.
 
2021-06-10 1:34:54 PM  
And im sure some asshole wants to shoot them..
 
2021-06-10 1:38:22 PM  

NM Volunteer: iheartscotch: NM Volunteer: iheartscotch: I'm sure that the local ranchers are losing their god-damned minds over the return of wolves.

They can't lose something they never had.

To hear them talk....you'd think that the 4ish wolves that we are talking about were actually an army of thousands of Panzerhunds straight from Castle Wolfenstien. It would probably be fair to describe them as mindless

And they're going to lose more cattle from disease, rustlers, and price fluctuation-induced culling than from natural predators.


Now with data:

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...and the USDA is the agency that has been accused of wildly inflating / extrapolating their numbers, vs. agencies like the FWS.

/ seeing a fox take down a cow would be surreal
 
2021-06-10 1:40:59 PM  
Wolf version coming soon

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Maybe fake, maybe not, but here is one of many sources for the same 'story' aka internet art
 
2021-06-10 1:41:59 PM  

skers69: NM Volunteer: A shame we can't shoot the cattle (or the ranchers) instead.  Wolves are more valuable.

Please find the tallest bridge in your area....climb to the top....and jump.

Thanks


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2021-06-10 1:43:52 PM  

Churchy LaFemme: [Fark user image 640x555]


I'm pretty sure she does bark at the moon.
 
2021-06-10 1:45:03 PM  

maxandgrinch: Wolf version coming soon

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Maybe fake, maybe not, but here is one of many sources for the same 'story' aka internet art


That's shooped.  There's no shadow under the coyote.

/and the pixels etc blah blah blah.
 
2021-06-10 1:46:12 PM  

BigNumber12: Now with data:


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raptors?

/clever girl!
 
2021-06-10 1:58:26 PM  
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2021-06-10 2:04:31 PM  
My brother had miniature horses for the kids. One was eaten by coyotes, the horse, not the kid....but the kid could have been next.
 
2021-06-10 2:08:22 PM  

xanadian: BigNumber12: Now with data:

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raptors?

/clever girl!


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Now who's hungry?
 
2021-06-10 2:10:57 PM  

Myk-House of El: sdkOyOte: Are they auctioning off who gets to shoot them in their den yet?
Or is that more of a montana/Alaska thing?

Wyoming too.  Not Colorado so far.  But part of the first pack that we had in Colorado was shot after moving back over the Wyoming line.  I assure you there are people ready and waiting for those wolves to cross the border.


I was a sponsor of a couple packs. Sickened me when I head some had been opened to hunting.
The messed up part, other than the sickness that drives a holes to kill for fun, is that the return of the grey wolves to Yosemite had a profound and measurable affect to restoring the grasslands, animals populations, and just overall balance to the ecosystem they were removed from. Even the rivers were affected...

Even when the obvious benefits, including benefits that helped farmers/ranchers, these folks who can't get hard unless they can shoot something sickens me to no end.

Sawtooth Pack was one of my packs.
 
2021-06-10 3:28:11 PM  
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2021-06-10 4:13:03 PM  
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2021-06-10 4:31:07 PM  
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Why yes, I own this.
 
2021-06-10 6:28:46 PM  

sdkOyOte: I was a sponsor of a couple packs. Sickened me when I head some had been opened to hunting.
The messed up part, other than the sickness that drives a holes to kill for fun, is that the return of the grey wolves to Yosemite had a profound and measurable affect to restoring the grasslands, animals populations, and just overall balance to the ecosystem they were removed from. Even the rivers were affected...


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2021-06-10 9:37:18 PM  
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