Sunday, July 20, 2008

U.S. District Judge Restores Protection For The Gray Wolves

Photo by Murmurmel


With only an estimate of two thousand grey wolves left in the Montana, Wyoming and Idaho region environmentalist had an attorney named Doug Honnold representing the Earthjustic group and other environmental groups help to stop the scheduled hunt of five hundred wolves.

The U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy has granted a preliminary injunction to put a stop on the killing of these wolfs.

Just think about Montana having 147,165 Sq Miles and Wyoming having 97,818 Sq Miles along with Idaho having 83,642 Sq Miles which makes a total of 328,625 miles in the area for only 2000 plus or minus give each dog a 164 miles a piece to live in…
I just don’t understand why you would kill them in less one of the dogs were attacking someone or one of your animals. I must say that these are some beautiful animals.

Read the article by Matthew Brown here.

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