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FWS restores federal protections to Yellowstone grizzlies -
posted 1 day ago
I wish gohunt would bin all these emotionally charged articles so I could simply avoid accidentally reading the BS.
Our nation will fall if laws are made upon emotions; # stop the snowflakes
Idaho study finds mountain lions kill more elk than wolves -
posted 2 weeks ago
And yes, I read horne report and nothing / zero mention / of the inferrence made in the headline that mnt kions kill more elk than wolves.
Furthermore, Hornes study identified that wolf harvest doea not reduce wolf numbers.
,However, it is important to realize that even when harvest is additive, this does not necessarily mean harvest will reduce population size because abundance is also a function of recruitment. We observed a decrease in pack size after harvest was implemented, but this effect was short‐lived; pack sizes returned to pre‐harvest levels as harvest rate declined. Thus, the level of harvest may be more important for understanding the effect of harvest on wolf populations than simply whether or not there is harvest (Adams et al. 2008)."
And "Effective wolf management requires that agencies have management prescriptions that can be easily implemented, have a significant effect on populations, and whose outcomes are predictable."
I would love to see the quantifiable data. If you dont show your homework then the article and opinion of the researchers is inadmissible.
There is a TV program proving bigfoot lives. They have degrees and cinducted research so it must be true.
Colorado's 2020-2026 new hunting season dates... how will they impact you? -
posted 1 month ago
My wife agrees that the butcher option is cost beneficial to filling the freezer- good hunor.
Jokes aside, I like the change. I do have concerns about long term affects upon deer quality? 3rd rifle having a greater tag allocation and moving into solid rut window may reduce overall age structure in time.
An,example: look at Montana Mule deer age structure as a result of rifle hunting the rut. Still plenty of deer, but lacks trophy potential.
Im having a hard time killing animals. Please send me all your grid coordinance to aide in my endeavors.