Nevada wildlife commissioners might make it legal to shoot a 'lone wolf' though federal fines would remain



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  1. Jon Way Avatar

    It is 2010 and just about all of the state wildlife commission members seem to be made up of the most extreme pro-hunting rednecks you could imagine. It doesn’t seem to matter the state either… They seem to have no understanding of ecological principals beyond having extremists buy hunting licenses.
    There needs to be a federal law forcing all agencies to change their constituents to be representative of the state at large.

    1. william huard Avatar
      william huard

      Good luck> We have states like Oklahoma that pass laws protecting people from the threat of Muslim law. It is nothing but political pandering at the expense of our natural resources

      1. jon Avatar

        When states act like this with regards to wolves and other predators, no wonder why the feds get involved.

  2. ProWolf in WY Avatar
    ProWolf in WY

    This state’s right stuff gets so old. It’s just something to hide behind. Has it ever occurred to these states that if they were responsible with wildlife management and got over these laws and thinking from 1910 maybe people would leave them alone?


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