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Might as say welcome to Oregon cause we aren't gonna stop them. If hunters are locked out of controlling them, then we got problems. Wolves aren't to bad if they are No.# 2 on the food chain look at Alaska and Canada. I feel sorry for the hunters in eastern Oregon and the ranchers since they will come in unchecked to start with. We will have to equate wolves on our deer and elk to sea lions on our salmon. I'd rather feed a sea lion than a gill net. And like in Yellowstone the first thing on a wolf's menu will be the coyote, which are pretty tough on fawn recruitment. At least I can understand another predator, but I don't have to like them.
 

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I just got back from an elk hunt over there, and we were close to two packs of those dang things!
we had some bulls bugling and then boom, the whole pack of those things start howling, and the bulls shut up pretty fast. you can tell the impact it's having on the elk, I hope they do something about it sooner than later.
 
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