Sami Ligon
Sami Ligon

What did these wolves ever do the human population? Nothing!!!! And what has the humans done to the wolves? Torture with gas and poison, torture with guns and dogs (which come from wolves), slaughtered for the fun by sick individuals. Now Govenment you claim that wolves are dangerous predators and we need to protect our species by "managing" them. But here is my question which predator is really the problem? Perhaps you should focus your efforts on protecting the wolves from the humans that...

What did these wolves ever do the human population? Nothing!!!! And what has the humans done to the wolves? Torture with gas and poison, torture with guns and dogs (which come from wolves), slaughtered for the fun by sick individuals. Now Govenment you claim that wolves are dangerous predators and we need to protect our species by "managing" them. But here is my question which predator is really the problem? Perhaps you should focus your efforts on protecting the wolves from the humans that kill with glee to satisfy inhuman blood lust. Because a human who can torture an animal with smile is a sick individual that needs to be locked away from society. Of course the Govenment doesn't see it that way, because an animal murderer is another person to pay taxes and why would you stop your source of income to protect some creature that can't pay taxes to further your corrupt agenda. Well if you keep killing off animals in the wildlife then there will be no life at all on this planet.

Jeffrey Hansen Dc
Jeffrey Hansen Dc

You know if it were allowed, I'm sure there would be many individuals that would cut down all the remaining redwoods, but we don't accommodate such stupidity. Why do so with the management of the wolf?
The effort to re-establish wolves was a lengthy one. Virtually all the crazy objections and predictions didn't come true. What did happen was a restoration of the ecosystem and an increase in tourism in certain areas. The voices that falsely predicted doom are the same ones which are currently...

You know if it were allowed, I'm sure there would be many individuals that would cut down all the remaining redwoods, but we don't accommodate such stupidity. Why do so with the management of the wolf?
The effort to re-establish wolves was a lengthy one. Virtually all the crazy objections and predictions didn't come true. What did happen was a restoration of the ecosystem and an increase in tourism in certain areas. The voices that falsely predicted doom are the same ones which are currently committing brutal and inhumane acts against this highly intelligent and social animal. Whole packs have been killed, some individuals tortured, by ignorant red necks, with low IQ's. I know it's not nice to judge, but facts are facts, these people are straight out of the 1800's. Wolves don't deserve this, the American public don't deserve to have policy handed over and dictated by these kind of individuals.
Most of the collared wolves

Edwin De Vore
Edwin De Vore

The government tryed to kill off all the Indians ( my people) and the wolf is a true friend of my people, stop this , not another annihilation, first the Indians and now the wolf and they both were here first!!!

Donald Johnson
Donald Johnson

They are if not endangered, just over your low hurdle, a beautiful animal which should be enjoyed

Diane Glass
Diane Glass

Wolves have become demonized in the ranching states. Wolves are being blamed for interfering with the profits of those who make their living off the blood of other creatures. When I hear statements concerning the evil wolves killing the poor livestock, it sickens me. Do those ranchers have real concern for the feelings of their livestock? If so, they would not send them to slaughter houses where they are forced to endure the most horrendous treatment ever imagined. Wolves are not the demons...

Wolves have become demonized in the ranching states. Wolves are being blamed for interfering with the profits of those who make their living off the blood of other creatures. When I hear statements concerning the evil wolves killing the poor livestock, it sickens me. Do those ranchers have real concern for the feelings of their livestock? If so, they would not send them to slaughter houses where they are forced to endure the most horrendous treatment ever imagined. Wolves are not the demons here. Wolves just don't have the means to defend themselves in the legal system.

Jewls Ravenwolf
Jewls Ravenwolf

I cannot believe the USFW has bought in to the hype and hysteria brought about by Cattlemen, and other self-interested groups with respect to wolves. We just don't go around killing animals who are in their natural habitat because they may threaten profits of the greedy. The cattle are on BLM (PUBLIC) lands!!!!!! No good can come from killing wolves for profit or sport. It is proven over and over again, man cannot and is not designed or equipped to manage wildlife and the lands. Wolves...

I cannot believe the USFW has bought in to the hype and hysteria brought about by Cattlemen, and other self-interested groups with respect to wolves. We just don't go around killing animals who are in their natural habitat because they may threaten profits of the greedy. The cattle are on BLM (PUBLIC) lands!!!!!! No good can come from killing wolves for profit or sport. It is proven over and over again, man cannot and is not designed or equipped to manage wildlife and the lands. Wolves are an integral part of the biodiversity and ecological balance of the lands. Leave them alone. Stop the propaganda and lies about wolves. Let the wolves live.

Maria Sarti
Maria Sarti

Please, don't kill wolves! In Switzerland we want to have some!

Mary Owens
Mary Owens
  • Maria Sarti

you have given me a great idea, now don't get me wrong I love wolves and want them to stay here but as the saying goes if you love something let it go, so send them to Switzerland.

Yrna Miryana
Yrna Miryana

Pledge taken, comment sent. I really hope the U.S. Fish & Wildlife will use their clear-conscious mind.

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respect life of any form, give them a break!!!!!!

Colleen Mellors
Colleen Mellors

Wolves are beautiful, intelligent, loyal animals with a place in the diverse ecosystem they are part of.

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