14 Jun 2009, 4:15pm
Endangered Specious Homo sapiens Wolves
by admin

Killer Wolf Tagged and Released

Wolves have been mass slaughtering lambs in NE Oregon. In April 23 lambs were wolf-killed in Keating Valley near Baker City [here]. Since then more sheep and calves have been killed by wolves.

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife tracked and captured one of the killer wolves. Then they released it so it could kill some more.

NEWS RELEASE, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, May 4, 2009 [here]

LA GRANDE, Ore. – A joint effort by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife specialists resulted in the capture, radio-collaring, and release of a male wolf on Sunday morning, May 3, at approximately 7 a.m. PT. The event marks the first radio-collaring of a wolf in Oregon.

The wolf captured and radio-collared was an 87-pound male estimated to be about 2 years old. The track size and a second, smaller wolf seen at the capture site indicate that the wolf is one of two involved in several livestock depredations in the Keating Valley area of Baker County over the past few weeks.

The male wolf was trapped about 2.5 miles from the ranch house where this pair of wolves attacked a calf on April 17. Tissue samples were taken from the wolf for genetic analysis. …

Here is smiling ODFW wolf coordinator Russ Morgan fondling the killer wolf just prior to releasing it 2.5 miles away from the most recent mass slaughter site.

The killer wolf happily on its way to kill more sheep.

Photos courtesy your bloodthirsty government.

14 Jun 2009, 4:27pm
by Mike

On May 7, 2009 Congressman Greg Walden (R-Ore.) asked state and federal wildlife officials to exercise the option outlined in Oregon’s wolf plan to relocate captured wolves to the nearest federal wilderness and do more to warn communities of the wolves’ presence to prevent an attack on domestic livestock.

“For Oregon’s livestock producers who are, and will be, dealing with wolf kills to their livestock, the recent wolf depredation of 23 young lambs and a young calf in Baker County poses a strong concern,” Walden said in a prepared statement. “State and federal agencies should follow the protocols laid out for this very situation and work together to trap, remove, and relocate the wolves to a wilderness area free of domestic livestock.”

The problem with Walden’s suggestion is that the wolves came from designated wilderness. They didn’t stay there previously and there is no reason to think that they would remain there now.

A better solution would have been to dispatch the killer wolves with hot, flying lead. That would have been especially appropriate considering the wolves were known mass killers and the Canadian gray wolf population is not endangered, according to everybody including the US Fish and Wildlife Service that dumped them in our midst in the first place.

DumbAss Awards all around.

26 Oct 2010, 12:51pm

dont go blaming all of the worlds problems on other creatures because yu all know that the reason the wolves are killing the sheep is for food. AND WE ARE TAKING THEYR HABITAT!!! SO BLAME YOUR PROBLEMS ON SOMEONE ELSE!!!! MAYBE YOU SHOULD RELOCATE YOURSELVES!!! YOU ARE TAKING THEIR TERRITORY!!!!!!

Reply: see comment re “wolfaboos” [here]



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