Wolves Taking Over Colorado Landscape

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Information reported in this news release substantiates the fact that the government has a higher interest in the welfare of a nasty, diseased wolf than a human being.

“Killing a wolf or any endangered species can result in serious penalties, including criminal charges, a year in prison and a fine of up to $100,000, officials warned.

“Whether you are a trapper, or an elk hunter, deer hunter, coyote hunter or a landowner protecting livestock from predators, you must be sure of your target before you take any animal,” CPW Director Bob Broscheid said. “Identifying the target and the species you are hunting is critical and a major tenet of safe and ethical hunting.”<<<Read More>>>