Conservation, Hunting in the Middle of Controversy

Conservation, Hunting in the Middle of Controversy

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Anyone who hasn’t been hiding under a rock since the late 1960s has heard about the controversy surrounding the restoration of the gray wolf under the Endangered Species Act. The gray wolf feeds on elk and deer and the occasional cow or pet poodle. Hunters and ranchers across the West and north-central United States wonder why an apex predator has been protected to the point where it is eating their deer, elk and cattle.

Restoration of the Florida Panther has created a controversy that continues to brew amid many groups including hunters.

Restorationists believe the gray wolf to be a part of the natural order of things and widely support efforts to…



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