Sunday, January 16, 2011

Mother Nature Lends Alaskan Wolves a Helping Hand

The aerial predator control program in Alaska is facing some challenges.  The loud opposition to the program isn't slowing down the hunt but rather an intervention by Mother Nature herself!  Snowfall has been less than normal in parts of the state,  limiting the success of the controversial program.  This isn't the first time that Mother Nature has created challenges for the hunt, a record low number of wolves were killed last winter due to a lack of sufficient snow as well.  Perhaps the state should worry less about the wolf population and more about why it isn't snowing in Alaska!

To read more about the challenges this year's aerial hunting program is facing from the Anchorage Daily News, please click here.

Click here if you would like to learn more about the what people can do to put an end to Aerial hunting in the U.S.

1 comment:

babs said...

Hooray for Mother Nature...........
Lord keep doing what you are doing. Make the earth and sky come together and stop these idiots who want these wolves killed.