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PNW
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Whitefish, MT
Member since Mar 2014
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Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
But let's not get carried away. They're all acting individually, so we're not really seeing a pattern here.

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For those interested in reading, this article is satire.
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GreatLakesTiger24
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re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
Packs of stray dogs are taking over neighborhoods


ChatRabbit77
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re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
So do we de-tooth every wolf because one is rabid? Pussy.


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NastyTiger
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re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
A wild pack of famine dogs came running through my yard, ok.


uway
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re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
I saw in twitter the other day that they turned Yellowstone into paradise, so this must be bs


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LSU_Saints_Hornets
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re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
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Wolves are Becoming a Problem


Winter is coming.


Boks
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Red Lodge, MT
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re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
Ranchers hate them up here in Montana. There's been a few cases up here where they kill just to kill.... They're not always eating what they kill. A few years ago they killed a herd of 15-20 elk and left them there.
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The Torch
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re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
South Dallas has 2500 stray dogs, try hiking through Oak Cliff


celltech1981
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re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
Wolves are the shite.


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jrodLSUke
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re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
You're much more likely to be injured or killed by Bison in the US, but for some reason everyone is terrified by wolves.


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PNW
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Whitefish, MT
Member since Mar 2014
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re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
Red Lodge eh? I'm a wee bit northwest of ya. How's the snow down in those parts?


And yes, this article is satire for those that actually read it


777Tiger
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re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
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try hiking through Oak Cliff

would be more like a full sprint, in body armor, of course


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SG_Geaux
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re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
We need common sense wolf control laws, plus a ban on fully automatic wolves and bump-wolves.
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PNW
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Whitefish, MT
Member since Mar 2014
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re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
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Packs of stray dogs are taking over neighborhoods


We don't have that problem here


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PNW
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Whitefish, MT
Member since Mar 2014
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re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
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Winter is coming.


Some would say it's already here. It was 28 this morning. Snow prevalent 6k elevation.


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Boks
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Red Lodge, MT
Member since Jul 2013
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re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
Snow has been heavy up high but only 1 snow storm in town about 2 weeks ago. It all melted. Rained first, then froze, then snowed. Trees were down all over the place. I'm sure there's plenty more snow coming.


PNW
Georgia Fan
Whitefish, MT
Member since Mar 2014
5109 posts

re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
We haven't had an ice problem yet. As quickly as the snow falls up on the mountains it melts right away. Big Mountain was covered yesterday during a front moving through but this morning it was all but gone.

Cold as shite tho


gaetti15
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re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
Don't ever move to an NPS in Alaska or this the issue of wolves and predator control will trigger you


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CrimsonTideMD
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re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
Aggressive =/= Rabid

PSA #1: Wolves are natural predators.

PSA #2: Many natural predators are very aggressive.



Montezuma
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re: Rabid Wolves are Becoming a Problem in our National Parks
PSA#3 It's a humor website posting this.


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