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Famous wolf shot and killed for sport to “protect cows”.



Yellowstone National Park’s best-known wolf, beloved by many tourists and valued by scientists who tracked its movements, was shot and killed on Thursday outside the park’s boundaries, Wyoming wildlife officials reported.
The wolf, known as 832F to researchers, was the alpha female of the park’s highly visible Lamar Canyon pack and had become so well known that some wildlife watchers referred to her as a “rock star.” The animal had been a tourist favorite for most of the past six years.
The wolf was fitted with a $4,000 collar with GPS tracking technology, which is being returned, said Daniel Stahler, a project director for Yellowstone’s wolf program. Based on data from the wolf’s collar, researchers knew that her pack rarely ventured outside the park, and then only for brief periods, Dr. Stahler said.
This year’s hunting season in the northern Rockies has been especially controversial because of the high numbers of popular wolves and wolves fitted with research collars that have been killed just outside Yellowstone in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. NYTimes



Why? Thank Obama, for compromising on a bill that delisted wolves from the Endangered Species Act. There are only a handful of wolves alive, almost all are now eligible to be shot.

Famous wolf shot and killed for sport to “protect cows”.

Yellowstone National Park’s best-known wolf, beloved by many tourists and valued by scientists who tracked its movements, was shot and killed on Thursday outside the park’s boundaries, Wyoming wildlife officials reported.

The wolf, known as 832F to researchers, was the alpha female of the park’s highly visible Lamar Canyon pack and had become so well known that some wildlife watchers referred to her as a “rock star.” The animal had been a tourist favorite for most of the past six years.

The wolf was fitted with a $4,000 collar with GPS tracking technology, which is being returned, said Daniel Stahler, a project director for Yellowstone’s wolf program. Based on data from the wolf’s collar, researchers knew that her pack rarely ventured outside the park, and then only for brief periods, Dr. Stahler said.

This year’s hunting season in the northern Rockies has been especially controversial because of the high numbers of popular wolves and wolves fitted with research collars that have been killed just outside Yellowstone in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. NYTimes

Why? Thank Obama, for compromising on a bill that delisted wolves from the Endangered Species Act. There are only a handful of wolves alive, almost all are now eligible to be shot.

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  • Dec 10, 2012
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    1. conflouised reblogged this from vegan-veins
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    4. ruhssia reblogged this from kropotkitten
    5. kropotkitten reblogged this from veganarcommunism and added:
      Wolves are killed because plain and simple, capitalists like cattle ranching and mining, wolves happen to live in places...
    6. veganarcommunism reblogged this from veganangst
    7. corey-atx420 reblogged this from youarethesource and added:
      Obama is such a nigga
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    10. veg-anna reblogged this from vegan-veins and added:
      Fuck the entire fucking system. Fuck everything.
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    13. stupidgrin reblogged this from vegan-veins and added:
      god fucking damnit. this pisses me off so much. there was literally NO REASON for this.
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    19. blenderdictcumberbun reblogged this from adoptpets and added:
      If he was really protecting his cows… Sorry, his right
    20. adoptpets reblogged this from fuckyeahcompassion and added:
      Seriously fuck this! And fuck that hunter who’s trying to be a big “man” and make up for his small cock by killing...
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    23. pokemondarkcrystal reblogged this from priestess-of-blood and added:
      Sorry, but I am afraid I’m going to have to throw a monkey wrench into your wolfaboo argument. Wolves, especially Gray...
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      bullshit