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Wolf Seminar in Bozeman, MT

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FYI, from WTP:

WHO: Jim Beers, former Chief of National Wildlife Refuge Operations

WHAT: Public presentation on fraud and deceit employed in the dangerous wolf "reintroduction" program

WHEN: Sunday, May 16, 2010

WHERE: Gran Tree Inn in Bozeman, Montana

Jim Beers, former Chief of National Wildlife Refuge Operations, will address the lies, deceit and fraud employed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the state wildlife agencies in Montana and Idaho and environmental groups to illegally introduce Canadian wolves where they were never native, nor endangered.

His presentation begins at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 16, 2010, at the Gran Tree Inn in Bozeman, Montana. Admission is free.

"This is the first time I have spoken exclusively on this subject of all the violations of law committed by government bureaucrats, non-governmental organizations, Washington lobbyists and political appointees who introduced and spread wolves in the West," states Jim Beers, who worked in various capacities with USFWS for 32 years.

He is probably best known for his role in exposing the USFWS theft of up to $60 million from funds collected as excise taxes on sporting firearms, ammunition and fishing tackle. This money is to be distributed back to state wildlife agencies for habitat improvement and to provide greater outdoor opportunities for sportsmen. (In 2009, the amount divided nationwide totaled more than $700 million.) The millions embezzled by USFWS went into a slush fund used for agency appointee bonuses and for other unauthorized purposes. Beers claims one of those purposes was to provide illegal funding for reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone – funding Congress refused to provide.

Other wolf introduction issues he will address include the improper and illegal manner in which federal and state wildlife agencies justified wolf introduction, the false claims made by these agencies and how the legal intervention by environmental organizations, such as the Defenders of Wildlife, is very much to blame for the dramatic drop in elk, deer and other big game numbers.

There will be an hour long question and comment period following the presentation, followed by an hour long reception.

This presentation is wholly sponsored by Friends of the Northern Yellowstone Elk Herd. Its purpose is to unify those who have been harmed by the illegal forced introduction of wolves by federal and state wildlife agencies and to fund a lawsuit to put an end to the destruction wolves are dealing our wildlife resources.

Every sportsman who hunts, or anyone who just enjoys watching wildlife, needs to attend this presentation.
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How hard would it be for a guy to poison the **** out of those wolves, illegal or not, and get away with it....i thinkin pretty easy...

Matt also i believe in idaho and im sure there too, over 50% of the wolves are carrying a nasty worm, that causes cysts in all of the vital organs (including the brain) and is spread by inhaling dust from wolf scat, and as one would guess is spread to elk, moose, sheep, and deer wherever they are sharing habitat. This is also transferable to humans, this has come about by the introduction of INFECTED wolves, this wasnt here before, and is becoming an epidemic, in canada and alaska they have the problem under control, where less than 10% of the wolves are infected, and public awareness....a quick google search will bring up more information on this.
Im willing to bet there are already humans infected, just hasnt turned up yet. Could take 5 years for symptoms to arise, and that could be instant death.
Good luck seeing them that far. They don't hang out in the wide open very long. They are smart enough to know we are the true top predator.

As much as I dislike wolves, I truly dislike the people that thought we needed them and the people that think that wolves are more important that people. Regardless, I will never intentionally make any animal suffer for my enjoyment.
Good post, a wolf would be very hard to spot, there is no way to control the population with standard hunting methods, they must be trapped, poisoned, or shot from the sky. I think we should lean towards trapping and ariel control myself.

If a person doesnt understand that we are top of the food chain and an active part of the ecosystem, there morons, no matter what else they may think.
The wolves will spread a lot of disease. While doing predator calling a month ago or so, i saw something that could have been a wolf, think its possible they could already be in western oregon?
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