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Transcript of Wolves
(Hanging Flags on a Wire) Any loud noises A very tight and tall barbed wire fence An electric fence Populations of wolves Diamond Pack: 10 wolves Huckleberry Pack: About 7 wolves Lookout Pack: About 2 wolves Salmo Pack: About 2 wolves Smackout Pack: 5 wolves Teanaway Pack: 7 wolves Wedge Pack: Only 1 wolf seen (More Suspected) Total: About 34 wolves Washington's plan Wolf Recovery: They want to spread 15 breeding pairs across Washington to have an equal amount of wolves around. Livestock Protection: They are establishing new lethal (If necessary) and non-lethal ways to manage wolves. Wildlife Protection: They will use lethal and non-lethal methods to control wolves in areas that populations of wildlife starts to get to low. Map/Model My Opinion on Wolves: Wolves don't really effect me since I'm not a rancher. Although thinking of how it effects other people I think wolves are not bad. They barely even touch livestock and when they do you just have to keep them under control. They even bring in more money for tourism. I don't think wolves are bad at all. However I think Washington should have a hunting season to keep wolves under control. Bibliography: http://wdfw.wa.gov/conservation/gray_wolf/ Return to the Wild; Modern Tale of Wolf and Man http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2010/03/wolf-wars/wolf-illustration Radio Collars