The Truth About Aerial Hunting of Wolves in Alaska

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  1. KenH

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    I think aerial hunting of any kind should be banned.
     
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    On this I agree completely!
     
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    When you hunt on a tundra, the bullets ricochet, and travel for miles. Very dangerous.

    Just a heart-tugging story that doesn't tell both sides. Think with your heads, folks. Not your hearts.
     
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    I'm getting a plane ticket.

    But doesn't the wolf hunt and feed on the caribou? I thought that the caribou was the "sacred cow" of the global warming crowd. So the hunter in a plane would be doing his part in increasing the caribou herd. :laugh:
     

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