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Riding for a cause
Looking Back on May 1
The Smackout pack in NE WA.is suppose to be the model pack. Let's make a few items a little more public. Conservation Northwest is paying for the range rider for the farmer. The range rider is the farmers daughter. Conservation Northwest paid the this farmer a very large amount of money for a coservation easement for the farmers property... Conservation Northwest has a lot of influence on WDFW, the same as Cascadia wildlands does on ODFW.
One of the collared Smackout wolves was shot in NE Wa and Conservation Northwest has a $7500 reward for the shooter. Will be interesting if they catch the person.... Ironic though that 40 miles to the east, Idaho is paying professional hunters to kill the wolves. 20 miles to the north, Canadians can hunt and kill the same wolves.
A tongue in cheek proposal to move wolves from the eastside of Washington to the west side should happen. Why ruin just part of our state. Maybe Oregon should consider the same proposal.. Send a few packs closer to the Cascadia wildlands and Conservation Northwest folks.... They're the promoters of this fight....
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