DNR reports 80 wolves have been taken so far in hunt
Marshall Helmberger
REGIONAL—Minnesota hunters had reported taking a total of 75 wolves as of Thursday in the state’s first-ever wolf season which got underway Nov. 3. So far, 36 wolves have been taken by hunters … More »
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hard rock miner

The hunters are really interested in learning about wolves...Really. The nut jobs that kill for the thrill of killing have been killing them for years. I think hunting should involve something you shoot humanely and then clean it, and take it home for dinner. The other kind of people with guns, I don't consider hunters. Sick hobby people. The wolves and other wildlife belong to all of the people of minnesota. I think this is something that should come up for a vote to be added to the constitution. Only wolves attacking livestock should be shot, and then by a professional. I have noticed a lot of bald eagles around for the last few years, I suppose our Do Nothing Right geniuses will allow them to be shot for sport soon. They may taste better than wolf. How about a nice eagle head on the wall? Get a life people!

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