Anti-hunters are howling mad

Ford, John
May 2005
Ontario Out of Doors;May2005, Vol. 37 Issue 4, Angler & Hunter HOTLINE p3
The article reports that the these days the topic of wolves can provoke a disturbing amount of misinformation, particularly among hunters and farmers. Unfortunately, as half truths and confusion spreads, attention is driven away from the fact that anti-hunters are howling mad over Ontario Federation of Anglers & Hunters success in saving wolf and coyote hunting. Unlike the kind of strictly political decisions like the cancellation of the spring bear hunt, or the banning wolf or coyote hunting around Algonquin Park, the province outlined a proposal with the elements the hunting community should demand in a sound wildlife management plan.


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