Alaska wolf campaign moves forward
by Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!
December 19, 2007
According to Alaskans for Professional Wildlife Management, Alaska’s predator populations, including wolves, continue to expand while moose and caribou herds are being decimated.
The group points out: "Alaska’s newspapers have repeatedly covered stories of wolf packs killing local dogs. Alaska is trying to get these predator populations under control, but animal rights extremists have placed a measure on the ballot that would ban aerial predator management. These management programs are strictly regulated and only used in very selective circumstances."
The Alaskans for Professional Wildlife Management (APWM) are preparing to wage an aggressive and winning campaign to defeat this dangerous and well-funded ballot measure.
Visit APWM’s website at the link below.