One of the park rangers had a picture of the pack when I went in for a trail map (the pics were of that year) and the pups were sooooo cute not to mention the adults were so amazing it was really nice of him to show me them!
EXACTLY! My point! And I was so lucky when I went camping in WI and camping in Govener Dodge to hear a pack of wolves howling (judging by the howl it was a small pack of 5 with 3 pups). Hearing the pups howl was so cute!
Yes, I had never heard a wolf howl but every animal has its pros and cons. A wolf for example, hunts livestock to keep the numbers of elk and deer from increasing to a dangerous level. And wolves sometimes die of hunger so they're numbers don't increase also. Which explains why they're are certain sicknesses that nothing can heal. (Well not nothing, people haven't found the cure but whatever. ) But I thinks it's just wrong that hunters kill wolves for no reason! Have they done anything to the hunters that were harmful? I don't think so!
EXACTLY! And with the relocation program to get them back into the wild they are attacking live stock less and less due to a stable food source from elk, deer and other wildlife! Yes I will admit that I can understand that in the rare case of a sick wolf invaiding a property and shows signs of attacking people then some things have to be done, BUT just because I understand their point of view does not mean that I am happy about it! I have truly heard wolves howl and that was a magical experience one that I hope I can have again!