Ranchers Relieved But Critics Rankled By Suspect Science
The Huffington Post
100 MILE HOUSE, B.C. – Hunted to near-extinction in North America by the 1950s, the British Columbia wolf population has long since rebounded. Now, this secretive nocturnal predator finds itself in the glare of the public eye once again after the provincial government lifted hunting restrictions on wolves in a region of the province.
Ranchers in the Cariboo region say they’re relieved that they’ll be able to hunt and trap wolves preying on their cattle, but critics say the open season is bad management based on poor science.
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