Grey wolf wanders into farmlands of central Fresno County — west of the 99

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2 thoughts on “Grey wolf wanders into farmlands of central Fresno County — west of the 99

  1. This is amazing news and photo. But I wish the wolf’s exact time and whereabouts where not published publicly. Some people do not care about specific species, just the trophies of hunting. We learned that by the tallest redwood tree being destroyed by humans, in the past. Keeping the day and time of his whereabouts should be kept a secret and maybe gives the wolf a better chance at survival.

  2. Also, it would be helpful if you included info about the lack of actual threat to cattle. It is rare that they take down cattle or even sheep. Wolves are shy and avoid humans and ranches as much as possible. Not that it never happens that a wolf might take a domestic animal, but the incidence is very low and ranchers lose animals to other things more often than wolves. Also, one wolf is not going to be capable of taking down a steer. They are team/cooperative hunters when hunting large prey.

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