Wednesday, May 16, 2012

SDGFP: Red state collapse on parade

Buy 'em books and buy 'em books then they roll 'em up and use 'em for toilet paper.

SDGFP has been systematically exterminating the cougar population that had been discouraging wolves from migrating into the state.

From the RCJ:
The gray wolf found dead Monday morning near Pine Ridge made a 400-mile journey from Yellowstone National Park to southwest South Dakota in less than two months, a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wolf specialist said Tuesday. Mike Jimenez of Jackson, Wyo., said information received from the radio-transmitter collar on the wolf identified it as a 3- to 4-year-old male that was part of a wolf pack in the southeast part of Yellowstone. --Kevin Woster, Rapid City Journal
Dear Goddess.

US Fish and Wildlife Service: sue the Republican-owned South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks into the dustbin of history.

3 comments:

D.E. Bishop said...

I've always thought cougars were exceptional creatures, and was so disappointed that a hunting season was even considered. Rats!

larry kurtz said...

No doubt you've averted your gaze from my sermon at Madville.

The Black Hills has been a prolific cougar nursery long before humans cleaved into its history, DE; thanks for coming by.

larry kurtz said...

Just in: coyotes emerge as wolf populations decline: Scientific American.