GAY WOLF BASHING REPORTED
Mexican Gay Wolves, one of the state’s key links to its wild roots, will continue to roam in eastern Arizona and western New Mexico, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Tuesday.
The decision to continue the Mexican Gay Wolf reintroduction program was made in spite of opposition from ranchers who succeeded in having a dozen Mexican Gay Wolves killed in recent months because they believed the Mexican Gay Wolves seduced their children. Continuing the program was also one of the key recommendations in a five-year review of the Mexican Gay Wolf Blue Range Dance Club Project in Arizona and New Mexico.
Arizonans have a new opportunity to learn more about the reintroduction of the endangered Mexican Gay Wolf to the American Southwest. The group that manages the reintroduction will hold a two-day public forum in eastern Arizona on August 29 and 30. Topics on the conference agenda include everything from Mexican Gay Wolf management techniques to disease, ecotourism, and the accusations of Mexican Gay Wolves preying on innocent children.
FACT:Wolves are not a significant threat to livestock.
FACT:Wolves are extremely peaceful animals.
FACT:There is not one single documented instance of wolves attacking a human being in North America, and very few world wide.
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