The wolf is one of my best and most endearing friends ever on this earth and God made them for that very reason as far as I’m concerned! Here is an excerpt from a short essay I wrote a few years ago after a beautiful wolf that actually had not caused any difficulties or trouble of any kind for civilization was eking out its existence while attempting to produce more of its kind hopefully over time in an ever hostile and uncaring modern world where too many heartless and selfish people won’t consider the great travesty they have caused in our Natural Environment for wildlife and how even now with so much knowledge of forethought from experience some people will commit a crime against the Wolf of killing it for blood Sport!
In my Heart and Soul…
I love all animals but have a special place in my heart and soul for the Wolf which one of my all-time favorite authors who I adore, Jack London, wrote about in his Epic Masterpiece “CALL OF THE WILD.” I just think of the story now and along with my good imagination and memory hear the call of the lone wolf in the wilderness which I have heard and had my own sled breed dogs that could howl that way and I cry right now thinking of this! What a gift from GOD the CREATOR who gave us all of this magnificence and I’m crying now with broken heart and damaged soul by what I see happening in this world;
God Bless All of His Creatures Great and Small.
Lawrence Morra III
Please read the older essay here.
This past year Montana’s governor and the Legislature, led by representative and trapper Paul Fielder from Thompson Falls, passed a series of reckless bills aimed at decimating the wolf population in our state, despite the fact we have record numbers of deer and elk requiring extra-long hunting seasons.
Testimony at the Legislature warned legislators that if they passed wolf slaughter bills, the federal government would intervene. Now the U.S. Fish and Wildlife is undertaking a 12-month review of the wolves’ status to determine relisting the wolves as endangered. Currently the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks — in desperate need of reform — has decided to allow anyone with a license to kill 20 wolves, 10 by shooting and 10 by…
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