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  • Defend wildlife and their habitat on Canada’s Pacific coast by developing and implementing solution-based conservation strategies. Pacific Wild supports innovative research, public education, community outreach and awareness to achieve the goal of lasting environmental protection in the lands and waters of the Great Bear Rainforest.
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  1. #1 by Gord Lavery on November 16, 2012 - 11:43 am

    Sent to BC Government committee reviewing Wildlife Act changes re Grey Wolves

    Dear ELECTED Politicians and Wildlife Managers,
    Enough is enough!!
    The people of this earth have destroyed the natural balance of life way too much in the past 100 years.
    Now we have Global Warming inevitable; we have destroyed many species of wildlife; we have destroyed wildlife habitat; we have polluted our waters; we want to allow an inevitable disaster to happen if the Enbridge pipeline is built (and due to Harpers plan it is certainly guaranteed).
    Now you want to step back 100 years and decimate the population of Grey Wolves. It has taken nearly a hundred years for them and other animals they keep culled to get back to a healthy balance.
    So why the changes in the Wildlife Act? Because a few of them crossed the border and ate a few cattle? Or was it because you want to unbalance the true nature of things and put all wildlife out of balance and start acting irrationally as we humans are now doing on this good earth.
    Unbelievable that you are so ignorant of the real meaning of life. Wolves (Whales, geese, and other animals too) are families much the same as us. If you shoot a male pack leader you upset the balance of the family. If you shoot the lead female you may, at the same time, destroy her pups. If you shoot other members of the pack (Family) you make the entire family suffer the loss.
    This is the same to them as to us. If we lose a father who puts food on the table the family suffers; if a mother dies her children suffer; if a child dies, the whole family grieves.
    G. Lavery

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