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"Here is the 'hysterical' thing I read to the supervisors,"
Shirl Woodson, Dorris rancher. (referring to
Siskiyou Supervisor Jim Cook's letter.
Letter to Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors from Siskiyou ranchers - September 18, 2012
Re: Petition to List Gray Wolf Under California’s Endangered Species Act
At this time, we would like to go on record as being opposed to listing the Gray Wolf Under California’s Endangered Species Act.
The Gray Wolf is not in danger of becoming extinct. There are currently more than 50,000 of these wolves thriving in Canada. Thousands more are living in the United States.
We live in a time where common sense seems to be as extinct as the wolf is proported to be in California. The State of California is experiencing financial difficulties unlike any seen before, and our country is on the verge of one the most serious recessions on record. Add to these facts a 1994 report written by Ronald M. Jurek, Wildlife Management Division, State of California the Resources Agency, Department of Fish and Game that states in part “ ...the past distribution of the gray wolf in California is not known with certainty...”
Doesn’t it seem preposterous that the State of California is
considering spending money it does not have to manage and
protect a species that is not native to our State, and holds the
specter of financial ruin to the economy of agriculture
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