Living with Wolves

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westcocanuck2
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Living with Wolves

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:what?
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Woody Meristem
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Impressive. We sure do need a few here in northcentral Pennsylvania to get the deer herd back to a density where our forests would be healthy enough to support white trilliums and wood thrush and snowshoe hares.
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:what?
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Awesome sound... cool post Gary .. I agree .. they have a love hate relationship in some instances ..


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I know I would love it -- but a lot of folks in this overpopulated state would go bananas. Moe often I get to hear coyote choruses. I just have to yodel a little and my dog does his best wolf imitation.
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I know I would love it -- but a lot of folks in this overpopulated state would go bananas. Moe often I get to hear coyote choruses. I just have to yodel a little and my dog does his best wolf imitation.
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