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That didn’t take long. Tough winters; bucks only; abysmal hunting conditions; if the trend continues, fewer hunters in the field (probably pounding the same areas that are increasingly devoid of bucks due to bucks only over past few years); and the author reinforces the DNR rationale of thermal cover during the winter with the devastation of balsam by spruce budworm on his two hundred acres - multiply this by a thousand over the entire northeast, a it’s a real problem. But the problem is wolves

Then the moose are disappearing due to wolf predation on calves ad nauseam. No mention of brainworm, and brainworm addled, liver fluke infected (both vectored in by deer) tick infestedcows unable to protect their calves, but the problem is wolves.

From: DNR biologists can’t discount the impact of wolves

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