Is predation a problem on Peninsula?

Aerial gunning of wolves on the Kenai (letter to the editor, Sept. 23)? Seems like the Board of Game has completely lost its way and is ignoring the advice of its own wildlife experts. ADF&G biologists had it right the first time when they said that habitat and overharvest are the problem, not predators. I for one am hoping they don't bow to pressure and actively promote such an unwarranted program. But hope likely won't be enough; we must send a strong message that we won't tolerate such programs on the Kenai.


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