What's Alaska Wildlife Alliance's solution to the wolf problem?



Letters to the Editor / Anchorage Daily News / December 16, 2003


I am taking exception to Scott Moran's letter ("Sparing the lives of 40 wild animals would save big bucks, reputation," Dec. 15). Scott seems to believe the individuals running the state are ignorant madmen.

If Alaska Wildlife Alliance and other organizations are so concerned, why don't they come up with a viable plan that will meet the needs of McGrath and the surrounding area and their organizations? There is an old saying that if you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem. This holds true for his organization and the others.

Two things are true: The McGrath area has a depressed game population, and it is more dependent on game animals.

-- Bruce Brown / Anchorage


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