Why I Hunt: Thoughts from a Wolf-Loving, Elk-Killing Tree Hugger

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4 comments on “Why I Hunt: Thoughts from a Wolf-Loving, Elk-Killing Tree Hugger

  1. hunting has turned into an orgy and we know it, most of you over kill, for reasons known only to you….it,s calked SICK………..hey come down to python land, and do some profitable killing down here, you fool !!

    1. that is the most ignorant statement I have heard in a long time. From all the hunters…you are welcome for the millions of dollars of conservation we provide for you to protect the areas and the animals we love.

  2. This is an articulate and wonderful piece. This attitude is what all hunters should strive for…respect. For the hunted animals and for the ecosystems they live in. Sadly, it can go wrong when one species…like wolves…is demonized and killed to increase the incomes from fees and hunting licenses.

  3. This hurting attitude must be why the buffalo (bison) population went from 30 million to 1,000 over a 10 year period in the 1860’s.

    Why not leave some of these beautiful animals for the natives, for posterity, for naturalists, and for the animals themselves.

    The Buddhists say that every being is sovereign in its own sphere. To go into that sphere and harm another being sets your karma back many centuries or more.
    (Colon cancer from too much red meat consumption could be just the beginning of your bad karma).

    Anyway, I hope you can try meditation sometime instead of murder?

    Your soul will be more at peace and no rationalization of your activities will be necessary.

    Signed, The Sphere

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