Elk vs. Wolves

tjones

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Most winter range in western MT is heavy with cheatgrass and knapweed. On years with late snow and heavy high snow pack this makes it a tough go for elk and mule deer. Guys find a winter killed elk and cry wolf kill.

Getting folks to look past the single boogyman is the real challenge.
 

Sytes

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And...you're quoting my post that relates to the opening post - ?

Maybe those who wish to chat about weeds and ungulate populations - start a new thread. novel idea...
 

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And...you're quoting my post that relates to the opening post - ?

Maybe those who wish to chat about weeds and ungulate populations - start a new thread. novel idea...
Just trying to figure out why folks presenting good educational information in the course of a discussion that has progressed through multiple topics in this thread has got you so bent out of shape?
 

Sytes

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Far from bent. As I said... I agree with you in the general scope of discussions related to "boogiemen" forum posts.
You were quoting my post with your statement. Typically that implies something. Maybe the implication I collected from your quote of my post and your assumption regarding, "bent" are both that... incorrect(?).
 
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