To the Editor:
I would like nothing better than to feed the deer. But, where I go hunting, if I would go up there and cut down poplar trees for the deer, the timberwolves would come in and eat all the deer.
I talked to a logger years ago in a bad winter. Twenty-eight deer came in to eat the brush and within two weeks, the wolves ate them all. Boy, I guess those wolves are good for the economy.
I guess next fall I can waste my time and money sitting in a deer stand and watch the world go by because there will be no deer, all thanks to those animal lovers that think the wolves are such beautiful creatures.
I would love to see these people spend a couple of nights in these woods when the wolves are hungry and see how they like them then — and don’t tell me they only kill the weak and sick — they kill everything because that’s what they do. — Al Ficek, Sobieski