They keep the ecosystem in control. Also we a wolf hunts a deer, the deer has to run which causes the dirt to get kicked up and moved around, which makes the grass grow in more places. In yellowstone they tried helping the population of other animals, by killing the
To begin with, trophy hunting should be illegal because it 's harmful to endangered animals. According to Uneasy Neighbors “Africa lost 60 percent of lion in the last 40 years” This proves that trophy hunting should be illegal because there are so many lions getting killed for fun. According to Africa 's lions are disappearing and human have themselves to blame “Lions are disappearing from the african continent, and that has researchers worried. The situation is
The most substantial adaption they make is when they adapt to survive the changing seasons. An adaption they make in winter is that they intake a staggering 40 kilo of food each day to create extra body fat to keep them warm and more protected throughout the winter. The Grizzly bears are primarily nocturnal and require dense cover for shelter during the day. At night or in the evening Grizzly bears will search for food. However, the Grizzly bear also adapts a lot more to their habitat for example a Grizzly bear does not look particularly graceful, it has the
A reduction in natural predators has undoubtedly contributed to locally abundant populations. If the population grows too much what will be affected? At high population densities, farmers can suffer economic damage by deer feeding on cash crops, especially in corn and orchards. It has become nearly impossible to grow some crops in some areas unless very burdensome deer-deterring measures are taken. Deer are excellent fence-jumpers, and their fear of motion and sounds meant to scare them away is soon
Unique Wolves If you visit northern Wisconsin, don't be surprised to hear the eerie and beautiful howl of wolves at night. They have returned after about 40 years of absence. By the 1950's, wolves had been driven out of their ancient homeland by ranchers and the federal government. Wolves killed livestock for food, so they were considered nuisances. But starting in the 1990's, the state reintroduced wolves to help manage the deer population.
Overpopulation causes a lack of food leading to animals starving, and animals suffer more this way than by getting shot. This situation can be prevented by having a set number of animals that can be shot every year and regulates the ecosystem. Furthermore, when an individual buys a hunting license the proceeds are returned to the states to support wildlife. Some of the money goes towards recruiting biologists, paying wardens, and maintain wildlife habitats (Howard). This allows for ethical hunters to continue to enjoy the land.
Never Cry Wolf by Farley Mowat is a non-fiction story about naturalist Farley Mowat, on an expedition to find out why so many caribou were being killed. Mowat’s superiors believed that wolves were killing the caribou. He spent almost a year investigating the wolves’ way of life focusing on a small pack made up of two males and a female with her pups. Mowat camped near their den and observed their eating and hunting habits.He observed that wolves rarely ate caribou and when they did, it was the weak and sick ones. Also, with the help of Ootek, a local Eskimo he was able to understand how wolves communicate and hunt, and he saw that these wolves were not a tremendous threat to the caribou.
There is an estimated 60,000 wolves in Canada. Farley Mowat studies the grey wolf in his book Never Cry Wolf (1963). Throughout the book, Mowat uses the rhetorical strategies pathos, logos, and personification to disprove the misconception about wolves. The book is about a scientist (Farley Mowat) that flies into the Canadian Barrens in order to research wolves. His goal is to prove that wolves are killing thousands of caribou for sport, but he find that the wolves are not to blame for the decrease in caribou populations.
For us hunters, hunting is a way of life. But for some people, they don't like the fact that killing animals for good purposes is ok. When we shoot or trap an animal, we do it for sport. We do it so we can keep the populations of the animals we harvest down to avoid spreading disease, costing farmers more money from loss of crops, deer/ car collisions (which would cause our insurance to go up), and overpopulation of specific animals. Here are some of the examples of overpopulation.
If you kill animals for food that is different, that is how you survive in the wild. I see the ways buck can be good, like when he saves John Thornton three times. That is a big deal I can not disagree with that being good. That is saving ones life that shows goodness. And he would let go the squirrels he caught, but think about it, he caught the squirrels first and tormented them by letting them go just so he can catch them again, that is really evil and I think you should agree with me.
Wolves and many other animals have been living in this peaceful, untouched place for centuries, but due to the progress of logging this may no longer be a safe place for them. Logging companies have agreed to spare some parts of the forest, but there is no way to tell if they will leave enough to support these animals. Where there is clear cut logging, often comes other human activities that could endanger the wolves. Not only does clear cutting destroy the habitat for wolves, it also disrupts their main food source the Sitka Deer. Many people may think that clear cutting the forest would benefit the deer, because they get a smorgasbord of food, but in the end they suffer.
Wolves should be introduced to Isle Royale because they can control the moose population, help plants grow, and make sure that drinking water is clean. Wolves can control the population of moose by killing the weak moose, making the pack stronger. This promotes a stronger pack and allows wildlife to access the vegetation they need. Without the wolves, the moose would just overgraze. The moose overgrazing leave no food for any other species, which then leads to dirty