to be honest, I am more worried about Beavers, I read that when they hear water running through a pipe (or culvert), they think it is a leak in a dam and make sure they block it up, and just counting I have 19 pipes to take ditches under gateways here. Conservationists have even designed a guard for pipes (which to me seems to be designed to block up and need cleaning out very regularly).
Whilst many of the points these people (you know what I mean) make can be good, does he seriously think it’s a good idea to have a fantastically successful vicious predator roaming around the British countryside?
I think wolves are incredible and beautiful creatures but I’m chuffed if I want to be doing my current job, which involves faffing about in fields in the dark very often, with the thought I might see one or more wolves licking their lips.
I watched a documentary once about reintroducing wolves to a remote valley in the USA. The valley was many tens of thousands of acres with not a single human inhabitant, but many were up in arms about the prospect.
One chap said “The wolf is an incredible and evil creature. If the devil himself had a pet, he would have a wolf.”
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