Raven Catherine Feher 
Member since Aug 19, 2011

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Re: “Equine overload

It is true that most of these horses are not true Mustangs--they are feral or dumped horses. But I maintain that cattle and sheep do more damage than horses. And predators like cougars, bears and wolves could assist in balancing out horse herds. The brutality of the BLM is inexcusable, as is the irresponsibility of people who dump horses.Once again a red herring is employed (horses) to divert public attention from more damaging issues--such as welfare ranching.

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Posted by Raven Catherine Feher on 04/18/2013 at 10:47 AM

Re: “Backcountry bullies

How sad--idiocy and hatred running rampant in the Rockies. Wolf killers running amok in the north and men who hate their mothers and grandmothers running crazy in the soutern range. A very sad comment on America and the West.

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Posted by Raven Catherine Feher on 10/18/2012 at 1:17 PM

Re: “Backcountry bullies

How sad--idiocy running rampant throughout the Rockies--wolf killers in the North and men who hate their mothers and grandmothers in the South. A sad comment on Americans and the West.

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Posted by Raven Catherine Feher on 10/18/2012 at 1:15 PM

Re: “How to eat a wolf

Wolf killers are brutal humans who have no regard for any life--wolf or elk. Many of them are also wife beaters and child molestors--you see, they love the "power" that hurting and killing makes them think they have. Vengance is coming and Hell is coming with him.

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Posted by Raven Catherine Feher on 03/12/2012 at 4:49 PM

Re: “Wolves

I have covered the "recovery" of the little Mexican lobos in New Mexico. It is sad. There is a cadre of White and Castillo wolf haters in Catron county that hate every predator. They lie and kill. Those little lobos are no threat to any cattle, that's for sure. It's greed that is the issue--greed and ignorance. And deliberate anti-predator hysteria. Let me live with those little lobos in peace rather that with the vicious human killers of Catron County.

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Posted by Raven Catherine Feher on 10/20/2011 at 3:35 PM

Re: “Wolves

It would be good if wolves could be relocated to other domains...rather than needlessly and ruthlessly slaughtered for no reason...There are people and states that will welcome them...too many deer in the East. The number one killer of humans in the U.S>--deer--car accidents kill both humans and deer...

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Posted by Raven Catherine Feher on 10/20/2011 at 2:58 PM

Re: “Wolves

I am a Montanan and I have respect for all life. I respect wolves and all predators. I don't like Montana allying itself with White Trash like the people that run Idaho. There is no need to have a wolf hunt. Ranchers can destroy wolves and packs that depredate. Montana needs the tourism money that high predators like wolves and bears bring in--as well as tourism to our national parks where people thrill to see buffalo, elk and moose--creatures Montanans are blessed to live with...Respect our wildlife and wild lands...STOP THE WOLF HUNT.

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Posted by Raven Catherine Feher on 10/20/2011 at 2:56 PM

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