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Old 01-20-2017, 10:58 AM   #35
EagleCrag
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The discussion regarding the different species of wolves to me is academic. What's the diff from an Adirondack perspective? The biggest one is that if a group of wolves is classified as a unique species, then it probably is going to garner special protection and resources. I agree with the sentiment already expressed that the A2A corridor allows for possible expansion of range, but not probable. The possibility would exist even without the corridor. Seems to me in some cases that we wish to thwart evolution of some species in a drastically changing world. Are we all for forever wild unless it means letting species evolve? Just some food for thought.
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