Man Demonstrates how Easy it is to Stop a Wolf: Yellowstone Park

"Wolves attack people.  Initial attacks are clumsy, as the wolves have not yet learned how to take down efficiently a new prey.  Persons attacked can often escape because of the clumsiness of the attacks.  A mature, courageous man may beat off or strangulate an attacking wolf.  However, against a wolf pack, there is no defense.  Even two able and armed men may be killed.  Wolves as a pack are hunters so capable a predator that they may take down black bears and even grizzly bears."  "When do Wolves Become Dangerous to Humans"?  by Valerius Geist, Ph.D.

For More Information:

The Real Wolf by Ted B. Lyon and Will N. Graves.  This is by far the best book available on wolves.  The research is vast and irrefutable.  

When do Wolves Become Dangerous to Humans? 

Wolves, Cattle, and the People Who Live Between Them FB

Sierra Club Fights for Mexican Wolves in Arizona

Guess Who's Coming for Dinner?  Wolves

Wolf Attacks on Humans

U.S. Fish & Wildlife to Introduce Wolves into Gila, Navajo, Graham, and Coconino Counties

Wolves in Government Clothing:  Part 1

See Wolves versus Grizzlies.  Think twice before believing that a pack of wolves won't take on humans.  

Center for Biological Diversity:  Turning Grizzlies on Arizona's Rural Families

Woman Kills Wolf Before Wolf Kills Her

Deadline to Comment on Feds Listing Mexican Gray Wolf as Endangered

Stark Split Marks Meeting about Gray wolf Expansion

Wolf Opponents Hold their own Public Meeting

Woman Kills Wolf before Wolf Kills Her

This is How Radical Environmental Groups Fleece the Taxpayer and use the Money to Advance their Agenda
 

Center for Biological Diversity:  Liars and Defamers

Judge Confirms $600,000 Award to Arizona Rancher in Libel Case Against Environmental Group

Got'Cha!  A Fed up Arizona Family Sues Radical Enviros for the LIES and Wins! 

Wolves Favorite food:  Live Cow Fetuses

True Purpose of Wolf Reintroduction:  Get Ranchers off Public Land Permanently and Forever 

Wolf Kills of Dogs, by Wolf Watch.

Eurasian Wolf

Wolf Returns to Europe, Kills sheep.

Gray Wolf Populations by Country