If you have some spare time,you might consider contacting the states legislatures and governors offices expressing your support of the wolf reduction plan in AK,ID,WY,UT&MT. The Defenders of Wildlife and others of the same ilk are already trying to petition for the end of any wolf management plans.You can email the states representatives by typing the office in the search bar,example; Alaska governor or Idaho congressman.Just make sure you send it to the latest elected official,the former officials are still listed.Feel free to use this letter or make your own,but voice your support because your opposition is voicing thiers. Im contacting you to voice my support of letting the United States Fish & Game Depts. manage our wildlife.Im sure you may have already recieved contacts on/through behalf of special interest groups such as the Defenders of Wildlife calling for an enforcement of the Federal Airborne Hunting Act. I dont believe for a second this group and others like it have any interest in proper management of the United States wildlife resources.Enforcement of the Federal Airborne Hunting Act is restricting a useful management tool from the state's game dept.I believe, and hope you do too,that the time has come to stand against these special interest groups and let the US Fish & Game Dept. professionals manage wildlife as they have been educated and hired to do.This same special interest group is calling for an end to the wolf reduction plan in ID,WY, & MT before it has even began.Idaho's big game populations have been devistated by wolf protection acts and Wyoming and Montanas are fast following suit.It is obvious the Defenders of Wildlife have no interest or education in wildlife management as a whole,but are trying to call attention to useless legislation which restricts proper wildlife management.The US Fish & Game Depts. in conjuction with sportsmen and thier dollars made available to wildlife management through hunting licenses, have and always will be the real defenders of wildlife.I have yet to see any of these special interest groups contribute anything to wildlife mangement other than restrictive legislation which cripples the US Fish & Game Depts ability to do thier jobs.