Just suppose you're almost home, you have your two children in the car and it's winter time. You have no cell service and the car breaks down a half mile down the woody road from your house. You decide to take the kids and walk the rest of the way home, then you come around the bend and come face to face with a pack of wolves.
What do you do?
It's hard to believe we live in a modern society with wolf packs running around, but it's happening. Mention wolves to any rancher in Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Washington, New Mexico or Arizona, and they will all tell you the same thing. Wolves are killing machines, and the danger they pose has gone on ignored for too long.
Wolves kill everything.
Wolves are surplus killers. They kill everything in their path, and it's not the sick and the weak. It's the healthy and the prime pickings, too. There are 100,000 wolves in all the lower 48 states, with most concentrated in the states I just mentioned. Now, you might say, I'll just shoot one if I ever come across one, well guess again, friend. Wolves aren't such simple pickings.
If you see a wolf, it's because it wants you too.
Chances are that if you catch yourself in a stare-down with a wolf, there are another five coming up behind and around you at that exact moment. They are very intelligent and cunning animals, highly dangerous and lethal. They stay hidden during the day and come out after dark. About the only place, you would be safe is in an enclosed area or off the ground.
Wolf Packs – Safety and Survival Tips
This graphic shows you what to do if you encounter a wolf:
Wolves will stalk you
Wolves will watch your habits and learn how to open doors and gates. They get up on verandas and observe you through the windows of your house. They are methodical stalkers and can make mincemeat out of the most ardent hunters and survivalists, so be ready for them before they come and find you.
Wolves also multiply at a very fast rate. They can reproduce as many as four to twelve in a litter. Times that by 100,000 already here and guess what now it's not safe to go out of your house.
The real problem is not the wolves.
The terrifying thing about the wolf problem we have is not the wolves. It's how they got there.
The extreme environmentalists getting rich off government funding and private donations have misled the public into thinking certain types of wolves are endangered, harmless and don't attack people. This is patently false.
Wolves kill everything, including other wolves. The Mackenzie Valley Canadian wolf is the largest and most aggressive wolf out there, and that is the one being systematically injected into rural areas of the country. Wolf packs are decimating the deer, elk and moose populations.
When those prey are gone, we're going to be next.
It's only a matter of time before you start hearing about human encounters with wolves. You have to be smarter than the wolf.
You can run, but you can't hide from the wolves.
Wolf Pack Behavior – Facts
There are seven important things you should know about wolves and their habits. Any sign of these seven things should cause alarm.
Exercise extreme caution when:
1. Wolves move in closer to people.
2. Wolves begin to approach human habitations.
3. Wolves appear in daylight and observe people.
4. Wolves act bolder, especially if you notice deer and elk coming in closer to human dwellings.
5. Wolves exploit large live stock as prey and attack.
6. Wolves will try to approach humans and show signs of aggression.
7. Wolves attack humans.
What is the best defense against wolves?
The best avenue of defense from wolf attack would be guns with lots of ammo.
What would you do if you were out of ammo, though? You might want to think of some kind of trap.
Is this the government's biological warfare on mankind?
Believe it or not, some think the wolves need protection