I would like to respond to Mr Demboski's letter on wolves. First, the wolves got along very nicely before mankind appeared on the scene.
Second, if you didn't want wolves in the area, why introduce them in the first place.
Third, wolves are family animals and killing a member of that family can upset the balance of the pack.
Finally, and I quote Mr Demboski, "It, (the wolf) does not feed on only the sick and the weak and at times will kill for pleasure...or to teach its young how to kill." Sounds like a pretty good description of of mankind.