G1, thus far all I've done is watch the slide show, but I bookmarked the site too study it further when I get the chance.
Based on my own experience with wolf kills I'm a bit skeptical about their sport kill rhetoric. I know the pic I posted of my dog seems to support part of what they say, but if you know the whole story it definitely does not.
It was my part time neighbor who initially found my dog. He was leaving his camp to head home at 4:30 AM. Based on the pics from his tcams on the morning my dog was killed we've reasoned that he actually ran the wolves of as he was leaving. He found him on the edge of our road about an 1/8 of a mile from our driveway. Also, the second wolf caught by the federal trapper was caught at the very spot I found my dog after they killed him, it was 2 nights after they killed him, and I believe that the wolf was coming back for another feed.
I have a spot on our logging landing where I bury our animals, I also have a tcam on the landing. Because of rocks, and clay hand digging on our land is tough. I dig shallow graves, then cover them with rocks. When I went to get my trailer too gather the rocks it had a shot/flat tire, I would have to run to town to get a new tire. Before I had chance to get to town I had a wolf go across the landing, and Clarance had been dug up and his body was gone. That was about a week after he had been killed, and his body was fairly ripe by then.
Also I've run across several deer kill sites over the years. At every one of them there was nothing left but blood and hair in the snow. Not even a skull was left to be found.
So as said, I'm skeptical about what their trying to portray on the slide show. It's very possible that the wolves were run off before they had a chance to feed, even potentially out of the area completely. Also, they didn't say anything about a follow up on the carcasses where the wolves may have returned to feed.
I'll dig deeper into the site too see what other info is there, but at this point I've got a hunch that they're trying to tip the tables a bit. I can't say that for sure, but that's the sense I have thus far.
Not to be misunderstood, I appreciate the post, and to want to hunt and kill wolves, I just don't want CK to think I'm reacting over emotionally to that site