Sea Wolves roam the Far Northwest, able shoreline hunters. Check out this photo gallery on National Georaphic website and a video of a white wolf on the shore from New York Wolf/Wolf Conservatioh Center http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2015/10/sea-wolves/nicklen-photography
photos by Ian McAllister, author of Sea Wolves
This is what you should do; love the Earth and sun and the animals. ~Walt Whitman pic.twitter.com/4A25HeOwfd— NY Wolf Center (@nywolforg) May 29, 2016
Groundbreaking new research must dramatically change the lethal management of wildlife managers by disproving the old adage that the more wolf hunts, the better local people will tolerate the wolves living alongside them. The opposite is true:
“If poachers see the government killing a protected species,” the study found, “they may say to themselves, ‘Well, I can do that, too.’” Culling wolves is not the answer, says the study. “You do not reduce looting by allowing shop-lifting, but instead by having zero tolerance,” says Dr. Chapron. The authors of this new study expect a backlash from the wildlife manager establishment because it disproves their long-held lethal management practices. But the scientists hold true to their need to serve the public: “The traditions in wildlife management are finally being subjected to scientific scrutiny,” they argue, “and we are learning new things that will probably improve co-existence.” The study concludes with the truism: “Wolves are quite adaptable to humans. The question is whether humans are adaptable to wolves.” (BBC and ISHTHMUS News) "Is Hunting Really a Conservation Tool?"
WATCH this excellent brief VIDEO that explains it all: