Regarding the Wyoming Wildlife Taskforce: Is it a socialistic design of Wyoming Game and Fish Director Brian Nesvick to use the public sector as pawns — to make everyone …
Regarding the Wyoming Wildlife Taskforce: Is it a socialistic design of Wyoming Game and Fish Director Brian Nesvick to use the public sector as pawns — to make everyone feel warm and fuzzy, falsely giving them the impression that they have a say in the direction of game management? All to try to correct mismanagement created by this director and previous ones. It is no secret they have their minds made up to the outcome.
The department and director can’t be trusted to do the right thing.
The constant insistence of wanting the trophy wolf zone over 26 years proves this. It has, literally, thrown our game animals to the wolves, destroying the ecosystem and our hunting heritage. Yet nothing is done.
It is the taking of thousands of our hunting opportunities — a form of socialism people control — all to feed wolves. The director and the department obviously hate hunters, as evidenced by lack of hunting opportunities, loss of hunting culture and an outright attack on the Second Amendment, as anyone with a firearm in the field is looked upon with suspicion.
Nesvick and the department couldn’t care less about our hunting losses. Our license dollars have been pissed away, decimating our wildlife with the introduction of non-native species that we are not allowed to control. The people of Wyoming and the wildlife have taken it in the shorts. What we built with our conservation dollars and hunting tags is wasted away.
It appears their titles, jobs and retirement are all that matters.
Wyoming Game and Fish is the largest threat to our wildlife at this point. I don’t see it improving, with or without the working group input.