Letter to the Editor - MDIFW Wildlife Biologis

No offense to Sarah Spencer, MDIFW Wildlife Biologist but there are times when supplemental feedings of wildlife is an absolute necessary intervention.  Our  feathered and furry friends suffer the same situations as our human family. We can make the difference whether they live or die. We are not a feeding station. At the same time we have stepped in to make an incredible difference.   Fires, storms and other acts of nature can delve a deadly blow. We can help!  Out west many animals “congregate” for winter. They are brutal!  Even the National Guard with helicopters have had to “step” in.  I can cover this in multiple avenues.  Sarah and the Wildlife folk need to clarify the tunnel vision of wildlife.

Al Ouellette,  

Spokane, WA