I admire The Tribune for boldly standing up for wolves only months after Utah's Legislature voted to give money to Don Peay to lobby against wolves ("Value of wolves: Feds must maintain some oversight," Our View, June 11). If wolves are removed from the list of endangered species nationwide, this would mean no protection for wolves entering Utah or any other state.
Take a look at Yellowstone National Park since wolves were reintroduced. Many plant and animal species, absent for decades, have reappeared now that wolves are back.
In recent weeks, many independent scientists have spoken against the delisting of the gray wolf. Many citizens have spoken up as well.