Wolves would be Adirondack attraction

I agree with Larry Master’s comments about how wolves enhance visits to Algonquin and Yellowstone parks and boost ecotourism [“The wolf at our door,” March/April 2015]. The wolf would do the same for the Adirondacks and the Northeast.

I too, spent many summers camping in Algonquin Park in my late teens and early twenties. There’s nothing like hearing the howl of the wolf, and I too wish to have them back in the Adirondacks.

Joseph S. Butera, Floral Park
Editor’s Note: Butera is president and co-founder of the Northeast Ecological Recovery Society.

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