I thought Alaskans voted twice to ban aerial wolf hunting. Now we read that the state is not only still at war with wolves but is behind in its goal of annihilating 344 more of them ("State wants helicopters to rescue wolf-kill program," March 9). In an effort to stay on plan, they want to give "fair chase" new meaning by using helicopters as gunships.
Exactly what category of responsible game management does this come under?
If nature is out of balance up here, maybe it should be corrected not by destroying the wildlife but by putting responsible people on Alaska's Board of Game.
---- Tom Hughes / Anchorage