I agree, I can understand the parks not interfering in natural disasters as in fires, floods etc,although I am on the side to do a bit of firefighting to protect our parks. Mange is another story, This reintroduction of wolves is studied by man and man should protect the wolves, its a simple fix to bait them with ivermectin lased meat. If other animals get it, it will do no harm, actually its also a dewormer and anti parasitical drug. Its also cheaper then shit. I do not understand the Bison thing either, mange mites are on all dogs, its passed from the mother and usually only pups with an immune deficiency will be affected. The only way I can understand the transfer is if they are denning together, Or Bison are giving birth in areas that wolves have denned in, or died in. Not sure if the mite was introduced, but wow, do you have more info on that,mange mites have to have a host so how could they survive without a host? And how could they be transferred unless infected animals were introduced to the community? as its now a natural occurrence for all dogs to carry the mite, it just dosnt affect most with full blown mange. Sort of like HIV. Did we start this infestation? Where did we get the mites from? I am the mange doc here on Caye Caulker, cant tell you how many scabby, skinny, dying dogs I have fostered. And cured all of them.