I believe he is willing to share…I think that he suggested in the interview that deer (other attractants) should be included in the hunt (and that might be too much for one person). I’m speculating that other attractants would include feral cats and other potential prey that wolves would be interested in (household pets?).
In other words, what should be hunted by humans would be based on what the wolves would recognize as prey. Lots of possibility there.
What I don’t understand is why Mr. Beckwith’s position as deputy fire chief should give his opinion any more weight than that of a non-deputy fire chief. Or is he really talking on behalf of the fire department and city?
Personally, living in the neighbourhood I would have preferred Mr. Beckwith circulating wolf - aware information than promoting a hunt as deputy fire chief (unless he was doing so as a representative of the fire department).
And no I don’t support a volunteer fire department: I respect their position and role too much to devalue the the important services they provide. I just think self interest and community interest are two very distinct things.