The consequences of the Wolf Pen vandalism

http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2010/03/16/rare-wolf-rejected/
You may have heard the story (I don’t know if it went National) about the vandalism of a mexican gray wolf pen at the Wildlife Science Center in Forest Lake. Someone pried open the enclosure. The alpha female, “Medium Toast” escaped, leading to a merry chase that led from Forest Lake into the main Metro area before she was caught.
Now the consequences of that act of vandalism are clear–her return has led to her sisters rejecting her as leader. She was stressed, emaciate and weak from her excursion, and her sisters have displaced and rejected her so thoroughly, she is being moved somewhere else.
I hope the person who opened the enclosure in their misguided effort to “free” the wolves are happy about what they have done. These wolves, an endangered species,are not suited at this time to living in the wild–ESPECIALLY a metro area. I have no idea what the person responsible was thinking. This was not good for the wolf at all.