It's Almost Wolf Season

McIntyre, Thomas
June 2008
Field & Stream;Jun2008, Vol. 113 Issue 2, p36
The article reports that after 35 years of protection under the Endangered Species Act, the gray wolf was declared recovered in the U.S. on March 28, 2008. Effective immediately Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming, the region where wolves have multiplied to 1,500 strong, assumed management responsibilities. As reported, sportsmen are waiting for the wolf season to begin. Montana, the first to publish the details of its 2008 wolf regulations, has a one-animal limit on wolves.


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