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Yellowstone Wolf Patrol to ‘Document and Disrupt’ Wolf Hunt – Claim They Received Death Threats [AUDIO]

The general hunting season for wolves began on Monday, but some hunters won't find themselves alone, they'll be shadowed by the Yellowstone Wolf Patrol.

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Michigan Wolf Hunters Look to Montana for Advice

Four wolves have been killed in the first two days of a controversial wolf hunting season that began in Michigan on December 20, according to state wildlife officials.

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Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Prepares for Wolf Trapping Season [AUDIO]

Now that the general big game rifle hunting season is over, officials with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks are preparing for the wolf trapping season, which begins December 15.

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Wolf Hunting Update [AUDIO]

The Montana wolf hunting season is in its final two weeks.

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Wolf Hunting and Legislation Update [AUDIO]

The wolf hunting season continues in Montana, with 156 total having been harvested so far — 104 by hunters and 52 by trappers.

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Bow Hunting – Wolf Trapping Updates From Fish WIldlife And Parks [AUDIO]

Bow Hunting and wolf season updates from FWP.

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Two Wolves Trapped Since Season Opener [AUDIO]

 

Wolf trapping season got underway officially on Saturday, and only two have been caught so far, according to Ron Aasheim with Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks.

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Over 1,700 Want Wolf Trapping Training in Montana [AUDIO]

Interest in wolf trapping in Montana has surprised officials at Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. Spokesman Ron Aasheim says over 1,700 requests for more information about wolf trapping certification courses have been received, and classes are overflowing.

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Wolf Hunting Meeting This Week in Helena [AUDIO]

Wolf hunting meeting this week in Helena.

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Idaho Officials Hike Bag Limits for 2012 Wolf Hunt

Idaho wildlife managers are increasing bag limits, expanding trapping opportunities and extending the public hunting season in an attempt to bring down wolf populations across the state.

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