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Wolf Hunting Meeting This Week in Helena [AUDIO]

Wolf hunting meeting this week in Helena.

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Rick Hill’s Wolf Management Plan [Audio]

Rick Hill discusses his new wolf management plan with KGVO News

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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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RMEF Offering to Pay Trappers to Kill More Wolves

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation wants wolves to be more aggressively managed in Montana and they're offering state wildlife officials at least $50,000 to contract with federal trappers to kill more of the predators

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Longer Wolf Hunting Season Possible [AUDIO]

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks meets with County Commissioners about managing predator populations.

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Despite State’s Best Efforts, Wolf Population Rises

Despite the state's best efforts, Montana has more wolves

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The Wolves Got Away, Montana Hunting Quota Not Met

Wolf season ended yesterday for Montana and along with the last day of hunting came the news that Montana failed to meet its wolf hunt quota.

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Montana Officials Closely Watching Idaho [AUDIO]

Montana officials are watching Idaho closely as  trapping season for wolves started yesterday.  Snares and leg-holds are being set in the first trapping season since wolves were re-introduced. Defenders of  Wildlife spokesman Daniel Gaillard says they are concerned that the traps will catch species other than wolves

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Colvilles Worry That Wolves Will Hurt Hunting

The Colville Indian Tribes are worried that the state's proposed wolf management plan may hurt subsistence hunting by its members.

The tribes told members of the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission on Thursday that a plan to restore at least five breeding pairs of wolves in Eastern Washington has the potential to reduce herds of elk, deer and moose on its reservation

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Motion To Bar Montana, Idaho Wolf Hunts Denied

 A federal appeals court has denied a request by environmental groups to halt wolf hunts that are scheduled to begin next week in Idaho and Montana. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday denied the request by the Alliance for the Wild Rockies and other groups

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