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Wyoming sees the end of first gray wolf season

Posted: Thursday, Jan 3rd, 2013


Hunt Areas 10, 11 and 12 make up the Sublette County parts of the trophy zone. The total quota for this area was 11 wolves; only four were reported killed.


PINEDALE – With the turn of the new year, Wyoming saw the end of its first official gray wolf hunting season.

The season itself has been a controversial topic amongst environmental groups across the U.S. Three lawsuits are pending, challenging the viability of a wolf hunt in Wyoming and the state’s wolf management plan. The predator zone – which makes up approximately 80 percent of the land in the state – has in particular been a topic of

contention.



For the complete article see the 01-04-2013 issue.

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