44 wolves taken in first wolf hunt in Wyoming since 2013

From the Associated Press, as published in the Seattle Times:

CHEYENNE (AP) — Seventy-six wolves were killed by hunters and others in Wyoming last year when the state resumed its management of the animals.

Ken Mills, lead wolf biologist with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, said 43 wolves were legally hunted and one illegally hunted in the state during a licensed hunting season from October through December.

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