Alaska: Wildlife officials propose wolf harvest on Prince of Wales Island

From KTOO in Alaska:

State and federal wildlife authorities are proposing a 31-day wolf harvest on and around Prince of Wales Island.

Conservationists have signaled they could file a lawsuit, saying the Alexander Archipelago wolf population is threatened. That conflicts with resident hunters, who say the population is rising and preying on island deer, an important subsistence food source.

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