B.C. caribou herds stabilizing where wolves are culled, forest ministry says

From CBC in Canada:

With one year remaining for British Columbia’s controversial wolf cull, some caribou herds appear to be stabilizing in the province’s northeast.

Wolves are being killed near four caribou herds in the Peace region. Three of those areas have had active wolf management since 2015.

Since then, 480 wolves have been shot by contractors hired by the province, according to the B.C.’s Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resources.

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