Controversial wolf season extended for Prince of Wales Island

From KRBD in Ketchikan, Alaska:

Federal and state wildlife managers announced on Friday they would extend the wolf harvest on Prince of Wales Island. That’s following a contentious  hearing in which island resident hunters said too many wolves were preying on deer.

This comes as conservationists have filed a lawsuit to stop the controversial harvest following an unprecedented number of wolves legally killed last season.

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