From the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner:

FAIRBANKS — The Alaska Department of Fish and Game wants more time to determine whether its largest wolf control project is working.

Since 2005, state employees and private residents aboard airplanes or helicopters have killed more than 650 wolves on state lands east of Fairbanks with the goal of boosting the Fortymile Caribou Herd. It’s part of a state mandate codified in the 1994 Intensive Management Law to increase caribou and moose populations people rely on for food.

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