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Glacier National Park taking ‘wait and see’ approach to wolf trapping, hunts
From Yahoo News:
Nov. 17—Glacier National Park has expressed concerns about wolf hunting and trapping in the North Fork of the Flathead, though Park biologist John Waller said the Park is taking a “wait and see” approach at this time.
There used to a be two wolf quota each season in the North Fork in what is Wolf Management Unit 110. That was removed by the state Legislature in the last session. The quota was in deference to Glacier Park, where the first wolves returned in the late 1970s to the Park and eventually established several packs.