Idaho Fish and Game approves plan to reduce wolf population from 1,300 to 500

From Boise State Public Radio:

The Idaho Fish and Game Department unanimously approved a plan that would cull Idaho’s wolf population by almost two-thirds.

In January, Fish and Game introduced a plan laying out population goals for the state and asked for public feedback. The department received more than 2500 comments from across the country, most opposing the plan. Of those, feedback from Idahoans was more split, but still leaning against.

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