Idaho officials demand answers over recent federal wolf killings

From the Idaho Mountain Express:

The targeted killings of 15 wolves in the mountains surrounding the Wood River Valley this summer as part of three federal depredation operations has raised a number of questions from Idaho State Rep. Muffy Davis, D-Ketchum, and Blaine County Commissioner Dick Fosbury.

Employees with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Wildlife Services destroyed two wolf packs in Blaine County plus killed a single wolf between July 4 and Sept. 16, according to records provided by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game.

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