Idaho to discuss wolf trapping changes in wake of court ruling for grizzlies

From Boise State Public Radio:

Idaho will have to change its rules for wolf trapping to avoid harming federally-protected grizzly bears, according to a federal court decision.

The case was filed by 13 conservation groups after Idaho greatly expanded opportunities to hunt and trap wolves in 2021. The ruling, issued by U.S. Magistrate Judge Candy W. Dale last week, said Idaho’s wolf trapping laws make it “reasonably likely” that a grizzly bear will get caught.


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