Idahoans react to Fish and Game’s new wolf management plan

From KTVB:

Idaho’s Fish and Game Commission unanimously passed a new wolf management plan in early May, hoping to gradually cut the state’s wolf population by about 60%.

Currently, about 1,300 wolves live around the Gem State. Roger Phillips, Fish and Game spokesperson, said they are trying to bring that number down to 500 based on what the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recommended when wolves in Idaho were removed from the Endangered Species list.

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