Labrador trappers calling for better incentives to cull wolves, as moose population declines

From CBC:

Trappers in Labrador are concerned the local moose population is heading for a decline, sparking fears over the future of traditional foods and prompting some to call for an increase to financial incentives for wolf carcasses.

The provincial government, meanwhile, says more trappers need to participate in their monitoring programs so officials know how the moose and wolf populations are doing – something trappers say they won’t do without more compensation.


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