Montana FWP to decide future of wolf quota areas near national parks

From the Independent Record in Helena, Montana:

Among the many new wolf regulations the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission is taking public comment on are some potential changes to uniquely managed areas adjacent to national parks.

The commission is soliciting comment on a gamut of regulation proposals until July 26 in response to new laws passed by the Legislature and signed by Republican Gov. Greg Gianforte. The laws include a directive to lower Montana’s wolf population; allowing snares to trap wolves; and extended trapping seasons with commission discretion to shorten them.

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