From Montana Public Radio:

A state committee dedicated to regulating Montana’s wildlife is expected this week to finalize regulations that could expand wolf hunting to levels not seen in Montana in decades.

The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission will vote on what tools are allowed to reduce the state’s wolf population, which could include neck snaring, night hunting and trap baiting. The commission was mandated to decrease the number of wolves by a suite of bills passed by the Montana Legislature earlier this year.

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