Public comment runs 10-1 against Montana’s new wolf hunting, trapping regs

From the Missoula Current:

In a meeting to get the public’s comments on proposed changes to a wolf hunting season, opponents outnumbered supporters by a margin of nearly 10-to-1, with many criticizing night-hunting, snaring, baiting traps and some threatening to cancel vacation plans to the Treasure State.

On June 24, the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commissioners put out a matrix with different wolf hunting proposals and management tools, including the addition of measures endorsed by the 2021 Legislature, which included much of what drew public criticism on Wednesday night.

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