State sees pushback against changes to remove references to wolf plan

From Bozeman Daily Chronicle:

Among the moves made by the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission during its last meeting of the year was removing reference to the 2003 Grey Wolf Conservation and Management Plan from the guidelines for managing the species.

This change to the administrative rules for wolf management by the commission is tied the larger context of the state’s currently-in-progress new Wolf Plan and its usage of the controversial iPOM method to measure the state’s wolf population, which some say overestimates wolf numbers.


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