USDA Wildlife Services agrees to temporarily halt lethal wolf control, ‘cyanide bomb’ use

From the Idaho State Journal:

USDA Wildlife Services has reached a settlement with five conservation organizations agreeing to temporarily stop using lethal methods to target gray wolves on certain public lands and to suspend its use of M-44s, also known as “cyanide bombs.”

The new restrictions will remain in place until the federal agency completes an environmental review of the impacts of killing wolves.

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