From the Jackson Hole News & Guide:

A U.S. Court of Appeal’s ruling Tuesday about wolves that roam the Great Lakes states could have major implications for grizzly bears 1,000 miles away in the Yellowstone region.

After the court found that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service had improperly assessed how carving out and “delisting” the distinct segment of more than 3,000 wolves in the Upper Midwest affects the rest of the species, it vacated a rule that allowed Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan to manage the species.

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