Wolf trapping blocked in much of Idaho to protect threatened grizzlies

From Courthouse News Service:

A federal judge ruled late Tuesday that year-round wolf trapping and snaring must end in much of Idaho because the traps are likely to ensnare and harm grizzly bears protected by the Endangered Species Act.

Use Magistrate Judge Candy Dale’s decision will stop trapping and snaring in Idaho’s panhandle, Clearwater, Salmon and Upper Snake regions on both public and private lands between March 1 and Nov. 30, the grizzly bear’s non-denning season.


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