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From mtexpress.com

In an effort to reduce wolf numbers—particularly where wolves have been killing livestock and large numbers of elk—the Idaho Department of Fish and Game is proposing to expand wolf hunting and trapping throughout the state.

If the Fish and Game Commission, which makes policy decisions for the department, adopts the proposed rules, wolf hunting will be permitted year-round or for 11 months of the year in all hunting units through June 2021.

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From kivitv.com

BOISE, IDAHO — Carter Niemeyer has literally written the book on wolf reintroduction. In fact he’s currently writing his third. Niemeyer is a wildlife biologist, a hunter, and a self proclaimed wolf advocate. He was directly involved in the trapping and release of 35 wolves in Idaho more than twenty years ago.

Niemeyer believes recent increases in the number of wolves hunters and trappers can kill in Idaho are motivated by politics rather than science.

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