Wolves in Wyoming Go from Endangered to Hunted

Federal and state officials are celebrating the successful return of once-endangered wolves to Wyoming -- by declaring open season on the animals. Beginning Oct. 1, gray wolves will be removed from the rolls of the Endangered Species Act and classified as predators, allowing Wyoming hunters to shoot the animals on sight at any time, for any reason, in about 85 percent of the state. "Our primary goal, and that of the states, is to ensure that gray wolf populations in the Northern Rocky...Full Story
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