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Anti-wolf advocate Ron Gillett, of Stanley, Idaho, speaks during an Idaho Fish and Game Commission meeting Wednesday in Jerome. More than 100 people turned out to voice their opinions on proposed rules for hunting wolves in the state.
More Info: More than 100 people turned out at the Idaho Fish and Game’s Magic Valley Regional Office in Jerome to speak their minds on the proposed rules for hunting wolves in the state. The Fish and Game Commission is set to decide on wolf hunting season today. The crowd was overwhelmingly in favor of strict population controls for the wolves, which were recently removed from the endangered species list after more than 40 years of federal protection/Twin Falls Times-News. More here
Question: Do you support strict controls on Idaho wolf populations?