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Billboards call for end of wolf hunting near Yellowstone

A billboard advertising a wildlife project to stop killings of wolves stands over Highway 191 near Gallatin Gateway on the way to Yellowstone National Park on Monday, June 3. (Associated Press)
A billboard advertising a wildlife project to stop killings of wolves stands over Highway 191 near Gallatin Gateway on the way to Yellowstone National Park on Monday, June 3. (Associated Press)

WILDLIFE — Wolf advocates are making their case against state-sanctioned wolf hunting in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho by booking billboards to take advantage of the summer tourist season ramping up near Yellowstone National Park.

A wolf pictured on the billboards will be asking a lot of families from all over the country, “Will you save me?”

See the story by the Bozeman Chronicle.




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