PREDATORS — The S-R's reporter in Boise has been following Gov. Otter's request for $2 million to bolster wolf control in Idaho. The plan seeks to reduce Idaho's population of around 600 wolves — down from closer to 1,000 a few years ago — to around 150, the minimum limit the state agreed to when the reintroduction of gray wolves was proposed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in the early 1990s.
Here are reporter Betsy Russell's latest posts on today's activity in the Idaho Legislature: