PREDATORS — Idaho officials are still confronting public concern over efforts to curb predation, including eliminating two wolf packs, in order to bring back once-prized wilderness elk herds from extreme low levels.
- Pro-wolf groups have filed a lawsuit in the attempt to stop the wolf control effort.
Public Radio sat down with and Idaho Fish and Game official for this report.
Idaho FWP official discusses decision to remove wolves in wilderness
Mike Keckler, chief of communications for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game talks with Sally Mauk of Montana Public Radio about the state's decision to send a hired hunter into the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness to remove two wolf packs. Part 1 of a 2-part series.
—Montana Public Radio