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  • Idaho Senate OKs wolf fund

    BOISE – The Senate voted 26-8 to divert money from a Department of Fish and Game hunter-access program to wolf control, an effort backed by the state’s livestock industry. Wednesday’s …


  • Wolf hunts affect Yellowstone study

    YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. – Yellowstone National Park has lost a record number of wolves to this year’s hunting season, and that’s left scientists scrambling to keep years of research …


  • Landers: Tough decisions loom for wolves

    How Washington will handle the gray wolves that are moving into the state and expanding at a rapid rate is a work in progress. But while the methods are debatable, …


  • Fewer wolves killed

    LEWISTON – Idaho Department of Fish and Game officials say hunters have killed 116 wolves this hunting season through Dec. 15, about the halfway point of the 2012-’13 wolf hunting …


  • Idaho panel suspends wolf management

    The Idaho Fish and Game Commission on Wednesday endorsed a decision by Gov. Butch Otter to halt state management of wolves.


  • Wolf talks at impasse, Schweitzer says

    BILLINGS – Montana’s governor said negotiations to remove gray wolves from the endangered species list have hit an impasse after Wyoming and Idaho refused to go along with an Interior …


  • State, federal leaders continue wolf talks

    BILLINGS – Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and governors from three Northern Rockies states resumed negotiations Thursday to remove the region’s wolves from the endangered list, but reached no conclusions. Western …


  • Salazar, states discuss wolf management

    After years of legal wrangling over wolf management, the Obama administration and the governors of Idaho, Montana and Wyoming on Monday discussed crafting an end-game – including whether Congress should …


  • Group to host talk about gray wolves

    The Spokane County Chapter of Citizens’ Alliance for Property Rights will host a talk on expanding gray wolf populations from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Greyhound Park Event …


  • Judge to hear arguments in wolf delisting lawsuit

    A federal judge in Missoula will hear oral arguments on June 15 on whether gray wolves in Montana and Idaho should be removed from the list of federally protected species.


  • Idaho closes another wolf hunting area

    State wildlife managers say another Idaho wolf hunting zone has been shut down after hunters filled a state quota.


  • Idaho prepares to shutter wolf hunt in 3 zones

    Wolf hunters in some parts of Idaho are nearing their quotas, prompting state wildlife managers to prepare to shutter the season there once the legal harvest limit has been reached.


  • State’s first wolf tag fetches $8,000 at auction

    State wildlife officials say the first wolf hunting tag ever printed in the state has sold for $8,000 to the highest bidder.

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