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The Debate Surrounding MT’s Controversial Wolf Hunt Continues

The debate surrounding the plan to extend MT’s wolf hunt into April got picked up by MT’s NBC station. Kudos to National WolfWatcher Coalition‘s Marc Cooke for giving wolves a voice!

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2 Responses to The Debate Surrounding MT’s Controversial Wolf Hunt Continues

  1. Norma Parker says:

    Who do I contact with comments concerning the recent assualt on wolves from the Ravali commisioners. The Daily Interlake said a meeting with FWP was to be held this Wed. and all options, trapping, baiting etc are on the table. What is wrong with these people??? Support MT ranchers and buy beef, cattlemen are commpensated for lost livestock and the trophy hunters of elk should not be whinning. Frustrating to believe Bruce Sterling, an admired, experieced wildlife manager was out hunting elk to protect someones haystake. I need a FWP contact to beable to sumbit comments.

    Thank you, N. Parker

    • nywolf says:

      Hi Norma,
      Thank you for the post and your concern. Please contact National WolfWatcher Coalition’s Marc Cooke at NWC has done some great work for wolves in that area and Marc has been an amazing lead.
      Thanks again!

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