Federal Protection of Gray Wolves May End
"Gray wolves, whose packs now prowl through the northern Rockies and the forests along the Great Lakes, no longer need endangered-species protection to prevent their extinction, the Obama administration said Friday." Read the full article here.
Wolves may soon loose their remaining endangered species protections. The Fish and Wildlife Service has revealed a proposal that would lift any remaining… Read the Full Article >
Montana Halts Wolf Hunting near Yellowstone
In response to recent kills of collared wolves Montana wildlife commissioners have decided to shut down hunting and trapping in areas east and west of the town Gardiner, just days before the trapping season was set to open. Shooting a collared wolf is legal as long as it is done within the state’s hunting regulations.
Wildlife commissioners have yet to yield to pressure from wildlife advocates… Read the Full Article >
Alterations to Wisconsin Wolf Hunting Rule Regarding Dogs
“The Department of Natural Resources will present a wolf hunting rule next week that is little changed from the version that drew a lawsuit and temporary injunction this fall. The rule, detailed in a draft known as a "Green Sheet," would spell out several minor regulations on the training of dogs for wolf hunting, the most controversial part of the Wisconsin wolf hunting and trapping law.”
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Fifty Wolves Killed During Opening Weekend in Minnesota
"Hunters killed at least 50 wolves during the opening weekend of Minnesota's first managed wolf hunt, the Department of Natural Resources said.” Read the full article here.
The Department of Natural Resources estimated that there would be about 70 wolves taken opening weekend. This is just a 2% success rate for the 3,600 hunters who hold an early season license. So far hunters have reported… Read the Full Article >
Minnesota Hunters Snatch-up Leftover Wolf Licenses
Minnesota hunters were eager to snatch up the 614 leftover wolf tags for the early season this past Monday. Within minutes of opening the sale of tags to hunters, all tags were spoken for. "I heard they were gone in 3 1/2 minutes,'' said Ed Boggess, Department of Natural Resources Fish and Wildlife Division director. There were a total of 3,600 tags offered for the early season hunt and 2,400 tags… Read the Full Article >
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Hunt Wolves.com- Everything you need to know to get your wolf skin rug
This is a website dedicated to the United States newest game species the Gray Wolf. That’s right; thanks to the all the hard work from our friends in the Sierra Club, Defenders of Wildlife, & Western Watersheds, Idaho, Montana, Minnesota, & Wisconsin have an exciting new hunting season. For years environmentalists plead for the gray wolf to be restocked in the Rockies. For the past 14 years the hunters in Idaho, Montana, and other states have stood by as deer and elk populations have been decimated, ranchers have stood by while their livelihood was eaten before their eyes, and the rest of the residents of these states have footed the bill for a federally mandated reintroduction. The residents of these states will finally reap the benefits of the climbing wolf population through state run hunting seasons. If you’re interested in hunting wolves, you’ve come to the right place for hunting tips, laws and regulations, and everything else you’ll need to know to bag a wolf.