Posted by: Bob Payne | August 4, 2011

Plan for Delisting Wyoming Wolves Announced

An agreement appears to have been reached between state and federal officials over how to remove wolves from the Endangered Species List in Wyoming. Governor Matt Mead released on Wednesday that he and representatives from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have finalized the elements of a proposed plan. The plan is meant to ensure a stable and sustainable population of wolves in Wyoming while still allowing wolves to be shot on sight in most of the state.

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  1. The approval to kill wolves on sight leaves me nauseated. A few farmers/ranchers shouldn’t be making life & death decisions based on exaggeration & fear-mongering over science and ethics. Those wild animals should be able to exist in larger numbers than has been designated by politics, greed, & egocentric personalities.


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