State switching wolf approach from monitoring to management

By | June 14, 2015

The Daily Inter Lake reports that with gray wolves recovered in Northwest Montana, the state wildlife agency’s role has been moving from species monitoring to management, including hunting. One of the biggest elements of that change is the departure of Kent Laudon, the region’s top wolf expert who retired Friday after a decade spent trapping, tracking and monitoring wolves in the Northwest Recovery Zone, which roughly spans the top half of Montana’s Rocky Mountains. Read the full story here.  Nothing on the FWP website, though.


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