Gray Wolf Hunts Planned After De-Listing

March 29th, 2008 in Biology /
Gray Wolf Hunts Planned After De-Listing (AP)
A gray wolf rests in tall grass in this undated photo provided by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The good news for gray wolves is that they've been taken off the Federal Endangered Species Act list in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. The bad news? Idaho is finalizing plans to allow their public hunting in fall 2008. (AP Photo/US Fish & Wildlife)


A gray wolf rests in tall grass in this undated photo provided by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The good news for gray wolves is that they've been taken off the Federal Endangered Species Act list in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. The bad news? Idaho is finalizing plans to allow their public hunting in fall 2008. (AP Photo/US Fish & Wildlife)

(AP) -- Good news for gray wolves in the northern Rocky Mountains: They no longer need federal protection. The bad news for the animals? Plans are already in the works to hunt them.



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