Plan contemplates a possible large state wolf population-
The preferred alternative sounds like an advanced plan with a much better distribution pattern of wolves than we find in Idaho, and especially better than Montana or Wyoming. Currently the state has two wolf packs. One, near Twisp, falls fully under protection of the Endangered Species Act and consists of wolves that migrated in, not from the Rockies, but from the B.C. Coastal ranges.
Here is the plan. 4.5mb pdf
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*Whoever wrote the headline in the PI story didn’t seem to sense the real story in the story.