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Idaho: Hunters, trappers play role in managing Idaho wolves

from The Spokesman-Review

Idaho's traditional elk-hunting breadbasket — those mountainous, backcountry units stretching from the Selway country down through the Salmon River country — continues to falter at producing elk. Wolves are part of the problem. Idaho Fish and Game officials say they are trying to help those herds in various ways, including sending a professional hunter into the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness last winter to kill wolves to improve survival of elk in one of the state's worst-hit herds. more

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