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FWS To Review Gray Wolf Population In Western U.S.

(Denver, CO)  --  The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will start a one year review of the gray wolf population in the western U.S.  Two petitions have been filed because of actions in Idaho and Montana that allow more of the wolves to be killed.  If it's determined that a listing is warranted, that would happen under a separate rulemaking process.  Former President Trump lifted most of the protections for the gray wolf.

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