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Appeals Court Rules Wolf Hunts May Continue

A federal appeals court has rejected a lawsuit from conservationists that want to block wolf hunts.  Wednesday's ruling from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court Of Appeals says Congress did have authority to intervene when it stropped protections from wolves last spring.

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Otter to Oregon Gov: Have Some More Wolves

Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter has offered to send Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber 150 wolves, saying his own state has a few of the predators to spare.  Monday's offer came in a tongue-in-cheek letter where Otter sarcastically apologized to Kitzhaber after an Idaho hunter killed a w

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Idaho Wolf Tags Selling Slowly

Idaho's hunters aren't exactly howling for wolf tags this season. The Idaho Department of Fish and Game sold 4,717 resident tags and 175 nonresident tags through Tuesday. Before the state's 2009-10 hunt, 4,000 tags sold on the first day and more than 30,000 were sold in total. Hunters killed 1

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Commission To Decide Wolf Hunt Season In Idaho.

This is a big week for wolf hunters in Idaho. The Idaho Fish and Game Commission will consider hunting and trapping seasons during its meeting in Salmon. Government biologists declared the gray wolf recovered from near-extermination in the Northern Rockies a decade ago. Yet they were kept on

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Groups File Lawsuit In Wolf Delisting

Environmental groups have asked a federal judge to put gray wolves back on the endangered species list in the Northern Rockies. Two lawsuits were filed in federal court in Montana yesterday as control over more than 1,300 wolves was turned over to state auth

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Federal Government Clears Way For Wolf Hunts

The Obama administration says it is lifting endangered species act protections for 5,500 wolves in eight states in the Northern Rockies and Great Lakes including here in Idaho.  The move will turn control over the predators to state wildlife agencies. Public hunts for hundreds of wolves already are planned fo

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Wolf Delisting Part Of Federal Budget

An attachment to a federal budget bill needed to avert a government shutdown would take gray wolves off the endangered species list across most of the Northern Rockies. Wildlife advocates conceded Tuesday the wolf provision was all but certain to remain in the spending bill after efforts to remove

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