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Wildlife Commission Seeking Amendment to Wolf Regulations
Amendment would allow landowners to shoot a wolf that is potential threat to safety or livestock
The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission is seeking comment on proposed amendments to rules that provide for landowners or their agents without a hunting license to take a wolf that is a potential threat to human safety, livestock or pets.

The proposed rule amendments would provide a means to carry out a new state law while ensuring the lawful take and reporting is formally defined and authorized, according to FWP. Proposed amendments also reflect various updates and clarifications identified since the wolf was delisted.

A public hearing will be held at 6 p.m. in Kalispell on Dec. 4 at FWP headquarters, 490 N. Meridian Rd.

Public comment on the draft rule will be accepted through Dec. 20.

A final rule will considered for approval by the Fish and Wildlife Commission in the spring. For more information, visit the FWP website.
 
On 11-21-13, mooseberryinn commented....
Got wolves?  Got a gun?  No problem.
 
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