Wolf advocate warned for claiming carcass
by Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!
February 9, 2010
An Idaho wolf advocate has been issued a written warning for her attempt to claim a wolf carcass killed by federal officials (for livestock depredations) as her own. She tagged the wolf with an Idaho wolf tag. If the ploy had worked, the animal would count against the wolf hunt quota. But state officials said that was inappropriate and cited her for her action, noted that under Idaho code, any wolves killed in control actions become property of the state.
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