Idaho Governor: Don’t Shoot Wolves

by the Associated Press

Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter is warning Idaho hunters not to shoot wolves they see chasing elk, a reversal of his stance just a day ago.

On Monday, he announced Idaho was relinquishing wolf management duties in protest of the federal government’s refusal to allow a public hunt.

After a press conference in Boise, Otter told The Associated Press that federal laws allow hunters to shoot wolves they saw pursuing elk or moose. But he clarified his position Tuesday.

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