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New Wyoming Feedground Plan Bans Anti-Wolf Efforts

“The Bridger-Teton National Forest has asked the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to change its management plans to prohibit killing wolves that are preying on elk gathered at forestland feedgrounds.

The request came as part of the Bridger-Teton’s decision to OK the continuation of an elk feeding operation on 91 acres up the Gros Ventre River drainage at Alkali Creek. An “implementation guideline” included in the forest’s final decision on the Alkali Creek Feedground expands a requirement to classify wolves as a “scavenger” that cannot be harassed or killed at all other “authorized feedgrounds on the Bridger-Teton.”

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