Wolf plan can't be substitute for common sense December 18, 2016 California

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Wolf plan can't be substitute for common sense December 18, 2016 California, Chico Enterprise-Record
... Deer herds in northeastern California, where the wolves are likely to take hold, have been in decline for years. The number of deer tags available to hunters has been in decline, too. Will the DFW limit the number of hunters even more so the wolves have more to eat? ...

State sets course for rebounding California gray wolf December 6, 2016, WRAL.com
... The California gray wolves will keep their endangered species protections even once the rebounding animal hits a population of at least 50, state wildlife officials said Wednesday...

Two Gray Wolves Confirmed Present in Lassen County November 2, 2016 California CDFW News
    After a wolf-like canid was photographed by trail cameras in Lassen County in fall 2015 and spring 2016, CDFW began operating additional trail cameras in the area and regularly searching for wolf scat and tracks. ...  Genetic analysis of the samples confirmed the presence of a male and a female gray wolf. ...

California Ranchers Fight Gray Wolf Protections February 3, 2017 Courthouse News Service
... The administrative record shows that the gray wolf is not native to California, making it ineligible for listing, the groups say in their Tuesday lawsuit. They say the commission’s listing was based on inadequate analysis ...


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