Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation offers to finance more aggressive wolf killing March 20, 2012 Montana

Montana Population Deer Population and Management News Archive


Wolves, lions and bears are blamed for falling populations of elk in several parts of Montana, while coyotes are a threat to Eastern Montana deer and antelope populations that have also suffered major disease outbreaks... Montana had at least 653 wolves at the end of 2011. Its 2011-12 wolf hunting season tallied 166 wolf kills, including 92 adults, 35 yearlings and 25 juveniles. Most of the adults weighed 91 pounds, with the largest weighing 120 pounds.


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