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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Resume Lead for Wolf Management in Idaho As a Result of Governorís Announcement

In an effort to provide additional service to the citizens of Idaho, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Serviceís Idaho Fish and Wildlife Office is opening today a 24-hour, toll-free line for calls related to endangered gray wolf management within the state. The action was taken in response to Idaho Governor C. L. Otterís announcement that the State of Idaho would no longer manage wolves as a designated agent under the Endangered Species Act.


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