Since wolves were removed from the Endangered Species Act last year, Gray Wolves of the Northern Rockies have been under assault.
Hunters in Idaho can legally shoot and trap as many wolves as they like year-round. In Montana, individual hunters can kill up to 20 wolves a year each. In Wyoming, there is no hunting limit across much of the state. Even the wolves of Yellowstone National Park are being hunted when they leave the park’s boundaries.
If this continues, we risk losing 90% of the Gray Wolves of the Northern Rockies in Idaho alone.