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Kayce was heading for cover behind his desk after gunmen stormed his office. And Beth was packing up her office when her assistant opened a package that exploded. The season ended with fans wondering who was behind the attacks, and uncertainty about who would make it out of season 3 alive.


12/8/10: Wyoming wolf population continues growth (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reports that based on preliminary estimates as of December 3, 2010, they estimate > 360 wolves in 42 packs (including 23 BP) in Wyoming in 2010..... (Click on the link above for the complete story.)


12/6/10: Wolf pack rampages in Georgian village (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) A pack of wolves has been on a rampage in a Georgian village (in Eurasia), killing numerous livestock and chickens recently. Wolf packs in Georgia killed a man in February, and a woman last year as well.... (Click on the link above for the complete story.)


11/19/10: Feds kill aggressive Wisconsin wolf pack (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) Federal wildlife officials have killed six wolves in western Wisconsin after determining the animals had become to accustomed to human presence and after the wolf pack killed several dogs... (Click on the link above for the complete story.)


11/10/10: Montana hunters fend off wolves (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) Two Montana hunters tell the story of being confronted by a pack of aggressive wolves..... (Click on the link above for the complete story.)


9/27/10: Another Wisconsin pack deemed habituated (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) Wildlife officials in Wisconsin recently euthanized seven wolves deemed to be a threat to human safety after the pack had become habituated to humans and apparently began preying on dogs, and now a second pack of five wolves are slated for the same fate. The Eau Claire Leader-Telegram reports that a Jackson County wolf pack has become habituated to humans and will be destroyed..... (Click on the link above for the complete story.)


9/12/10: Five wolves killed in Upper Green (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) After killing livestock on numerous occasions, five wolves from the 13-member Green River wolf pack were killed by federal wildlife officials last week... (Click on the link above for the complete story.)


8/25/10: Wolves killing calves in Upper Green (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reports that wolves from the Green River Pack killed four calves in mid-August in the Upper Green River drainage. The pack killed two additional calves earlier this summer. Wildlife Services is attempting to trap and radio collar > 1 wolf. Control actions are ongoing to remove 3-4 wolves from the pack. A single wolf killed a yearling steer near Bondurant, Wyoming in mid-August.... (Click on the link above for the complete story.)


8/23/10: Wolf weights (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) There has been much discussion of late about wolf weights in the Rocky Mountains. While weights of existing pack members in the wild would be hard to determine, here is information about the weights of the original wolves released in Yellowstone National Park in 1995 and 1996. These are the January weights of the wolves that were captured in Canada.....(Click on the link above for the complete story.)


8/18/10: Wyoming wolf status 8/13/2010 (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service issued a report on wolf status in Wyoming as of August 13, 2010. At least 24 wolf packs have denned in Wyoming in 2010. They anticipate more breeding pairs will be identified this summer as additional den/rendezvous sites are located and reproduction is confirmed. In Yellowstone Park they say monitoring of packs that had litters suggests higher pup survival relative to the last two summers where disease and strife were a significant mortality factor....(Click on the link above for the complete story.)


7/21/10: Wisconsin installs wolf howling boxes (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) In an effort to control wolf pack movements, wildlife officials are installing howling boxes in Wisconsin, hoping that when wolves hear recorded wolf howls in certain areas, they will believe that the territory is already occupied.....(Click on the link above for the complete story.)


7/19/10: Wyoming wolf update (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reports that 1-2 wolves killed a total of 14 lambs and 1 ewe on public land in the Big Horn Mountains, approximately 15 miles south of the Wyoming/Montana state border. Four additional lambs were injured and are not expected to survive. At least 14 packs have denned this spring in Wyoming, outside Yellowstone National Park....(Click on the link above for the complete story.)


7/12/10: Montana sets 186-wolf quota (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks officials have set the hunting season harvest for wolves at 186, up from the 75 it had authorized for the 2009 season....(Click on the link above for the complete story.)


5/24/10: Montana looks to reducing wolf numbers (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) The Associated Press reports that Montana wildlife commissioners have approved a plan to at least double the number of wolves harvested in the state's next wolf hunting season.....(Click on the link above for the complete story.)


5/24/10: Twenty wolf packs den in northwestern Wyoming (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) At least 20 packs of wolves in northwestern Wyoming have denned, according to federal wildlife officials.....(Click on the link above for the complete story.)


5/16/10: Wolf packs are denning (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reports that more than eight Wyoming wolf packs have denned. In Yellowstone National Park, 9-11 packs have denned....(Click on the link above for the complete story.)


5/9/10: Save wolves, hunt wolves (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) Hal Harring has an article in High Country News about Montana's first wolf hunting season. "One Way to Save the Wolf? Hunt It" ....(Click on the link above for the complete story.)


5/9/10: Montana & Idaho may up wolf quotas (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) Both Idaho and Montana officials are considering proposals to increase the quotas for their state's next wolf hunting seasons.....(Click on the link above for the complete story.)


3/30/10: Idaho wolf hunt ends (By Idaho Fish and Game) Idaho's first regulated wolf season closes statewide on March 31, 2010. The season already has closed in seven of 12 wolf zones, and as of March 29, hunters have taken 185 wolves. The harvest limit is 220. "The season has succeeded in halting the growth of Idaho's wolf population," Fish and Game Director Cal Groen said. "It showed that Fish and Game is capable of monitoring and managing a well-regulated wolf hunt." The hunt also showed that fears of wholesale slaughter of wolves were unfounded, Groen said. Hunters exhibited good compliance with the rules and with check-in and call-in requirements....(Click on the link above for the complete story.)


3/26/10: Twenty-one packs with pups (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reports that in 2009 in Wyoming (outside the national parks) a total of 21 packs produced >89 pups and met the FWS breeding pair definition. Mean litter size of pups surviving to 31 December 2009 was 4.1 pups per litter and ranged from 2-14 pups (14 pups were a double litter).....(Click on the link above for the complete story.)


3/9/10: Idaho wants expanded wolf hunt (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) The director of the Idaho Fish and Game Department is advocating an expanded wolf hunting season in order to stop the decline of the Lolo area elk population....(Click on the link above for the complete story.)


2/23/10: Wolf advocates denied injunction (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife personnel collared three wolves in one of the state's two known wolf packs last week. The three collared wolves are part of the 10-member Imnaha pack....(Click on the link above for the complete story.)


2/23/10: Oregon collars three wolves (By Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!) Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife personnel collared three wolves in one of the state's two known wolf packs last week. The three collared wolves are part of the 10-member Imnaha pack....(Click on the link above for the complete story.) 041b061a72


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