More than 700 wolves could be culled as part of winter predator control programs

The state is targeting hundreds of wolves again this winter as part of ongoing predator control programs.  More than 700 animals could be taken to benefit moose and caribou populations in 6 areas of the state, from the Alaska Peninsula to the interior.  The wolf control programs allow state certified pilot gunner teams to track and shoot wolves from the air or after landing.

Dan Bross, KUAC – Fairbanks

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