1-888-224-5889 3pm FWP Conference Call on Wolf Quotas
Here is the info on the conference call today at 3pm being held by FWP on wolf quotas. Please try to call in and make your voice heard. The Media, FWP Five Commissioners and FWP Seven Regional Supervisors are invited but there are twenty lines so there’s a chance the public could get through. Try calling carly. The main topic of conversation is whether to increase the wolf quotas in WMU-3, which would mean they would have to lower the quotas in one of the other two districts or both because they cannot exceed the 75 wolf quota.
Wolf advocates should lobby for buffer zones around Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park. We may not be able to stop the hunts but we can try to protect the wolves in the Parks. This is the number one issue due to the recent killings of the Yellowstone Cottonwood Pack, outside the park. Wolves can’t read signs and routinely move back and forth across park boundaries.
You can listen online as well. Go to fwp.mt.gov…then on left side of screen click on FWP Commission….right side of screen click on Meetings,….click on Audio Coverage……it brings up Live Commission Meetings, click on the microphone. http://fwp.mt.gov/doingBusiness/insideFWP/commission/audio.html
You can also go to the regional offices and listen. They are located at:
Jim Williams Wildlife Manager
Jim Satterfield Regional Supervisor
490 North Meridian Rd.
Mike Thompson Wildlife Manager
Mack Long Regional Supervisor
3201 Spurgin Rd
Kurt Alt Wildlife Manager
Pat Flowers Regional Supervisor
1400 South 19th Ave
Graham Taylor Wildlife Manager
Gary Bertellotti Regional Supervisor
4600 Giant Springs Road
Great Falls, Mt.
Ray Mule Wildlife Manager
Gary Hammond Regional Supervisor
2300 Lake Elmoy Drive
Carol Wentland Wildlife Manager
Pat Gunderson Regional Supervisor
54078 Hwy 2 West
John Ensign Wildlife Manager
Brad Schmitz Regional Supervisor
352 I94 Business Loop
Mile City, Mt.
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