Montana Creates Website to Track Wolf Hunts

“Young of the Year” Can Be Taken In the Hunt (PUPPIES!!)

September 17, 2009

Well here we are wolf supporters, at a place we never wanted to be, day three of  the gray wolf hunt in Montana.  The  state has kindly created a website so we can track the killing.  How nice of them.  Well it was obviously created for those who enjoy killing wolves for sport, since they’re not really edible.

I can’t get the picture out of my mind of a “young of the year” wolf pup being shot.  That’s a euphemism for PUPPY.   You’ll find this description  in the Wolf hunting  guide published by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.  The purpose is apparently to tell hunters which wolves they can kill, so there won’t be any confusion when they have a wolf in their sites. 

Who kills a puppy?  Who?


Montana agency has Web page to track wolf hunt

Associated Press

Story Published: Sep 17, 2009 at 3:31 AM MDT

Story Updated: Sep 17, 2009 at 3:31 AM MDT

HELENA – The Montana Fish, Wildlife and Park has created a Web page so people can track the state’s wolf hunting season.The state’s wolf hunt opened Tuesday in some backcountry hunting districts. The general wolf season opener is set for Oct. 25. The wolf hunting Web page tracks Montana’s statewide harvest quota of 75 wolves across three specifically defined wolf management units, each with its own harvest quota. The site will be updated each weekday at 1 p.m.

The Web paged is located on the FWP Web site at Click “Montana Wolf Hunt,” under the For Hunters section, then click “Wolf Status.”

Posted in: Montana wolves, Howling for Justice

Tags: gray wolf/canis lupus, wolf hunt tracking website, wolves in the crosshairs

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2 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. i like the picthure of the wolf that you have on display. great job keep on the good work

    ps. shawna but one more thing can you add at nother picthure of a wolf thank you


  2. PLEASE help us keep these beatiful creatures safe.
    It’s horrible.
    People blame the ‘monsters’ in the wolves, becasue they can’t see the monsters in themselves.


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