The Wyoming Game and Fish Department captures wolves and puts radio collars on them to aid studies of the predators’ population and movements.
A lone wolf stands out on the horizon near Bondurant.
Hunting, predatory animal-zone killing could resume following ruling from D.C. judges.
A legislative committee is sponsoring a bill that would prohibit Game and Fish employees and Wyoming law enforcement from assisting federal officials investigating people who kill or injure grizzly bears or wolves.
Wildlife biologists say pronghorn may be taking advantage of the buffer coyotes leave between themselves and wolves, possibly spurring population growth.