Three more wolves were killed in southwestern Montana’s Region 3 hunting district where Yellowstone National Park visitor com to see them even after Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks closed the season there on February 17th when the 82-wolf quota was reached. So far this winter 25 wolves known to park officials have been killed in Montana, Wyoming and Idaho; the majority of 19 in Montana. The park’s current wolf population is estimated at 89. Montana’s wolf season closes on March 15th.
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