CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 26, 1984
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REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
(Minnesota) Controversy over management of eastern timber wolf population, brought back from near extinction, examined; films shown. [Minnesota wildlife division spokesperson Roger HOLMES - notes necessity of controlling wolf population.] Research into wolf pack behavior noted sanctioned under Federal Endangered Species Act; details of program discussed. [US Fish and Wildlife Service spokesperson L. David MECH - explains difficulty in tracking wolves.] [Farmer Delmar SCHROEDER - wants hunting season to control wolves.] [MECH - explains federal government's approach to problems.] [Defenders of Wildlife spokesperson Allen E. SMITH - disagrees with controlled killing to save wolves.]
REPORTER: Frank Currier
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