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Grey Wolves #902714

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 06, 2008
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(Studio: Dan Harris) The government's lifting of protection for the grey wolf noted. {Note: poor audio throughout broadcast}

(Ketchum, Idaho: Chris Bury) The bitter dispute over the future of the grey wolf featured; scenes shown from Idaho's Boulder Mountains; details given about the recovery of the wolf population in Idaho and Yellowstone National Park and the issue of whether federal protection is still needed. [Former US Fish and Wildfire Service Carter NIEMEYER†- talks about the wolf population.] [At a sheep and cattle ranch, Idaho resident Harry SOULEN†- wants "zero" wolves.] [Lava Lake Lamb and Livestock Ranch Mike STEVENS†- says the wolves have increased, but we have minimized our losses.]

Harris, Dan;
Bury, Chris

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