The hunt of wolves in the Jackson Hole area is approaching its quota in three of the four hunting areas. Collectively, those three areas permit the taking of six wolves as trophy game while the fourth area just north of Wilson and Jackson permits another seven. According to this week’s report from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, 16 animals have been killed so far in this year’s hunt which would permit 52 animals to be taken as trophy game in the northwestern corner of the state. Five have been shot in the Absaroka management area, four in the Wind River unit and six in the Jackson area. So far this hunting season, 29 wolves have been killed in Idaho and seven have been killed in Montana.