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Another Wolf Hunt Area Closes

December 27, 2012 Greater Yellowstone, State of Wyoming No Comments
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As the first wolf hunting season in Wyoming draws to a close, another hunt area in the four trophy management units have closed as quotas were reached there.  Currently, only one wolf remains to be taken in the Jackson management unit with three of the four harvest areas here closed, and three of four harvest areas in the Absaroka management unit have closed due to quotas being met as well.  As of Wednesday morning, 41 animals had been taken by hunters in the trophy game regions and 23 across the remainder of the state.  The hunt in Wyoming comes to a close December 31st.

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