Wolf population stable

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Wyoming Game and Fish Department says for the 19th consecutive year, wolf numbers exceed delisting criteria. State wildlife managers say steady gray wolf populations and conflict trends indicate Wyoming has reached a stable point around the state’s wolf population objective. According to the 2020 report, at least 327 wolves in 44 or more packs, including about 23 breeding pairs, inhabited Wyoming statewide on December 31st. Furthermore, the 2020 Wyoming Gray Wolf Monitoring and Management annual report points out that Wyoming is maintaining wolf numbers at healthy levels using hunting, which also helps hold conflict numbers at bay.


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