Targeting bold wolves
by Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale Online!
December 12, 2010
The small town of Port Heiden, Alaska has grown weary of hungry wolves prowling the streets. Three wolf packs, each with up to about 20 animals, have become "brazení in their actions in town.
Wildlife officials in Alaska have decided to institute an emergency aerial hunt for wolves in the small Alaska viallge of Port Heiden to provide some relief from the half-dozen wolf packs that have been entering the village. The village is 45 miles away from the area where a woman was killed by wolves last March.
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