‘Wolf numbers, impacts stabilizing’
Mark Heinz | Cody Enterprise
Editor's note: This information flies in the face of the anti-wolf crowd's assertions that wolves will eat all the elk. It has never worked that way, and isn't now.
Amid ongoing controversy and fascination, wolves are coming into long-term equilibrium with their prey and habitat here, an expert on the predators said.
Meanwhile, the trend of wolves moving out of Yellowstone Park might be reversing itself, at least in the northern part of the park, said Douglas Smith, the head of Yellowstone’s Gray Wolf Restoration Project.
Smith, himself a hunter, said he takes a “moderate” position regarding wolf management, and doesn’t think a single policy will work in all areas.
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