(JACKSON, WY) – Wolf hunting season has started in Wyoming. State authorities say the hunt is open until the end of the year. Certain areas will be assigned a quota for wolf kills, and the hunts in specific areas will close once the quotas are met. Hunters will be required to report their kills within 24 hours, and present a hide and skull to a game warden within five days of harvesting a wolf. Hunters will be required to purchase a tag for specific areas, though no quotas or licenses will be required in some rural areas on the east side of the state.
John Newsome and Anne Woolsey, CNN