continues his trek westward, one of his brothers was found shot by a hunter in Idaho. In states like California and Oregon, gray wolves are rare — in fact, OR-7 is the first to set a paw in the Golden State in more than 90 years. However, not so far away, in Idaho, the predators are sometimes seen as nuisances and there is a wolf hunting season. Warren interviews Rocky Barker, environmental reporter for the Idaho Statesman and author of “Scorched Earth: How the Fires of Yellowstone Changed America” about what seems to be a political divide. Listen below.
Why Idaho hunts wolves
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