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Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks Ends Investigation into Wolf Death

Earlier this week, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks began investigating the death of a wolf near the Montana-Idaho border. As of Friday afternoon, the investigation ended with no charges filed.

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Missoula Man Brags on Facebook About Killing Wolves – Story Grabs Nationwide Attention

Wildlife officials are investigating after a Missoula man's Facebook claims he ran over a pair of wolf pups along the Montana-Idaho border.

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Oregon Wolf Poached Near Stevensville, FWP Seeking Information

Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks is seeking information about a wolf that poached last Saturday in the Bitterroot Valley.

"It's kind of unique, we were able to actually nail-down the time of death pretty closely, between 6 and 9 P

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How To Tell The Difference Between A Wolf And A Coyote [VIDEO]

This quick video shows exactly what visual cues you can use to never mistake the two Yellowstone Park dwellers again.

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BRISTOL, ENGLAND - MARCH 13:  Two young male wolves, two of five that have recently arrived, look out from their enclosure at The Wild Place Project on March 13, 2014 in Bristol, England. A pack of five all male European grey wolves are the latest residents at the recently opened attraction which is an extension of Bristol Zoo Gardens, just off junction 17 of the M5. Originally from Scotland, the wolves and are now living in the new Wolf Wood exhibit; an area of woodland at The Wild Place Project which has been left as natural as possible to replicate their native woodland habitat in Europe.  (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
BRISTOL, ENGLAND - MARCH 13: Two young male wolves, two of five that have recently arrived, look out from their enclosure at The Wild Place Project on March 13, 2014 in Bristol, England. A pack of five all male European grey wolves are the latest residents at the recently opened attraction which is an extension of Bristol Zoo Gardens, just off junction 17 of the M5. Originally from Scotland, the wolves and are now living in the new Wolf Wood exhibit; an area of woodland at The Wild Place Project which has been left as natural as possible to replicate their native woodland habitat in Europe. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
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Friday Fun Facts About Wolves

When the idea of introducing wolves back into Montana and the Yellowstone ecosystem wolf experts asked, “What the hell are you thinking??”

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