Friday, March 24th, 2023
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To study wolverines, scientists track humans

Wolverines are notoriously hard to track. Elusive and strong enough to claw their way out of even the strongest traps, they’ve forced scientists to adjust. The lack of data has hindered a possible endangered species listing from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Scientists do know the animals’ habitat is shrinking. The Wolverine-Winter Recreation Research

Group wants lethal traps banned in Idaho wolverine habitat

BOISE, Idaho — An environmental group is asking Idaho officials to prosecute a trapper who killed a wolverine and ban lethal traps in areas inhabited by wolverines, but state officials say they will do neither. The Center for Biological Diversity made the request Tuesday in a letter to Idaho Department of Fish and Game Director

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