Biologists say what a landowner shot thinking it was a coyote has turned out to be another wild wolf shot in Missouri. It is at least the third such wolf shot in the Show-Me State in the past few years. YOU CAN CLICK HERE TO READ ABOUT IT.
It appears the wolves are expanding from a population of gray wolves in the Great Lakes area, which is where a wolf shot in western Kansas last winter was believed to have originated. YOU CAN CLICK HERE TO READ about the first official wild wolf to have been shot in Kansas in more than 100 years.
Meanwhile, a lot of eyes are on the wolf population of the northern Rocky Mountains, where states and parts of the federal government are feuding over control of the introduced animals some claim are expanding rapidly, and are wreaking havoc on many elk, moose and deer populations in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming.