Speakers for and against the removal of the gray wolf from the threatened and endangered species lists take turns at the microphone at the Department of Fish and Wildlife Service hearing in November 2013 in Sacramento.
Speakers for and against the removal of the gray wolf from the threatened and endangered species lists take turns at the microphone at the Department of Fish and Wildlife Service hearing in November 2013 in Sacramento. José Luis Villegas Sacramento Bee file
Speakers for and against the removal of the gray wolf from the threatened and endangered species lists take turns at the microphone at the Department of Fish and Wildlife Service hearing in November 2013 in Sacramento. José Luis Villegas Sacramento Bee file

Hunters fear fading voice at Fish and Game Commission

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