Western Gray Wolves in the Northern Rocky Mountains
Gray Wolves in the Northern Rocky Mountains
Mountain-Prairie Region
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News, Information and Recovery Status Reports

Gray wolf

Background Information:

Wolf Management in Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming:


State and Tribal Wolf Management Plans:


 

Other Federal Wolf Recovery Programs:

 


 

 

February 2008 - Final Rule Delisting the Distinct Population Segment (DPS) of the Northern Rocky Mountain (NRM) Gray Wolf:

Past Federal Actions On Gray Wolf Status and Management in Northern Rocky Mountains:

  • January 2005 - New Regulation (10(j) Special Rule) Allows Greater Management Flexibility of Gray Wolves for the States of Montana and Idaho:
  • Federal Register Notice

  • Press Release

  • 2003 - Final Rule to Designate 3 District Population Segments and Change the ESA Status of the Gray Wolf throughout Most of the Lower 48 States:
  • Federal Register Notice

  • 2000 - Proposal to Change the ESA Status of the Gray Wolf throughout Most of the Lower 48 States:
  • Federal Register Notice

  • 1978 - Reclassification of the Gray Wolf in the United States and Mexico, with Determination of Critical Habitat in Michigan and Minnesota:
  • Federal Register Notice

Annual Reports:

Weekly Reports:

We are discontinuing the interagency weekly reports, because the NRM wolf population is now delisted and the States have management authority for those wolves. Please contact ID, MT, WY, OR, WA, or UT for updated wolf information in their state.

 

Last updated: April 9, 2008
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