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Experts from three western states to discuss effects of wolves on hunting opportunities

Jon Rachael, Idaho Department of Fish and Game’s state wildlife manager and Jim Williams, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ northwest wildlife program manager will discuss the impacts wolves have had on deer, elk and other big game animals in their states. They will also discuss strategies that successful big game hunters have adopted while hunting in their states. Dave Ware, WDFW statewide game program manager, will describe the status of wolves and big game hunting in Washington.

Follow along with the presentations
As you watch the video of the three presentations, you can also view a PDF of the actual presentation, with large, high-quality images.  Set your screen up to play and listen to the video in one section of your monitor, and view the PDF in another section.  The order of the presenters is:  Jon Rachael, Jim Williams and Dave Ware.

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