Gray Wolf becomes 17th species to be delisted from Endangered Species Act

In the next month or so, gray wolves in several U.S. states will be declared no longer endangered, and will be officially delisted from the Endangered Species Act. This marks just the 17th time in 33 years that a species has rebounded enough to no longer need ESA protection.

Of course, we all know that the wolf still has a treacherous road ahead, especially once the guns start shooting in Idaho.

Fare well, gray wolves.

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