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Wolf Reintroduction In Idaho, 25 Years Later

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Wolf B-11, nicknamed Hinton, being released into the wild during the second release in 1995.

  Twenty-five years ago, wolves were reintroduced in Idaho. Ranchers feared for their livestock while wolf supporters celebrated their return. The controversial decision still is playing out today. We talk with Suzanne Stone of the Wood River Wolf Project and former Idaho Statesman environmental reporter Rocky Barker about this historic anniversary.

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Samantha Wright is a news reporter and producer for Idaho Matters.