This news has been received from:

All trademarks, copyrights, videos, photos and logos are owned by respective news sources. News stories, videos and live streams are from trusted sources.

Contact [NewsMag]

Montana wildlife officials are considering limiting grey wolf hunting and trapping in one region of the state after 23 wolves roamed out of Yellowstone National Park and were killed in recent months.

The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission is meeting via Zoom on Friday to discuss whether to place restrictions on grey wolf hunting within a region encompassing 18,000 square miles in southwest Montana and home to nine state parks, according to a meeting agenda.

Wildlife commissioners are meeting after 75 wolves were hunted or trapped in Region 3 during the 2021-2022 season to date. About 181 grey wolves were killed statewide as of Jan. 26, according to an agency memo. Based on the 2021-2022 wolf season regulations, the state has a hunting threshold of 450 wolves for the season that if reached "triggers a review by the commission."

Region 3 includes an estimated 18 percent of the state's population of wolves, according to the Fish and Wildlife Commission, so the hunting threshold is 82 wolves for that region. They had nearly hit that target in January — and the general season runs from September 15 to March 15.

In the meeting, the commission "could make no adjustments and allow the season to continue as is, they could set another threshold at which they would again evaluate harvest, or they could adjust wolf hunting and trapping regulations in part or all of the region," the memo reads.

The Associated Press reported that 23 grey wolves escaped Yellowstone and were killed in recent months, with eighteen of them hunted in Montana. A wolf pack known as the Phantom Lake Pack is being considered eliminated after the wolves were repeatedly hunted since October, according to the wire service.

The number of Yellowstone wolves that have been killed represents the highest number hunted in a season since the animals were introduced back into the region about 25 years ago, the AP noted. Once a wolf leaves parkland or a protected area, it can be hunted under Montana state law.

Grey wolves were first listed as endangered more than 45 years ago, but the population rebounded due to a recovery effort, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. In 2020, the agency said the grey wolf population had reached 6,000 in the lower 48 states and announced that the animals were being removed from the list of animals protected under Endangered Species Act.

But in September, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said it was conducting a comprehensive review of whether to put grey wolves in the western U.S. back on the list.

Tags Montana

News Source:

Tags: montana wildlife officials fish and wildlife service according wolf hunting yellowstone the commission the state

Farmers Markets Of Minneapolis Collaborative

Next News:

Kylie Jenner’s pregnant nemesis Tammy Hembrow shows off her bare belly as her due date approaches in new video

KYLIE Jenner’s pregnant nemesis Tammy Hembrow has shown off her bare belly in a new video as her due date approaches.

The two ex-besties kicked up some old dirt between them back when Tammy accused Kylie of "stealing" the name wolf before she changed her newborn's name.

5Kylie Jenner's nemesis Tammy Hembrow posted more photos of her bare belly as her due date is approaching for her baby girlCredit: Instagram/ Tammy Hembrow 5Tammy posted several photos of her pregnant belly last night on InstagramCredit: Instagram/ Tammy Hembrow

Last night, Tammy took to her Instagram to show off her bursting baby bump as she is soon expecting a baby girl.

Tammy, 28, posed on her bed in only underwear with her tank top pulled up over her protruding belly.

She took a snap of the view of her stomach and captioned the photo: "She wants out."

Tammy posted two additional photos to her Instagram Story, one of her belly as she laid on her side and the other a selfie as she held up a peace sign.

Read More on Tammy Hembrow'ALMOST TIME!' Kylie's nemesis Tammy looks like she's about to POP as she shows off bellyOH WOW HEMBROW Kylie’s pregnant rival Tammy Hembrow poses NAKED in just a thin white sheet

She captioned the later image: "Friday night party in my uterus."


The squabble began when Kylie, 24, announced she named her newborn son Wolf, which also happened to be the name of Tammy's six-year-old boy.

Kylie later announced she decided to change Wolf's name saying it "just didn't fit him," although she still hasn't told fans what she changed it to.

Most read in EntertainmentPEAK-A-BOO Kardashian fans FINALLY get 'first picture' of Kylie Jenner's baby boyTHEY SAID WHAT? Kardashian fans 'horrified' by sexual comments between Khloe and RobBAD CALL Kardashian fans spot 'red flag' on Khloe's cheating ex Tristan's phoneGIRL POWER! Today's Savannah holds back tears as she gushes over her friendship with Hoda

Some fans thought she had changed his name due to the fallout with Tammy.

Tammy subtly called out her ex-BFF's name choice in an Instagram post where she posed with her oldest child.

The Aussie model wrapped one arm around Wolf and the other over her baby bump as the two looked into each other's eyes, smiling.

She simply captioned the shot with a nod to her eldest child's name: "My Wolf."

Tammy is also a mom to her daughter Saskia with her ex-fiancé Reece Hawkins who she broke up with in June 2018.

Kylie's fans thought her caption might have been a dig at the reality star choosing the same name for her second child.

One person commented on the post: "The OG wolf."

While another echoed the statement, writing: "Lol period, you were first!"

Following a slew of others who recognized Kylie's potential baby name inspiration, someone else added: "I’m glad I’m not the only one who made the connection mad quick and came to Tammy’s page."


Although the social media shade didn't stop there.

Tammy's sharp-eyed fans spotted more shade being thrown in the comments of a TikTok post that followed.

A user replied to Tammy's post about her pregnancy and wrote: "I just know you are naming your baby Bently!"

Although Tammy was quick to reply and said: "Actually, liking the name Stormi at the moment."

A fan spotted the comments and reposted the screen snap onto a thread on Reddit.

The user captioned their thread: "Tammy Hembrow throwing shade at Kylie."

Someone responded: "Not grown women with kids beefing over baby names."

A second wrote: "So petty. Seriously, Wolf is not such a particularly special name, there are other people named that."

A third fan stepped in to explain: "She's petty because she told Kylie about the idea of naming a kid Stormi. Then, Kylie got pregnant before her and stole the idea and then the same with Wolf."

A fourth fan voiced their opinion and wrote: "You cannot 100% claim a name. I'm sorry. Women can be so petty!"

Yet a fifth simply called the spat: "How childish."


Kylie and Tammy's friendship began sometime in the late 2010s.

Tammy became well-acquainted with the Kardashian family through Khloé Kardashian.

Throughout 2018, the Instagram fitness guru appeared in campaigns for Khloé's Good American clothing line.

In August of that year, she attended Kylie's 21st birthday party and was carried out on a stretcher by the night's end.

In October 2019, rumors swirled online about a supposed romance between Tammy and Kylie's ex-boyfriend, Tyga.

The reports were a result of fans claiming Tyga shouted out Tammy in a guest verse on the remix of Ambjaay's Uno.

In his lyrics, Tyga mentioned a girl by the name of Tammy - without confirming it was Hembrow - and rapped about their X-rated encounter in the parking lot of an In N Out Burger.

Although the rapper didn't confirm that it was the Kardashian-Jenner friend in question, Tammy verified that she is the woman name-dropped in the verse.

On her podcast, Hanging With The Hembrows, she went into detail about how Tyga previewed the song for her prior to its release and that she gave the Young Money rapper permission to name-drop her.

The fitness influencer said on her podcast: "It’s not dissing me at all, but it’s also just a song.

"People are so crazy! Do you actually take rappers’ songs so literally?"

She added: "He’s just a friend of mine and I feel like this is just like taken so out of proportion and crazy. People are just ridiculous."

"I heard it before it came out and I’m literally just friends with him."

"I’ve been to a bunch of his shows and I’m friends with people that he’s friends with."

Read More On The SunEXTREME FALLOUT AGT hit with 'serious federal violations' after stuntman left paralyzedSWITCH UP I’m a Starbucks barista - workers let customers change menu item & it's annoying

Earlier that year, the two were seen together on numerous occasions while Tyga was on tour in Australia.

Despite Tammy's denial of a romance with Tyga, Kylie unfollowed her on social media.

5Kylie and Tammy feuded it out as fans thought Tammy accused Kylie of stealing her boy's name Wolf for her new babyCredit: Getty 5Fans thought Kylie changed her newborn's name because of her fallout with TammyCredit: Instagram / Tammy Hembrow 5Tammy then threw shade in some TikTok comments as she threatened to name her new baby girl StormiCredit: Instagram / Tammy Hembrow
We pay for your stories!

Do you have a story for The US Sun team?

Email us at [email protected] or call 212 416 4552. Like us on Facebook at and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSunUS

Other News

  • Pennsylvania Governor Reviewing Judge’s Injunction Against Interstate Tolling Plans; Republicans Laud the Decision
  • Behind-The-Scenes Of Wildlife Science Centers Mission To Learn All About Wolves
  • Siblings night out! Zara Tindall is elegant in a lilac and grey gown as she joins brother Peter Phillips at the Tusk Ball at the Natural History Museum
  • Growing number of sick and dying California brown pelicans worries animal experts
  • Pennsylvania Supreme Court Celebrating 300th Anniversary With Commemoration Events In Philadelphia
  • Inside Kim Kardashian’s custom $185K grey Mercedes-Maybach S580 featuring black interior with neon lighting
  • Wildlife officials truck Chinook salmon to cooler waters in emergency move to help them spawn
  • Celebrate good times with Kool The Gang as fans get down on it at Wolf Trap
  • Sam Ryder confirms A1 boyband member Ben Adams represented Norway at Eurovision
  • I’m 61 and had the same bob for 12yrs – then I tried extensions & realised you’re never too old to have long locks
  • Cameras Capture Young Wolf Pups Near Voyageurs National Park
  • I was quoted £3k to transform my boring bathroom into a chic grey space but did it myself and it saved me thousands
  • Cartoon: Lone wolf
  • Mayorkas tours border to prepare for asylum limits to end
  • I’m the world’s hairiest bloke dubbed ‘Wolf Man’ with 98% of my body covered & people all ask the same stupid thing
  • Grove Proposes Bill to Address Future Pennsylvania Election Complaints
  • Fury as serial sex fiend who raped an 11-year-old girl wearing a wolf mask gets his ‘harsh sentence’ overturned
  • Jennifer Grey says Johnny Depp was so beautiful it was inhuman
  • Proposed revision of Mexican wolf management plan draws fire