Aaron Kunz

Boise State Public Radio
Sockeye Salmon
4:01 pm
Fri September 16, 2011

Idaho sockeye salmon count exceeds expectations

Sockeye roundup in Idaho.
Jessica Robinson Northwest News Network

BOISE, Idaho – This year might not be a record year for Idaho’s endangered sockeye salmon. But biologists with Idaho Fish and Game say the returning adult salmon count is already above expectations for the year. They get an idea of those numbers during the annual “Sockeye Roundup.”

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Endangered species
4:26 pm
Mon September 12, 2011

Wolf groups file 9th Circuit appeal

Groups sue to put wolves back on the Endangered Species list.

BOISE, Idaho – Two wolf advocacy organizations officially made their case last week in federal court to get wolves listed as endangered species. They want the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to rule that taking wolves off the Endangered Species list earlier this year was unconstitutional.

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Wolf hunting
4:39 pm
Tue August 30, 2011

Wolf advocates call for Idaho boycott

Members of Friends of Animals protesting.
Northwest News Network

BOISE, Idaho – As Idaho opened it’s 2011 wolf hunt today, critics started voicing their concern across the country.

One group asked people at Central Park in New York City to call Idaho Governor Butch Otter and ask him to stop the hunt.

The New York based group Friends of Animals says this is a last minute effort in response to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision last week to turn down a request to stop the wolf hunts in Idaho and Montana.

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Salmon recovery
5:05 pm
Tue August 2, 2011

Judge: Salmon plan falls short

Federal Judge James Redden this afternoon struck down the federal government’s plan for managing salmon and steelhead in the Columbia and Snake rivers.

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