The biggest threat to efforts to conserve the gray wolf came earlier this year, when the Obama administration took the species off the endangered species list in Idaho and Montana. The ruling allowed both states to reinclude gray wolves in their hunting seasons. Protecting the animals can be expensive; conservation groups have had to shell out large payments to ranchers to keep them from killing the wolves, or to compensate them for pets killed by gray wolves. So more money and more sympathy from the federal government are the two biggest factors needed for the protection of the animals.
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