COCOLALLA — Wolf People’s alleged disregard for conditions of an Idaho Department of Fish & Game agreement is coming back to bite the wolf advocacy and education enterprise.
Fish & Game advised Wolf People last month that it is withholding a commercial license that enables the company to exhibit its 23 wolves to the public, according to documents obtained by The Bonner County Daily Bee under Idaho’s public records law.
The license suspension is in effect for one year.
The state is suspending Wolf People’s license for its failure to comply with the terms of a 2012 consent agreement prohibiting physical contact with the captive wolves and a failure to put up a $50,000 bond to guarantee compliance with the agreement…
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