Wolves at Yellowstone

NPR's Howard Berkes reports on a federal court ruling that allows wolves to remain in Yellowstone National Park. The ruling is a defeat for ranchers and farmers, who say the wolves are a threat to livestock outside the park. But the ruling also disappoints wildlife advocates, who say it doesn't go far enough to protect the wolves.

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