A hunter took a wolf at the beginning of bow season, closing the North Fork wolf hunt until gun season opens . . .
An elk hunter with a wolf license shot a wolf on the fourth day of archery season just west of the Whitefish Divide, prompting Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks to close the North Fork Flathead’s wolf management Unit 110.
It is the only hunting district in the state that retains a quota for wolves.
Only two can be harvested per year in the district, which covers the North Fork west of Glacier National and extends over the Whitefish Divide into Lincoln County.