WPR News
9:09 pm
Thu March 24, 2005

Scott Will Stay Out Of Wolf Debate

Jackson Hole, Wy – Grand Teton National Park Superintendent Mary Gibson Scott is certainly following Wyoming's legal battles with wolf management, but she will allow the Government to fight the issue out. Scott has no opinion on management options, other then to say she thinks the Teton Pack has done a lot for her park, especially in the area of tourism.
Scott says she is simply prepared to work with local, state and federal officials as they come to a resolution on how to manage wolves. She discussed the issue last night on Wyoming Today.