Hunters now have killed at least 33 wolves in northwest Wyoming since the start of the state's first wolf hunt six weeks ago.
As of today, three hunt areas are closed to further wolf hunting after hunters reached their local kill limits. Nine other hunt areas remained open.
The statewide limit for this year's hunt is 52 wolves. The trophy hunting season ends Dec. 31. That means licensed hunters have until the end of the year to kill 19 more wolves.