Wyoming man fined for illegally killing gray wolf

    A 21-year-old Wyoming man was ordered to pay $1,855 for killing a gray wolf illegally in the state’s trophy zone, without a license. Additionally, the man lied about killing the animal legally.

    Cody resident Austin Kondash pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor offense in Park County Circuit Court.

    In most of the state, wolves are classified as predators and can be killed at any time as long as they are reported to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.


    This is not the case in the northwest part of the state, without a license. A judge also suspended Kondash’s hunting, fishing, and trapping privileges for three years.


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