Oct 14, 2011 2:30 PM by Marnee Banks (Helena)
About two dozen people have gathered in front of the Capitol in Helena to protest the hunting of wolves in Montana.
People from several wolf-advocacy groups are holding signs and howling, and plan to deliver their message to Governor Brian Schweitzer.
In a press release several days ago, Friends Of Animals spokeswoman Priscilla Feral said, "We're demanding an immediate end to state-sponsored wolf slaughter and, until it ends, we've called for a complete boycott of the states of Montana, Idaho and Wyoming."
Reporter Marnee Banks is at the scene and will have more information about the "Howl In" during this evening's newscast.
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