In December, a lone gray wolf was spotted in California, leading conservationists to hope that the species -- absent for more than 80 years -- could rebound in the state. But this week, Siskiyou County in Northern California is considering a ban on wolves in the region. We'll discuss the proposed ban, and efforts to protect the endangered species.
Proposed Wolf Ban
Carter Niemeyer, former coordinator of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Idaho Wolf Recovery Program
Mark Baird, boardmember of the Siskiyou County Water Users Association who raises horses and buffalo
Amaroq Weiss, Northern California representative of the California Wolf Center
Jack Hanson, rancher and county supervisor in Lassen County, where the wolf has spent much of his time, and treasurer of the California Cattlemen's Association