This article explains how the gray wolf in Wyoming which was almost extinct about ten years ago is now recovered and going out of the Endangered Species list effectively in September 30. Northern Rockies are home to about 1,774 adult wolves and more than 109 breeding pairs. The gray wolves will now be managed by the “trophy games” annually. As well as federal officials will allow regulated hunting of the wolves. However, other people do not agree on the same actions the federal officials are taking, a wildlife conservation director, says that is absorbs they are doing the same thing that caused the gray wolves to be extinct in the first place.