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Gray wolves in the northern Rocky Mountains (NRM) were classified under the Endangered Species Act through 2008 as either endangered in the Northwest Montana Recovery Area (NWMT) where wolves recolonized naturally beginning in 1979, or experimental, non-essential in the Central Idaho and Greater Yellowstone Experimental Population Areas (CIEPA and GYEPA respectively) where wolves were reintroduced in 1995 and 1996.
They showed how demographic trends and human-caused mortality affected these predictions differently for six analysis areas within the NRM (Idaho, ID; NWMT; Southwest Montana adjacent to CIEPA, SWMT-CIEPA; Southwest Montana adjacent to GYEPA, SWMT-GYEPA; Wyoming, WY; Yellowstone National Park, YNP; Mitchell et al.
The NWMT, CIEPA and GYEPA federal recovery area boundaries overlap the states of Montana, Idaho and Wyoming (Mitchell et al.