Litigation Counsel Anna Seidman of Safari Club International (SCI) talks to Cam Edwards about the ruling handed down by a federal judge regarding the protected status of gray wolves. The wolves' place on a protected list had ended under a new federal regulation, but the population in Wyoming was not de-listed because the state failed to meet the standards set up by the US Fish and Wildlife Service. Now Judge Donald W. Molloy of the Montana District Court has ruled that the gray wolves in Montana and Idaho must be extended the same protected status as those in Wyoming, reasoning that the entire population must have the same standing under federal law. This development means that wolf hunts scheduled for the fall in Montana and Idaho must now be called off. Originally aired 8/6/2010.