This year, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service plans to officially remove the northern Rockies gray wolf from the federal Endangered Species List. The agency will hand over management of the wolves to states in the region. The states will allow hunters and ranchers to kill wolves during specific seasons, or even year-round. Kinna Ohman reports some conservationists think hunting could disrupt the way a wolf pack works, and even lead members to seek out easier prey such as livestock.