Helicopters causing stress to wolves on Lakota Wolf preserve in Warren County

The owners of a New Jersey wolf preserve

The owners of a New Jersey wolf preserve say helicopters buzzing overhead are stressing out the animals and causing troublesome behavior. (June 5, 2014 10:37 PM)

The owners of a New Jersey wolf preserve say helicopters buzzing overhead are stressing out the animals and causing troublesome behavior.

Under peaceful circumstances, the wolves of Lakota Wolf preserve are free to howl and roam but owner James Stein says they are reacting very differently to helicopters flying overhead. "It was hovering there and the animals were very stressed out," he says.

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