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  • noun a string of flags (usually red) used to demarcate boundaries that contain wildlife such as wolves


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  • Four producers, USFS, USDA Wildlife Services, IDFG, Blaine County Commission, and Defenders of Wildlife experimented with the use of paid non-lethal personnel (funded by Defenders) who used fladry and penning for sheep at night, and attempted to scare wolves away from sheep during the night.

    Ralph Maughan's Wildlife News 2008


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