The annual wolf hunt is on in Montana at the edge of Yellowstone National Park.

And the Julie Henry of the Yellowstone Wolf Patrol is there.

Henry feels that the wolves are not a real threat to farmers and ranchers. But Al Nash of Yellowstone National Park says, it's a tough balance to maintain.

He says he understands the concerns of farmers and ranchers when the wolves wander outside the park.

Henry says they will document the hunt and use the film to lobby for an end to wolf hunting.

But Julie Henry and her colleagues from the Yellowstone Wolf Patrol will follow the hunters and film the whole event this year.

She says, the threat to agriculture is overstated, and wolf tourism could make up for the money the hunt brings in.

Henry says they will do their best to stop this annual ritual.