PAG Report 4 | Published February 1991 | The report did not focus on whether wolf recovery should proceed, but instead on three recovery strategies and their likely impacts on other land use activities (grazing, hunting, etc.) in and around potential wolf recovery areas in central Idaho. Alternatives are: (1) natural dispersal, (2) reintroduction, and (3) federal legislative action. Arguments for and against each strategy were presented in concise tables indicating potential impacts. The report was used to develop the Environmental Impact Statement released in 1994.