KALISPELL, Mont. -

Idaho wildlife officials say thirty-seven wolves have been killed since wolf hunting season started there, but they say one wolf might not have been part of the hunt.

Pictures sent in to NBC Montana show a woman posing next to an adult wolf carcass.

The viewer claims the woman was bow-hunting in Northern Idaho when the wolf saw her and charged. She reportedly dropped her bow and shot the wolf in the head with a 44-Magnum.

Idaho Fish and Game officials confirmed that a wolf was shot and killed in Northern Idaho by a woman bow-hunting for elk. Officials say the woman was also carrying a wolf tag, and that she was in full compliance with hunting regulations.

***Correction*** NBC Montana originally reported that only six wolves have been killed in the wolf hunt, and the woman who reportedly killed the charging wolf did not have a wolf tag.