As pet attacks rise, wolf hunt push lives on in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

From Bridge Michigan:

LANSING — The state’s Natural Resources Commission wants to know more before deciding whether to allow the hunting of wolves – if Michigan’s largest predator is taken off the federal endangered species list.

Although protected nationally, the state’s wolf population has stayed stable for the past 12 years. The number ranges between 600 and 700 each year in the Upper Peninsula. Nationally there are about 16,000 wolves.


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