From The Daily News in Iron Mountain, Michigan:

SUPERIOR, Wis. — As emotions run high around wolf management in Wisconsin, members of the state’s wolf harvest advisory committee failed to reach a consensus last week over a recommended harvest level for the fall’s hunt.

The committee is made up of various interests representing state wildlife managers, tribes, agriculture, hunting and environmental groups, among others. Department of Natural Resources Deputy Secretary Todd Ambs said the committee’s input would serve as a starting point for the agency to come up with a proposed harvest target.

Click here for the full story.