How Wisconsin’s Wolf Hunt Quotas May Prompt Federal Review

From PBS Wisconsin:

Following decades of steady growth, Wisconsin’s gray wolf population faces an unclear future after losing federal protections under the Endangered Species Act.

These uncertainties are in part because — unlike in neighboring Michigan and Minnesota — state law mandates that whenever the animal does not appear on a federal or Wisconsin list of endangered species, the state must hold an annual wolf hunt.

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