https://wolf.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/IWC_logo_white2a-300x127.png 0 0 Chad Richardson https://wolf.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/IWC_logo_white2a-300x127.png Chad Richardson2019-03-28 14:06:102019-03-28 14:06:10Isle Royale’s new black wolf moves away from others, GPS tracker shows why
Isle Royale’s new black wolf moves away from others, GPS tracker shows why
ISLE ROYALE, MI – Early reports show Isle Royale’s new wolves are settling in well. The remote island and national park in Lake Superior saw its longtime wolf population of two rise to 15 over the past several months, the result of an effort to bring in more wolves from Canada and Minnesota.
The latest batch of seven wolves arrived last weekend. One black wolf was net-trapped on mainland Ontario, and the remaining six were caught on Canada’s Michipicoten Island Provincial Park, where they had been facing starvation.