Lack of population goal, fear of future hunts highlight wolf plan listening session

From the Wisconsin Examiner:

At a listening session over the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resource’s (DNR) proposed new wolf management plan, members of the state’s Native American tribes and agricultural groups expressed doubts about proposed wolf hunts and the lack of a stated population goal.

The plan, which was unveiled last year, does away with a specific population goal for different regions of the state and instead moves to a so-called adaptive management system in which scientists assess whether the population in that zone needs to be increased, decreased or maintained.

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