Minnesota’s wolf population surges, according to new survey

From the Star Tribune in Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota:

The number of wolves in the wild in Minnesota appears to have risen sharply, according to details from an annual state survey released Monday.

After remaining stable during the past four years, the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) survey for 2016-17 found there were roughly 500 wolf packs and 2,856 wolves.

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