From The New Republic:
Wisconsin is the only state that a wolf hunt when regulations allow. This past February, following the federal delisting, the state issued 2,380 permits and a quota of 119 kills. At the peak of the gray wolf’s breeding season, hunters fanned out through the forests and trappers teams of GPS-tracked hunting dogs. In just 63 hours, they took down 218 wolves—80 percent more than the target. and the blow to the population’s will make it more difficult for them to rebound. Yet Wisconsin is already planning for a this fall.